3rd Annual Hospitality Educational Summit – Best Practice Management Strategies for Hospitality Leadership
The 3rd Annual Hospitality Educational Summit was developed by and for area hospitality business leaders and managers to join with their colleagues to learn about industry trends and engage in discussions about best practices. The program will feature distinguished industry speakers, workshops on trending topics, and networking opportunities with hospitality executives, managers and sponsors.
The 2016 Hospitality Educational Summit will feature a powerful keynote address by Dr. Russell Zwanka, professor at State University of New York at New Paltz, School of Business-Food Marketing, and a presentation of the second annual Hospitality Scholarship Award.
Immediately following the program, attendees will gather for a beer tasting and culinary demonstration featuring Yonkers Brewing Company and the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corporation’s Bet on Your Business Academy.
Cost: $75 per person
Matching New York State Manufacturers to Resources
Open to food and beverage related industry attendees
– Food entreprenuers wanting to launch a food product
– Small food manufacturers/processors who want to grow their businesses
– Small-medium sized manufacturers supplying products to the food industry that have manufacturing or technology needs
– Food scientists, technicians and product developers
Register on FuzeHub.com
Crafting your business success with industry-specific educational and networking opportunities!
Featuring Keynote Speaker Charles Merinoff, principal founder and co-chairman of Breakthru Beverage Group
RSVP at hvbwscsummit2016.eventbrite.com
Sponsored by (as of July 20):
The Culinary Institute of America
Hospitality Resource Group, Inc.
Bellefield at Historic Hyde Park
Judelson, Giordano & Siegel, CPA, PC
Corrigan, Baker & Levine LLC
BreakThru Beverage Group
Orange & Rockland
Pentegra Retirement Services
Pamal Broadcasting Ltd.
Join the largest gathering of executives and senior leaders from New York State’s bioscience and medical technology (Bio/Med) industry for MEDTECH 2016 “Innovation Impact: Keeping New York’s Finger on the Pulse.”
Change remains constant for the bioscience and medical technology (Bio/Med) industry. Stakeholders are consistently making real-time adjustments to established plans to maintain the slightest competitive differentiation. New York companies are at the forefront of innovation in this ever-evolving healthcare system. Topics like the fluctuating international market, user experience and building a multi-generational workforce continue to influence how companies innovate. With the upcoming Presidential election, healthcare again takes center stage. While the outcome of the election remains unknown, New York must continue to keep its finger on the pulse or risk being left behind.
Discover first-hand how to effectively innovate and what the upcoming election means to the Bio/Med industry through:
- thought-provoking keynotes from industry leaders and political analysts;
- interactive panel discussions, including an exclusive Collaboration & Growth Track;
- and opportunities for networking and partnerships featuring a Tech Showcase.
Join the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corp., as we explore the region’s entrepreneurial landscape with a diverse panel of experts – the entrepreneurs themselves. From beers to bytes, and from jeans to genes, meet the future of our economy.
During the 2012 presidential election, political consultants earned over $500 million across the nation advising candidates on everything from media and fundraising to digital outreach and direct mail. In 2016, that number may exceed $1 billion.
Join the HVEDC and the BCW for a rare peek behind the curtain with some of the region’s most powerful pundits and practitioners, as we learn about the fascinating inner workings of political campaigns and what it takes – both time and money – to win.
- Evan Stavisky, Partner, The Parkside Group
- Bill O’Reilly, Partner, The November Team
- Tim Bishop, Former U.S. Congressman and Professor of Civic Engagement and Public Service at St. Joseph’s College
John Ravitz, Executive Vice President, BCW
Larry Gottlieb, President & CEO, HVEDC
Admission is $25