The Buffalo Niagara Partnership recently unveiled its 2018 Advocacy Agenda to a capacity crowd of members and elected officials in downtown Buffalo.
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership’s annual advocacy and membership survey showed that Western New York employers are seeking a more diverse workplace. Dottie Gallagher-Cohen, President and CEO of the Buffalo Niagara Partnership, said last year was the first time employers pointed to achieving a more diverse workforce as one of their top priorities.
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.
Urban revitalization in Western New York isn’t exclusive to the City of Buffalo. Throughout the region, smaller cities and villages are reinvesting in their urban cores, establishing live, work and play environments. These efforts are capitalizing upon uniquely historic building stocks and an inherent character that can’t be authentically recreated in new, built-from-scratch communities.
On June 1st, the Buffalo Niagara Partnership is hosting an Export Resources Forum, where companies can learn how to use local resources to cost-effectively export their goods.
Expert Forum written by: John F. Doster, AIA NCARB DBIA, Managing Principal at Architectural Resources
What’s the best way to celebrate Manufacturing Month in October? With a kickoff celebration featuring two industry experts.
We invite you to join us and our manufacturing members at 9 a.m. on October 6 at Shea’s Smith Theatre to weigh in on our expanded council’s agenda for the year and learn about key industry issues.
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership is a member-driven organization.
Everyone at the Partnership, especially the member engagement team, works to provide the right connections, resources and solutions to help our member businesses thrive and grow in Western New York.