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As the country and the Hudson Valley region begin to recover from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, it’s an interesting time for the...
“If government makes a significant investment in a project, one of the things we expect is that the workers employed as part of that project are paid a wage that allows them to live as part of the community," said Assemblyman David Buchwald.
The statement was in response to the Westchester County Association's announced merger plans with the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corp.
HVEDC President and CEO Michael Oates said his organization views the Westchester County Association as a name known statewide, capable of strengthening the HVEDC regional efforts.
Mike Oates, president and CEO of the HVEDC, said the nonprofit will "utilize research provided by Pattern for Progress to assist in the attraction, retention and expansion of businesses into the Hudson Valley.”
There are 65 licensed craft breweries in the Mid-Hudson Valley, according to state data released June 14, leading all of New York state.
As the Hudson Valley’s economy continues to expand, companies are increasingly finding themselves jockeying for space in the area’s commercial real estate market.
This year also marks our fifth annual Hudson Valley Beer, Wine, Spirits & Cider Summit. The event, coming up on Oct. 12, features a full schedule of educational panels and networking opportunities for craft beverage entrepreneurs.
A roundtable discussion hosted by the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corp. at Marist College on March 24 addressed just how both care providers and educators can keep pace with a shifting field.
The event will feature a panel of legal experts discussing corporate set-up, franchise opportunities, restaurants in hotels and advanced marketing.
The event will feature a panel of leaders and experts from regional colleges and universities, health care organizations, home health care agencies and related industries.
Bottoms up! Changes to the state’s alcohol law passed earlier this month will allow restaurants to serve alcohol earlier on Sundays. The so-called “Brunch Bill” will allow restaurants that...