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  • Westchester: County of Tomorrow Conference

    • Apr 29, 2016, 7:30 am - 1:00 pm
    • Renaissance Westchester Hotel
    • 80 West Red Oak Lane
    • West Harrison , New York 10604
  • Online Registration is now closed, walk-ins are welcome.

    CLICK HERE FOR CONFERENCE AGENDA

    Hear from America’s top innovation hubs that are driving the New Economy forward – and what this means for Westchester.

    Presentations, Panels, Networking

    • Public Private Partnerships
    • Infrastructure
    • Transit-Oriented Development
    • Innovation Eco-Systems

    Nationally Renowned Speakers

    Silicon Valley: Jerry Sanders, CEO, SkyTran, a revolutionary, high-speed, elevated, energy-efficient Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) system

    New York City:
    Seth Pinsky, former president of the NYC Economic Development Corporation, Michael Bloomberg administration

    Raleigh: Jason Widen, co-founder of Innovate Raleigh, founder of HQ Raleigh

    Austin: Susan Dawson: E3 Alliance, tech entrepreneur, former head of Austin, TX Chamber of Commerce

    Chattanooga: Mayor Andy Berke, overseeing the city’s smart-grid Internet and an economy that has been revolutionized

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  • Why Westchester Cities Now See Rapid Growth

  • JAN 29, 2016 | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, REAL ESTATE, TRANSPORTATION, YOUNG PROFESSIONALS | 0 COMMENTS

  • Westchester's Work.Live.Play Lifestyle Factors In

    As the healthcare, biotech, and financial industries continue to expand in Westchester, the county’s cities have seen a sharp increase in population since 2000, according to data presented by Sterling National Bank at the WCA’s 2016 Economic Outlook Breakfast in early January. The overall growth of the county’s urban sectors is up 7%, with New Rochelle and White Plains showing the fastest growth of all. In White Plains, 47% of its working population arrives via reverse commute. Even millennials are starting to put Westchester in play.

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  • New BioScience & Technology Center to Rise in Westchester County

  • JAN 08, 2016 | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | 0 COMMENTS

  • County Executive Rob Astorino’s Announcement Reflects WCA Economic Development Agenda

    Westchester County may soon be home to a new $1.2 billion biotech research, medical, and office development with retail space, a 100-room hotel, and eventually, a children’s living center, according to County Executive Robert Astorino, who unveiled the plans at the WCA’s Economic Forecast Breakfast on January 7. The Westchester BioScience & Technology Center would be developed on 80 acres in Valhalla, with private sector developer Fareri Associates. 

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