The Westchester County Association’s first Health Tech conference in 2014 was a game-changer. For the first time, key players in health tech, biotech, med tech, venture capital, real estate, and healthcare were in the same room. The result? Westchester County is now one of the nation’s leading hubs of healthcare, health tech, and biotech innovation.
In 2011, a desperate middle-aged Bosnian man, homebound and unable to work because of the debilitating pain caused by rheumatoid arthritis, participated in a clinical trial in Europe where an implant stimulated his nervous system to reduce the “Inflammatory Reflex” — the physiological response that causes inflammation and excruciating pain from rheumatoid arthritis. Within weeks – a miracle, or so it seemed—he was able to play with his kids and even hit some balls on the tennis court.
If you think building firewalls is enough to protect business data, financial information, and intellectual property from cyber attacks, think again. The fact is, cyber attacks are more sophisticated and more frequent than ever. Cyber-goons want access to your data, financial information, research, business plans, and more, and they’re becoming more and more proficient at it. So, now more than ever, it is vital to find out how to protect yourself and your business. To update you on the latest methods used by cyber thugs, and to help you mitigate your...
Over 150 WCA members and friends turned out for the Westchester County Association's Quarterly Networking Reception and a powerful night of networking. Held at the Whitby Castle at Rye Golf Club, the event venue was sponsored by Manhattanville College. The NYS Society of CPAs - Westchester Chapter, Westchester County Bar Association, and Westchester Women's Bar Association served as promotional sponsors.
Marissa Brett, president of the Westchester County Association, was honored as a New York Business Journal “Woman of Influence” at a luncheon Thursday afternoon in Manhattan. The Journal identified women in the Greater New York City area who have both a successful business career, as well as a strong track record of paying it forward to use their success to help other women. Brett was one of 78 women in the Greater New York City area honored by the New York Business Journal's Women of Influence program, which is part of a national effort by American City Business Journals to identify and celebrate women business leaders and to foster business environments that will create even more successful women in the future.
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