Issue Date : July 8, 2020
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Best Practices for Reopening Westchester Series present:
Part 4: An Inside Look into our Digital Connectivity
Join experts for a conversation about the growing importance of a robust digital infrastructure in our region to support the growing remote workforce, provide telemedicine, enhance our education system, develop smart cities and close the digital divide.


Chris Fisher, Managing Partner - Cuddy & Feder (moderator)
Shauna Coyne, Director of Innovation - NewYork-Presbyterian
Carl Busseno, Director of Radio Access Network - AT&T
Bob Knight, Executive Vice President/COO - Harrison Edwards PR
Office of Economic Development & RXR Realty Partner to Form Mentoring Services for Small Businesses
Continuing the work of its Crisis Advisory Task Force, the Westchester County Office of Economic Development has announced one-on-one mentoring advisory service for small business owners who are struggling financially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The County is recruiting a team of seasoned professionals who will serve as volunteer mentors to provide free business advice to small businesses affected by the pandemic. In launching this new service, the County is partnering with RXR Realty’s RXR Volunteer program, which connects local small businesses affected by COVID-19 with volunteers who have expertise in various business disciplines.
ICYMI: Business Survey Results on the Future of Westchester Economy
The Westchester County Association business survey on the future of Westchester’s economy was conducted between late May and June 2020 at the direction of WCA’s Post Pandemic Working Group – a collaboration of business, nonprofit, and academic leaders formed to identify and address some of the most important regional economic challenges and opportunities both created and highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The WCA business survey requested responses to a brief list of questions focused on identifying the most important industry sectors and most important issues for Westchester’s economic future. The survey further requested responses on the length of the pandemic’s economic impact and future business sentiment.

On-Demand Viewing Available!
WCA Reopening Series: In-Depth Look at Non-Profit Resources
for Business Community
Get key insights on non-profit resources that are available for your business to help reopen successfully and safely! Experts discussed the support businesses can receive as it relates to overall workplace health and wellness including mental health, childcare, youth programs, stress management and practical ways to promote productivity while staying safe.
WCA Welcomes New Member:
Apiary,  located in Larchmont offers prepared meals & cafe fares that are freshly made with natural, locally sourced ingredients for the whole family. From lobster rolls to panko chicken tenders, from brisket sandwiches to an assortment of whole grains and green salads, there’s something for everybody. Apiary offers take our options, delivery through food service apps as well as full service catering for any occasion. More Info Here.
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Rita Mabli, WCA Board Member and President & CEO of United Hebrew of New Rochelle has recently been honored as a McKnight’s 2020 Women of Distinction. Mabli, who has spent her entire career at United Hebrew, became the organization’s first female administrator and later its first female CEO and president. Mabli has had a far-reaching effect on the organization. Among her accomplishments, she led United Hebrew through a rapid period of growth, building award-winning assisted living, memory care and affordable senior housing communities, as well as adding rehabilitation, other long-term care and home care services.  Read More Here
The July issue of  ArtsWestchester 's ArtsNews is now avialbale online. The issues features major new public art on the shared use path at the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge. The July issue also includes upcoming virtual and in-person summer arts camps, a look at how arts organizations are proactively turning to an outdoor format for their summer events, a comprehensive list of virtual arts activities and more!
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