The following links and resources are provided for Buffalo Niagara businesses to stay informed of, and prepare for, the spread of Covid-19 – aka the Coronavirus.
AP Professionals of WNY is a full service staffing agency specializing in industries such as: accounting, finance, human resources, engineering, IT, legal and manufacturing. They pride themselves on building “relationships that last a lifetime” with their clients and candidates. In our latest Member Spotlight, we caught up with President, Kelly Cultrara for a brief Q&A.
Regional employers are optimistic about the local business climate, but unconvinced that New York State is becoming more business friendly. This dichotomy is just one of the top line results of the Buffalo Niagara Partnership’s annual advocacy survey.
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership’s five Economic Councils help sharpen our focus on key industries driving our regional economy and the issues most important to local employers.
Moyla Halimy is our Economic Development & Government Affairs Coordinator and our latest staff spotlight! In her role, she performs a variety of tasks central to effectively executing ongoing work and special projects. She also manages the Partnership’s Business Vitals program (formerly EOP). Learn more about Moyla here and read on for a brief Q&A!
Residence Inn is the pioneer and leader of extended stay hotel brands with over 700 all-suite hotels on 4 continents. In this Member Spotlight, we caught up with Jacquelyn Leppert, who is the Sales Manager at the Residence Inn Buffalo Cheektowaga.
Liz Benkovich is our Vice President of Member Engagement & Development and latest staff spotlight! Her role is to help member companies grow and reach their full potential. Learn more about Liz here and read on for a brief Q&A.
A huge congratulations is in order to our latest staff spotlight, Krystal Testa who was just recently promoted to Senior Manager of Events! Krystal is responsible for the creation, planning, logistics and execution of the Partnership’s 60+ events each year. In addition, she is responsible for writing sponsorships for events, programming and councils. Learn more about Krystal here, or better yet – join the 2,000+ people who follow her on twitter @LovinOnBuffalo.
My 18 year-old-self probably would not recognize my 35 year-old-self – and that is a great thing. My 18 year-old-self had aspirations of leaving Western New York for the greener pastures of New York City, Boston or Washington, D.C. But, if you can push aside your stereotypes and preconceived notions and remain open to discovery, life will take you places you never imagined you would end up.