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Business leaders’ insights to be unveiled Feb. 13 at Hudson Valley Economic Development Corp. CEO Survey Breakfast, sponsored by UHY

Business leaders’ insights to be unveiled Feb. 13 at Hudson Valley Economic Development Corp. CEO Survey Breakfast, sponsored by UHY

PUCKHKEEPSIE At the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corp.’s second annual CEO Survey Breakfast, sponsored by UHY, on Tuesday, February 13, 2024, in-depth economic trends and projections for the Hudson Valley and New York State will be presented. These forecasts are based on the observations of over 500 upstate company executives.

The only Hudson Valley presentation of the 17th Annual Upstate New York Business Leader Survey is the CEO Survey event, which is free to attend. The HVEDC, a well-known professional services company, and the Siena College Research Institute (SCRI) collaborated to conduct the poll.

The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum grounds, located at 114 Estates Lane, off Route 9, in Hyde Park, New York, are home to the Henry A. Wallace Visitor and Education Center, where the event will take place.

Dr. Don Levy, the director of the Research Institute, will analyze the business environment in the Hudson Valley and throughout New York, as well as the key factors affecting businesses’ capacity to compete in the modern economy.

Dr. Levy stated that SCRI has been interviewing CEOs in Upstate New York since 2007. These interviews have allowed the CEOs to offer their perspectives on the state of the economy, their precise predictions for the upcoming year, as well as the possibilities and problems they face. This year, Siena conducted interviews with executives from every industrial area. On February 13, we will share their perspectives, hiring intentions, and top assets and liabilities that they believe impact businesses in New York.

For the past 17 years, the Upstate Business Leader Survey has offered unmatched insight into the upcoming business year. The poll also offers you an inside look at the perspectives of those in charge of New York’s businesses, elucidating their perspectives on a range of topics like the workforce’s preparedness for the workforce, the role played by the state government in fostering their success, and the pace at which disruptive technologies are being implemented. According to Dr. Levy, the study is vital as it offers a comprehensive guide for conducting business in Upstate New York.

According to A. Michael Bucci, Hudson Valley Managing Partner of UHY, “trusted, in-depth data and analysis provide essential fuel for business innovation and success,” and the Siena Business Leader Survey is highly respected. UHY is pleased to be a co-sponsor of this chance for CEOs to get insightful, useful information that might spur ongoing change.

Michael Oates, President and CEO of HVEDC, stated, “attendees will gain valuable knowledge about current and insightful economic trends and be prepared to anticipate future developments.” The HVEDC uses the data from the Siena Business Leader Survey to evaluate or find opportunities in critical areas like housing and the workforce. It is an invaluable source of information on many fronts.

Breakfast and registration kick off the program at eight in the morning. After that, Oates will provide an introduction, and then Dr. Levy will speak. Bucci moderates a panel discussion that follows. In addition to Oates, the panelists are:

  • Anthony Gioffre, Managing Partner, the law firm of Cuddy & Feder.
  • Frank Filiciotto, Professional Engineer, Creighton Manning, a multidisciplinary design firm with expertise in civil engineering, surveying and construction inspection.
  • Meg Glander, External Affairs East Area, Crown Castle, which specializes in communications infrastructure.
  • Patrick Paul, CEO, the Anderson Center for Autism.
  • Tamika Dunkley, CEO, Seasoned Delicious Foods, a food product manufacturer.
  • Thomas Mulroy, Chairman and CEO, T-Rex Capital Group, LLC, the developer of Bellefield at Historic Hyde Park.
  • Ron Hicks, Assistant Dutchess County Executive.

At ten in the morning, the program ends with a Q&A period with the audience.

There is a cap on the number of seats, so register in advance at https://go.uhy-us.com/2024-Siena.

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