Binghamton Chamber of Commerce Holds Important Industry Discussion
The Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for its latest round of community building which looks at the agriculture, energy and transportation industries.
The session, which is the third roundtable, will take place on Wednesday, September 21 at the Holiday Inn in downtown Binghamton.
The presentation is entitled “State of our agriculture, energy and transportation industries”.
The Chamber says it is hosting the 2022 Community Building Series to provide the region with an in-depth view of Broome County’s industrial sectors.
Breakfast and discussion attendees will hear from industry leaders in agriculture, energy and transportation and have the opportunity to engage in conversation about unique trends and opportunities for collaboration. to industry.
Among those confirmed to speak are Kayra Biasillo, Agricultural Economist with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County, Broome County Aviation Commissioner at Greater Binghamton Airport, Mark Heefner, CM, Thomas Wisner, PE. Region 9 Regional Manager, Region 9 Construction Engineer and Program Engineer Manager for BAE Systems, Matthew Boecke.
The series is sponsored by Mirabito. Mirabito Holdings, Incorporated Chairman and CEO, Joe Mirabito will host the event.
Leadership Alliance CEO Stacey Duncan called the Community Building Series “a great opportunity for business owners to hear from industry leaders.”
Those wishing to attend can register at www.greaterbinghamtonchamber.com.
Questions can be directed to the chamber by calling (607) 772-8860.
The session schedule provides for breakfast and registration to begin at 7:30 am. The program is scheduled to run from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
The Holiday Inn Downtown is located at 2 to 8 Hawley Street in Binghamton,
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