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As Westchester’s health tech and biotech hub continues to grow, the Westchester County Association is turning its focus on making sure it has the educated workforce high tech, scientific industries require. To that end, Marissa Brett, president of the Westchester County Association, announced today that the WCA has begun a feasibility study to determine the viability of attracting an engineering school to the County.
The word is out to site selectors across the nation: Westchester County is a hot new hub that is supporting the changing needs of the healthcare sector! In its latest issue, Business XPansion Journal points to Westchester’s success in providing the right environment for medical and life science companies.
In a rousing keynote address, John Bassett III, the chairman of Vaughan-Bassett Furniture, thrilled the audience of 700 of Westchester's most influential business leaders at the WCA's annual Fall Leadership Dinner. Bassett described how he outfoxed Chinese manufacturers and broke through Washington gridlock to save his factory and the jobs of 700 Vaughan-Bassett employees...
Women are half the population, but only hold a small fraction of the top jobs in tech and science. In Westchester County, it's different. The glass ceiling has been shattered and science and technology has been advanced significantly by this year's honorees at the Westchester County Association's first-ever "Women in Tech" Awards Luncheon, hosted by Manoush Zomorodi, host of "New Tech City" on 93.9 WNYC New York Public Radio.