BUFFALO, N.Y. – The Buffalo Niagara Partnership today unveiled a report examining the current state of the housing market in downtown Buffalo. Downtown Buffalo: Looking Ahead with a Clearer View aims to stimulate important conversation and drive effective strategy to keep Buffalo growing.
Because of a foolish policy adopted by the IDA, companies that have accepted its incentives are being forced to open their books to outside auditors to prove they are paying men and women equally.
BUFFALO, N.Y– The Buffalo Niagara Partnership announces that finalists have been selected for the 2018 ATHENA Awards®. The recipients will be named at an awards ceremony luncheon, attended by over 500 people, on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center.
“As New York State enters this budget cycle with a $4.4 billion deficit, the Governor and State Legislature must ensure this gap is not closed on the backs of New York’s employers and job creators.
OneJet will begin non-stop flights to Albany from the Buffalo Niagara International Airport on February 1, 2018. OneJet CEO, Matt Maguire, said during an introductory press conference Monday “the business community has been very responsive” with the efforts to bring round-trip service from Buffalo to the state capital.
A consultant hired by Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown released his recommendations for ‘inclusionary zoning’ in Buffalo and says the city should consider a voluntary and subsidized package to offer developers.
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.
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership is releasing the findings of their yearly member and advocacy survey. We’ve compiled the survey results into a Member Pulse Report. The results show employers are optimistic about Buffalo’s economy, but not positive on New York State’s economy.
Ryan Whalen, Capital Tonight reporter for Spectrum News, talked with Buffalo Niagara Partnership President and CEO, Dottie Gallagher-Cohen, about the findings in this year’s member and advocacy survey. The results showed that many Western New York employers are optimistic about Buffalo’s economy, but not so positive on New York State’s.