January 20, 2010, Buffalo, N.Y- The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra along with the Buffalo Niagara Partnership’s young professional’s program, Buffalo Niagara 360 present a classically informal concert experience: BPO INFORMance, led by Joseph Young, League of American Orchestras Conducting Fellow on Thursday, February 11, 2010 from 5:30-7:30 pm in the Mary Seaton Room at Kleinhans Music Hall. Tickets for this event are only $10 in advance and $15 day of event.
“In our initial assessment of the governor’s 2010-11 budget proposal we are heartened by his attempt to control overall spending. However, given the state’s current and growing budget deficit, we’d much prefer to see the price tag for running New York State government go down. Anything but a reduction is too much.
Disappointed and discouraged by a year of missed opportunities and damaging mistakes by our New York state government, Unshackle Upstate, a bi-partisan coalition co-founded by the Buffalo Niagara Partnership, is stepping up its advocacy with a new and aggressive social media campaign.
(BUFFALO, NY) — At its annual meeting June 1, the Buffalo Niagara Partnership announced the organization’s newly elected board members. They are:
(BUFFALO, NY) – On May 6th at the SBA Small Business Week Awards Luncheon held downtown, the Buffalo Niagara Partnership presented local healthcare benefits company Liazon with the Small Business of the Year award. Since 1963, the President has proclaimed a National Small Business Week to recognize the contributions of small businesses to the economic well-being of the country. The local awards ceremony honored the area’s top small business owners and advocates of the year for 2009.
(BUFFALO, NY) — The Buffalo Niagara Partnership joined with its Unshackle Upstate partners statewide today to call for the state legislature to reject the proposed state budget, saying its outrageous spending increase and new taxes will seriously damage the already suffering state economy.
(BUFFALO, NY) – As the debate over federal stimulus proposals continues, representatives from the Buffalo Niagara Partnership are in Washington, DC this week to advocate for a plan to create jobs and spur economic revitalization in the Great Lakes region.
When: Tuesday October 28, 2008