Skip to Content
Author: The BCW

Members Urged to Take 2024 Pace Business Poll

The BCW has announced it is continuing its partnership with Pace University’s Lubin School of Business and the Business Council of New York State in conducting a fourth business poll. This poll will focus on key issues that organizations are facing throughout New York City, Long Island, and Westchester County.

These surveys seek to better understand the downstate economic climate as Westchester County continues to recruit and retain businesses in all sectors. All BCW members are urged to participate in the poll. To take the survey click here Pace Business Poll. The survey takes about ten minutes to complete, and the deadline is Wednesday, May 15..

To view the results of the 2023 poll, click here.

Similar News Items

By John Ravitz, Executive Vice President & COO, Business Council of Westchester The following guest article appeared in the May 12th issue of Mid-Hudson News Climate change is real, and New York should continue to invest in energy efficiency, renewable electric power, and other greenhouse gas emission reduction strategies. These actions can have direct benefits […]

Read Article

The Business Council of Westchester and News12 co-hosted a debate on Monday for one of the nation’s highest-profile congressional races. Rep. Jamaal Bowman and County Executive George Latimer appealed for voters’ support in the race for New York’s hotly contested 16th Congressional District. The one-hour debate in White Plains addressed many issues, including the Middle […]

Read Article

The Business Council of Westchester’s Westchester Innovation Network is helping Richmond Community Services find employees by matching it with an artificial intelligence-powered platform that streamlines foreign worker visa applications. The BCW WIN matched Richmond Community Services with the software platform Immigr8 to speed up the hiring process through the federal H-1B visa program for specialty […]

Read Article

Become A Member

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

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.
Back to top