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The Business Council of Westchester is dedicated to the success of our members, helping them create meaningful business relationships, providing current information, education and thought leadership, all leading to business growth and profitability.

The BCW Data Exchange

The Business Council of Westchester Data Exchange provides the latest demographic research to help guide smart business decisions.

The LEAP Program

A one-of-a-kind initiative, gives members direct access to lobbying efforts at the county, state and national levels on issues that directly affect their businesses.

Build, Connect and Win with The Business Council of Westchester.

The Business Council of Westchester is the county’s largest and most prestigious business membership organization representing more than 1,000 members, including multinational corporations, hospitals, universities, biotech pioneers, not-for-profits, entrepreneurs and companies of all sizes. As the most influential economic development and advocacy organization in Westchester, The Business Council of Westchester’s members enjoy unparalleled access to today’s top thought leaders, diverse business development opportunities and lawmakers at all levels of government. We are dedicated to smart growth, job development, community partnerships, and economic advocacy, creating an environment which leads to prosperity and economic opportunity for all.

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Join the county’s largest and most influential business organization today.


The county’s largest and most influential business membership organization, The Business Council of Westchester is committed to helping businesses market, learn, advocate, and grow. Over 80 events and programs are offered every year, giving our members ample opportunity to connect and meet with businesses representatives in the Westchester community and beyond. Are you ready to grow your business, participate in advocacy efforts and get “plugging in” to Westchester’s business community?

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Westchester Innovation Network

WIN is a proven, multifaceted program from the Business Council of Westchester designed to create an environment within Westchester County, NY that pairs innovative products and services with local organizations to test and learn about emerging technologies in a variety of industries.
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Get Inspired by our Westchester Innovation Network (WIN) Initiative

The WIN initiative aligns with the BCW’s advocacy, including universal access to broadband internet, energy reliability, and the creative overhaul of obsolete land uses.

Strengthen the Innovator’s Ecosystem

The first phase of the initiative includes the pairing of Westchester based and outside innovators with local organizations to create short term innovation teams. This partnership allows the innovator to test commercially viable innovations in real-world settings and allows Westchester organizations to see first-hand the types of innovation emerging in their industries.

Practical Innovation

This phase identifies a model municipality and pairs it with a group of innovation experts to outline a 10-part practical innovation implementation plan. The goal is to help the municipality pinpoint day-to-day changes that are needed and provide an easily implemented action plan that will deliver economic activity, cost savings, and improvement to the lives of its residents.

Planning Futurist and Implementation Guide

This phase is focused on developing a plan for what is needed to attract and retain innovators over the next five, 15 and 25 years. This will include practical, hit-the-ground-running actions needed in zoning, financing, planning, and infrastructure.


The Business Council of Westchester (BCW) is the county’s largest and most prestigious business membership organization representing more than 1,000 members – companies of all sizes from the solo entrepreneur to Fortune 500 global powerhouses.
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Access the Talent Pipeline

You deserve to work for a great company…and our companies are legendary, so thank you for taking this next step with the BCW and welcome to Westchester County!

From accounting to the trades – and every industry in between – Westchester firms are seeking skilled people like YOU.
Westchester Wants You!

Member News

Creating a Memorable Brand Image through Corporate Gifting with The Tea Experience

  • Corporate Gifting with The Tea Experience can create a memorable brand image by choosing unique and personalized gifts for your clients, partners, and employees, who can help to […]
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11/02/23 – Westchester Residential Opportunities 55th Anniversary Gala

REGISTER HERE To Purchase Tables/Tickets Online!
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PCSB Bank Voted “Best Business Banking” in Westchester County

PCSB Bank announced that it has been voted a Readers’ Choice Winner of 914INC.’s 5th annual Best of Business Awards for “Best Business Banking.” The Best of Business Awards recognizes […]
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Join Volunteer New York! in Serving Your Community in Memory of 9/11

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN Join us for our 13th annual “9/11: Serve and Remember” community-wide day of service. This event is set to occur from Friday, September 8th, through Monday, September […]
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In the News

August 24, 2023

Robison B20 BioFuel Program to Save Money and Environment  

As the home heating season begins, BCW Member Robison is offering its customers a new, cleaner form of heating oil that will help the environment and save them money. “Robison […]
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August 24, 2023

Thank You Ivette Molina for All You’ve Done for BCW

Today is Ivette Molina’s last day after five years with the BCW. As our Director of Business Management and Operations, she oversaw our human resources department and worked in every […]
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August 24, 2023

Mercy Is Heading into a New Academic Year with New Name and New President

In what is a landmark moment in Mercy College’s nearly 75-year existence, this week Mercy announced a name change to Mercy University. The change in status, which was approved by […]
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