“Hello young professionals! I could not be more excited to be managing the BN360 program during this time of transition and growth for so many young professionals here in Buffalo Niagara.”
“People are creatures of habit, right?” said Dottie Gallagher, president and CEO of the Buffalo Niagara Partnership. “So I think it’s fair to assume that at the point at which the border is opening and there is a Bills or Sabres game, Canadians are going to come over.
In total, the controversial Payroll Protection Program helped save 246,619 jobs in Western New York, according to data released by the U.S. Small Business Administration.
BUFFALO, N.Y– The Buffalo Niagara Partnership, the area’s regional chamber of commerce, announces that seven new members have joined its Board of Directors, with terms effective immediately. The new Board members are:
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership — the regional chamber of commerce — sent a survey to over 12,000 local private and public-sector businesses to assess how workplaces across the region are fostering diversity and inclusion.
Where do Western New York’s workplaces stand with diversity and inclusion, and how can businesses improve?
Western New York’s public and private sectors are teaming up to assess if and how Buffalo Niagara employers are fostering diversity and inclusion in the workplace. The survey comes at a critical time for both Buffalo Niagara and the country given the ongoing discussions about inequities that exist in our society.
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership has put together a business reopening guide to help regional employers navigate the process.
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership today released Keep Buffalo Niagara Working – a detailed resource that provides regional employers with key COVID-19 pandemic information including: