SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY – Saratoga Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) President Dennis Brobston will leave the non-profit company at the end of the year, ending an almost 15-year tenure that brought transformative projects to both Saratoga County and the Capital Region. Brobston will take some time off early in 2023 to consider his next endeavor. Brobston’s decision was announced today by SEDC Board of Director Chairperson John E. Munter, Jr., who lauded the impact of Brobston and his team.
SARATOGA COUNTY – The Capital Region Chamber is launching an initiative to provide no-cost business growth services to Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC)-owned enterprises and to support the implementation of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) practices in the greater business community.
Hundreds of Pioneer employees support massive volunteer effort, fanning out across the Capital Region to “inspire progress one individual, one family, one business, and one community at a time”.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY—Peregrine Market Access, a leading consulting, communications, and commercialization partner for the life sciences industry, has earned its place as No. 710 on the prestigious Inc. 5000 list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies with 3-year growth of 886%. The list is released each year by the business magazine Inc. to recognize exceptional growth at successful independent businesses. Peregrine Market Access made its debut on the Inc. 5000 in 2021 when it ranked No. 589.
The Capital Region Chamber will announce the launch of a new initiative that will provide no-cost business growth services to Capital Region Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC)-owned enterprises in addition to helping the greater business community implement diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) practices on Thursday, August 18 at 10 a.m.
SCHROON LAKE — Julie & Co. Realty LLC has announced the opening of their newest office on Main Street in Schroon Lake.
SARATOGA COUNTY – Saratoga County’s first responders are getting a major boost in their wireless communications thanks to FirstNet® network expansion currently underway by AT&T. A new, purpose-built cell site has been added in the Town of Charlton, which serves the Town and Hamlet of Charlton, and the intersection of State Routes 51 and 52, including the Charlton Town Hall and Water District Offices. It also serves the Sacandaga Road (State Route 147) corridor in Glenville just across the Schenectady County border. This new site is giving first responders on FirstNet – America’s public safety network – access to always-on, 24-hours-a-day priority and preemption across voice and data.
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Kersia announces the signing of an exclusive agreement for acquiring a majority stake in AgroChem to pursue development in the US
On Saturday, June 19th Minich Macgregor Wealth Management and The Wilton Rotary Club came together to support the 16th annual Wilton Rotary Golf Tournament at Airway Meadows Golf Club.
Firm to double in size, plan to revolutionize what customer service means.
The Veterans Business Council of the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce to Hold First Annual Comedy Night to Support the Local Veteran Community on March 25th
Saratoga Springs, NY – The Veterans Business Council of the Saratoga County Chamber is proud to host a virtual evening of comedy with top comedians Chris Monty “What’s the Worst that Can Happen” and Chris Roach of “Kevin Can Wait” to benefit local veterans.
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Malta Works $20.21 Campaign Kicks Off March 1
Malta Works $20.21 aims to support Malta small businesses with six weeks of targeted promotions and giveaways.
Malta, NY – The Saratoga County Prosperity Partnership, a Saratoga County-based economic development organization, today unveiled the MaltaWorks $20.21 Campaign in partnership with the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce and the Town of Malta Economic Development Committee. Thanks to a grant awarded to the Saratoga County Prosperity Partnership by the Globalfoundries and Town of Malta Foundation, small businesses will be getting an added boost between March 1 and May 2, and consumers that spend at least $20.21 can enter to win weekly gift certificate giveaways and a $500 grand prize.
This newly launched MaltaWorks $20.21 promotion will help drive traffic to small businesses in the Town of Malta that have been fighting to keep their operations open after battling the economic impacts of COVID-19 for the past year.
“This grant offered us the perfect opportunity to join forces with the Town of Malta Economic Development Committee and Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce to accelerate efforts to save our local small businesses, especially locally owned restaurants and retailers that have experienced the worst impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.” said Shelby Schneider, President and CEO of the Saratoga County Prosperity Partnership. “Small businesses are the backbone of our communities. They create jobs, help boost the economy, and enhance community character in many ways. I look forward to supporting this campaign and highlighting all that Malta has to offer.”
“We are excited to launch this MaltaWorks $20.21 promotion and to do our part to help the small and independent small businesses that have been challenged by COVID-19 mandated shutdowns and occupancy restrictions. This is eEspecially important for our local Mom and Pop shops” said Town of Malta Eeconomic Ddevelopment Ccommittee chairman and Malta Town Councilman, Tim Dunn. “The GlobalFfoundries-Town of Malta Foundation should be commended for their efforts to support the small business community and I’m grateful that the Saratoga Partnership and Saratoga Chamber are committing to these efforts. We are all stronger together.”
“MaltaWorks $20.21 is a great enhancement to our ongoing #SaveOurLocals campaign and recently launched MaltaWorks website, which aims to support local businesses and nonprofit organizations located in the Town of Malta.” said Todd Shimkus, President of the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce. “The MaltaWorks $20.21 campaign will give our local businesses a much-needed shot in the arm during the most challenging winter months.”
Malta businesses, residents, and community organizations can support the MaltaWorks $20.21 effort by visiting the MaltaWorks website at www.saratoga.org/maltaworks where they will find promotional posters to print and share on social media, with the #Maltaworks hashtag.
About the Saratoga County Prosperity Partnership
The Saratoga County Prosperity Partnership leads a host of critical economic and workforce development initiatives across the public and private sectors, driving economic success for residents, businesses and government in Saratoga County, New York. The Saratoga Partnership provides a point of contact for business retention and expansion, enabling a seamless delivery of programs and services for businesses seeking to grow, and spearheads semiconductor industry marketing and attraction, global trade assistance, community economic development, and data collection and planning. For more, visit us at saratogapartnership.org and on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. The Saratoga County Prosperity Partnership is a member of the Saratoga County Economic Development Alliance, which includes the Saratoga Economic Development Corporation.
Shelby Schneider, President & CEO