Health Tech '17
Innovation in Research
Fall Leadership Dinner
Holiday Networking Party
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.
Business leaders today need to know how to harness data in order to gain insights about their business, engage their customers, and make better decisions for the future. The Westchester County Association will present a Twitter Chat Nov. 18, led by John Lucker, Deloitte’s Global Advanced Analytics & Modeling Market Leader, designed to give businesses in Westchester and beyond a leg up on how to best use data to inform a company’s next steps and strategic plans...
For businesses looking to start or grow in Westchester, access to a highly educated workforce with diverse skill sets is critical. Providing that access is exactly what the Westchester County Association had in mind three years ago when the organization signed a historic agreement with the county’s 15 colleges and universities that launched Recruit Westchester, the WCA’s annual collaborative job and internship fair. Since its inception in 2012, almost 5,000 job seekers have connected with nearly 200 local employers at the fair, designed to streamline the job application process and retain talent in Westchester...
All eyes are on Westchester County as a place for international companies to start and grow business, which is why 40 foreign trade commissioners gathered at the WCA’s International Showcase, held at Morgan Stanley, to find out about the county’s excellent opportunities for foreign investment and partnership. The showcase was organized by the WCA’s BLUEPRINT for Westchester, an aggressive campaign driven by the private sector to spur economic vitality in Westchester.
“This is a tremendously exciting proposal not only for New Rochelle, but for Westchester County, where we have never before seen a project of this magnitude. RDRXR has put forth a visionary proposal that incorporates housing, retail, commercial, office and hotel space, and is centered around pedestrian-friendly areas and access to great transportation—the kind of development long-supported by the BLUEPRINT for Westchester, the WCA’s aggressive campaign to spur economic vitality in the county.