If you are a business owner, perhaps the most significant financial event of your life will be the time you decide to leave the company in someone else’s hands. So, what’s the plan?
Power Up 2019 brings professional women in Buffalo Niagara together for an afternoon of inspiring, connecting, and celebrating. Don’t miss the energy of this one-of-a-kind event on Wednesday, April 10 as the Buffalo Niagara Partnership presents keynote speaker JoAnn Falletta, conductor of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, who will speak on the Culture of Leadership: Celebrating 20 years with the BPO.
On the morning of the second event in the Buffalo Niagara Partnership’s speaker series on the opioid epidemic, there was good news on the front page of the Buffalo News: In 2018, overdose deaths due to opioid use had fallen to a four-year low in Erie County.
Many of us know someone who has been touched by the opioid epidemic in our community, from friends and family members to neighbors and co-workers.
You never know who you’ll meet at the Partnership’s 2018 HobNob
A piece of Buffalo’s history was on full display for HobNob – the Buffalo Niagara Partnership’s biggest business party of the year. A sold-out crowd of over 400 people packed two-floors of the former Buffalo Psychiatric Facility now transformed into an Urban Resort and Conference Center dubbed Hotel Henry. Partnership members from across Western New York and Southern Ontario joined in on the party rejuvenating old and establishing new business connections. HobNob was also the first Partnership event since our strategic membership agreement with the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce. Wednesday’s event allowed our new associate members an opportunity to interact with current Partnership members.
Our latest Speaker Series event, attended by over 150 businesses, focused on the importance of Content Marketing and why it should be a strategic priority for all businesses.
At the event, we heard that every good content marketing piece should have at least one call to action, this blog has three:
The numbers don’t lie, confidence among Buffalo business leaders is up significantly compared to where it was ten years ago. Roughly 100 Partnership members listened to Dr. Don Levy reveal the results of the Business Leaders survey conducted by the Siena College Research Institute. They later heard from Buford Sears, KeyBank President WNY Market and Art Wingerter, President of Univera Healthcare.
Unleashing the Power of the Mega-Region can change your perspective.
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership is pleased to introduce the finalists who have been selected for the 2016 ATHENA® Awards. The awards are dedicated to promoting and honoring the valuable contributions being made to advance the status of women in the Buffalo Niagara region. The awards are given to individuals demonstrating support for the goals of women professionals, and providing significant and selfless assistance on their behalf.