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Entrepreneurial fair declared a winner

Businesses from White Plains to Albany came to the Poughkeepsie Civic Center earlier this month for the Gateway to Entrepreneurial Tomorrow’s (GET) first business expo.

Panelists cite opportunities for entrepreneurial women

How do women approach business differently from men?

We (heart) Westchester

Bigger isn’t always better, especially when it comes to the size of the companies that are reporting growth.

Rockland Business Association honors county businesses

The Rockland Business Association (RBA) honored county businesses that have reached the “pinnacle” at an awards dinner at the Park Ridge Marriott in Park Ridge, N.J., on April 18 with 200 members and supporters attending.

Ulster gets new development chief

Ulster County Economic Development Corp.’s new president and chief executive officer comes from the Green Mountains of Vermont.

Two days of making deals, Realtor-style

A two-day marketing and education session hosted by the Hudson Valley/Greater Capitol chapters of NYSCAR (New York State Commercial Association of Realtors) proved that Realtors aren’t all out to get each other.

Tech chief pushes International Landing Zone initiative

Les Neumann believes the area between Manhattan and Albany, better known as the Hudson River Valley, can and should be the most prime real estate in the entire world.

Panel weighs in on economic, labor outlook for new administration

Calling the state’s current economic climate a “perfect storm of unaffordability,” Empire State Development Corp.’s new co-chairmen Patrick Foye and Dan Gunderson outlined several ideas to create a friendlier business environment in New York.

Fed has funding available for startups, other ventures

It’s no secret that entrepreneurial ventures are the breeding ground for new technologies and products that have transformed modern life.

Cold Spring chamber looks to new direction

The Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce is getting a little too successful for its nine-member volunteer board to handle.