Regeneron: a global leader in biotech innovation

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Regeneron: a global leader in biotech innovation

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Friday, September 21, 2018 - 12:28pm
The Annual Program Report details the status of proposals for assistance from ESD's financial assistance programs. This year's report covers activity during the period from April 1, 2017, through March 31, 2018.  Empire State Development Annual Program Report Fiscal Year 2017-2018 
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Press Release

Friday, September 21, 2018 - 9:44am
Empire State Development (ESD) today announced the panel of finals judges which will determine the prize money for the fifth annual 43North startup competition. The esteemed group of judges will evaluate pitches from 10 finalists on stage in front of a live audience at Shea’s Performing Arts Center in downtown Buffalo on Thursday, October 5 at 6 p.m. The judges will award one top startup 43North’s $1 million grand prize with seven other competitors receiving $500,000 prizes. “The panel of talented judges will bring entrepreneurial expertise in selecting the next round of winners for 43North, which in just a few years has successfully worked to make Western New York a national entrepreneurial hot spot by attracting top-notch startups and providing them with the support they need to stay and grow their businesses in the region,” said Howard Zemsky, President, CEO and Commissioner of Empire State Development. 43North is part of the visionary Buffalo Billion initiative, operating through grants from Empire State Development and the New York Power Authority, along with the support of several sponsors. As of September 2018, 43North’s portfolio of 37 companies has achieved a combined $108 million in outside investment, and conservative estimates place the portfolio’s total valuation at $332 million, an increase of over $300 million since 43North’s inception in 2014. These start-ups are collectively responsible for over 250 full-time jobs based in Western New York, with new hires added nearly every day. “The 43North business competition continues to develop into a premier, high-impact economic development driver for Buffalo and Western New York,” said John R. Koelmel, New York Power Authority chairman and Buffalo resident. “The strength and quality of the initiative is again evident, not only in the finalist companies, but also in the incredible talents and resumes of these judges. I’m excited to see this year’s competition and for more innovative entrepreneurs to have the opportunity to become our region’s next success story.” 43North’s Finals judging is broken down into two rounds. The morning qualifying round is general admission and the public is welcome to come and go throughout the day. Tickets for the evening round are also free but seating should be reserved at 43North.org. 43North Finals qualifying round with 18 finalists competing will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, October 3, at Shea’s Performing Arts Center, Buffalo. 43North Finals million-dollar round and awards celebration will follow from 6-9 p.m. At that time 43North's top 10 finalists will pitch live onstage for either the $1 million grand prize, or one of 43North's seven $500,000 prizes. In addition to cash, 43North winners receive free incubator space in 43North’s incubator on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, guidance from experienced mentors in their field, and access to other business incentive programs. 43North President Alex Gress will serve as the master of ceremonies during the 43North finals. “I’m thrilled to host the 43North Finals this year. I was in the audience for the 43North Finals in 2017 and it’s been amazing to me what a journey the last year has been,” said Gress.  “I can’t wait to get on stage October 3 at Shea’s Performing Arts Center and celebrate a great night for the Buffalo startup ecosystem.” The 2018 43North Finals judges are: Aashish Tripathi Aashish joined Amazon in 2013, and is the co-founder and Head of Business for Amazon Launchpad. Prior to joining Amazon, Aashish was VP of Sales and Operations at the startup Bellycard, where he helped raise over $20M in funding and expanded the company from 40 to 150 employees. Before joining Bellycard, Aashish spent 6 years at eBay, where he conceptualized, built, and managed the Top Seller Account Management program. Arturo Nuñez Arturo is the founder of AIE Creative, a company that provides immersive experiences to a highly curated selection of brands looking for unique ways to connect with diverse customers. He was previously CMO for Latin America for Apple. He was responsible for marketing communications, corporate communications, product marketing, education content, enterprise marketing, and developer relations across all 38 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, with special focus on Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, and Chile. Chris Heivly Chris Heivly is one of the nation’s leading experts in how to turn startups into multimillion-dollar companies and has been dubbed the “The Startup Whisperer.” Heivly has worked at the highest levels for some of the world’s most recognized brands, including MapQuest, which was sold to AOL for $1.2 billion; Rand McNally, the world’s largest map publisher; and Accenture, the largest multinational management consulting, technology services, and outsourcing company on the planet. Deborah Quazzo Deborah is the Managing Partner of GSV AcceleraTE, a venture capital fund investing in exceptional entrepreneurs and their companies in the $75B education and talent technology sector. She is also the Co-founder and Managing Partner of the ASU GSV Summit and Founder and Senior Advisor of GSV Advisors. Now in its 10th year, the ASU GSV Summit celebrates innovation across the global “pre-K to gray” learning and talent landscape and attracts over 4,000 attendees. Mahala Burn, PhD Mahala holds global responsibility for new technology scouting and strategic financing activities at bioMérieux. She leverages her background as a doctoral-level cell biologist, a strategy consultant, and an operational leader to seek and enable cutting-edge technology to save the lives of critical care patients. Prior to her role at bioMérieux, Mahala led operations as the Life Sciences Practice Director at EY-Parthenon, a top 10 firm that is the global strategy consulting arm of Ernst & Young. Rochelle Stewart Rochelle currently serves as an Advisor for the Morgan Stanley Multi-Cultural Innovation Lab and is the Founding Partner of 3C Partners, an advisory and consulting business that works with venture capital and startup clients on marketing, brand, and business growth strategy. She began her career at UBS and has held positions at Brightwood Capital, L’Oreal, POPSUGAR, and Conde Nast, where she helped drive company-wide transformation across the portfolio of 20+ brands. Woody Benson Considered a business partner and company builder by his CEOs, Woody has spent half of his 35-year tech career on the operational side (Apple Computer, Sony Corporation, Lotus Development, Shiva Corporation, and MCK Communications) and the other half on the investing side (Lazard Technology Partners, Prism VentureWorks, and now LaunchCapital). He was also named Mass Telecom CEO of the Year and a Top 50 VC by AlwaysOn Media. About 43North 43North is the $5 million startup competition, awarding cash prizes to some of the best entrepreneurs and startups from around the world. 43North winners also receive free incubator space in Buffalo for one year, guidance from mentors in related fields, and access to other business incentive programs such as START-UP NY. 43North operates through the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Buffalo Billion initiative and grants from Empire State Development and the New York Power Authority. Additional support comes from several other sponsors. For more information about 43North, visit www.43north.org.         Contact: Pamm Lent (ESD) |pamm.lent@esd.ny.gov | (716) 846-8309 | (800) 260-7313 ESD Press Office | pressoffice@esd.ny.gov | (800) 260-7313
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Press Release

Thursday, September 20, 2018 - 3:27pm
Funding Announced for Rounds Four and Five of GENIUS NY Accelerator Investment is Centerpiece of "CNY Rising" - The Region's Comprehensive Strategy to Revitalize Communities and Grow the Economy Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that New York's ongoing investment in the growing Unmanned Aircraft Systems industry in Central New York and the Mohawk Valley is expected to create at least 200 local jobs and $39.5 million in private investments. Six companies—including two international firms—have committed to creating opportunities in both regions following the state's $30 million investment to support and develop the nation's first-of-its-kind 50-mile flight traffic management system located between Syracuse and Griffiss International Airport in Rome. Today, the Empire State Development Board of Directors also signed off on $10 million in additional funding for rounds four and five of the innovative GENIUS NY business accelerator, the World's Largest Unmanned Aircraft Systems Competition, located in The Tech Garden in Downtown Syracuse. "New York's investment in the unmanned aerial systems industry has transformed Central New York and the Mohawk Valley into global leaders in this cutting-edge technology, creating jobs and boosting local economies," Governor Cuomo said. "We will continue to support these innovative companies as they help to grow the drone corridor and strengthen these regions for generations to come." Since 2015, New York State has established itself as the nation's premiere destination for drones and businesses at the forefront of innovation. The state has invested over $40 million to position itself to become the nation's drone capital, including funding for the 50-mile "drone highway" and GENIUS NY. This significant investment has pioneered the development of New York's drone industry. Read the full press release here. 
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Press Release

Thursday, September 20, 2018 - 3:17pm
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the opening of a new state-of-the-art Adirondacks Welcome Center rest area in Queensbury, Warren County. The Welcome Center will serve as a comfortable, modern gateway to the Adirondacks region, promoting local attractions and providing a family-friendly respite for travelers heading into New York's six-million-acre Adirondack Park, the largest publicly protected park in the contiguous United States. "Tourism is a key economic driver for New York, and the new Adirondacks Welcome Center will attract even more new and returning visitors to enjoy the unparalleled views and countless outdoor activities offered in this region," Governor Cuomo said. "This new gateway will provide millions of Northway travelers a warm welcome as they arrive to the beautiful Adirondack Park, driving tourism and promoting economic growth across our great state." "The Adirondacks is a gem to the state and the nation, and we're improving the experience for visitors," said Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul. "The new Adirondacks Welcome Center - four times the size of the previous buildings - will feature some of the best amenities, attractions, and New York products. We're putting the Adirondacks on the global tourism map while creating jobs and growing the economy." Read the full press release here. 
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Press Release

Thursday, September 20, 2018 - 11:54am
Empire State Development (ESD) today announced a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the purchase and redevelopment of the former Beacon Correctional Facility in Beacon, NY. Located one mile from vibrant downtown Beacon and sixty miles from New York City, the nearly 40-acre site presents a unique opportunity for development in the Hudson Valley region. “Redeveloping Beacon Correctional Facility is a tremendous opportunity for economic growth and smart development in the Hudson Valley,” said ESD President, CEO, and Commissioner Howard Zemsky. “The prime location offers easy access to rich cultural, transportation and tourism resources, and we encourage respondents to submit creative proposals that maximize the potential of the site for the surrounding community.” The site currently contains 22 vacant buildings, at least two of which may be ideal candidates for adaptive reuse. The Beacon Correctional Facility was closed in 2013 as part of the State’s ongoing initiative to decommission and consolidate a number of underutilized correctional facilities across New York State. The site presents an exciting development opportunity in light of its prime location, proximate resources, and available funding from New York State. The area surrounding the site is a popular artistic and cultural hub and major tourist destination, offering strong transit infrastructure (rail, ferry, air and vehicular) and an economic environment friendly to a wide variety of industries. It is also located in a federal Opportunity Zone, providing tax incentives for long-term investment in the area. The primary development objectives for this RFP are to maximize economic benefit to the City of Beacon, the Town of Fishkill and the State through reuse and redevelopment of the Site in ways that advance the creation of new jobs, provide job training opportunities, stimulate the local economy, and integrate the site into the local community.  Proposals should strive to address the following development objectives: Enhance the site as an economic engine for the surrounding municipalities, the Hudson Valley region and New York State Provide new job opportunities for local residents Provide youth and/or adult job training and workforce development opportunities Present a financially feasible project that demonstrates realistic financing and revenue sources to support operations and scheduled payments Exhibit well-considered planning and design principles Incorporate sustainable and green building practices Ensure meaningful participation of Minority Owned Business Enterprises (“MBE”), Women Owned Business Enterprises (“WBE”) and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned-Businesses (“SDVOB”) ESD invites respondents to submit proposals for a high-quality commercial or mixed-use development that will generate jobs and stimulate economic activity in the region.  ESD will consider proposals that include a residential component as part of a mixed-use development, but preference will be given to proposals in which residential development is not the majority use of the site.  In addition, the State has allocated $6 million in grant funding through the State and Municipal Facilities Program (“SAM”) to support the redevelopment of the site.  While SAM requires a separate application process, respondents may include in their proposals ideas for using up to $6 million of this funding for eligible capital purposes on the site.  Eligible capital purposes include: Capital costs of construction, improvement, rehabilitation or reconstruction of facilities Acquisition of capital facilities and assets Acquisition of capital assets with at least a 10-year useful life for the sole purpose of preserving and protecting infrastructure Economic development projects sponsored by the State or municipal corporations that create or retain jobs (this will require certification by the Department of Economic Development) Environmental projects sponsored by the State or municipal corporations Responses are due by Thursday, December 20, 2018 at 12:00 PM EST. An optional site visit is scheduled for Thursday, October 11, 2018. Respondents are not required to attend; however, if they wish to participate, they must RSVP to BeaconCF@esd.ny.gov The RFP and additional information is available on the Empire State Development website here. A video showing the site and surrounding area is available here.     Contact: Amy Varghese | amy.varghese@esd.ny.gov | 212-803-3740 ESD Press Office | pressoffice@esd.ny.gov | (800) 260-7313
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Board Meeting

Thursday, September 20, 2018 - 9:30am
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Press Release

Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - 3:05pm
MWBEs to Meet One-On-One with Prime Contractors And New York State Agency Procurement Officials; New Teaming Sessions to Encourage MWBEs to Network and Create Partnerships with other MWBEs and Prime Contractors Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced New York State's Eighth Annual Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Forum will be held October 3-4, 2018 at the Empire State Plaza Convention Center in Albany. The MWBE Forum has continued to grow since its inception in 2011, becoming the largest state MWBE conference in the country. Over 2,000 people convened at 2017 Forum, including small businesses, prime contractors, lenders, elected officials and members of the Governor's cabinet to discuss state contracting opportunities. "New York's minority and women-owned businesses are the backbone of our economy and we are committed to continuing to increase equity and opportunity for these hard-working entrepreneurs," Governor Cuomo said. "This year's MWBE Forum will build on the powerful momentum that's been growing across the state and provide the resources and support these businesses need to thrive." "As a woman who helped start a family women-owned small business, I know firsthand the barriers faced by aspiring entrepreneurs," said Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul. "We must do everything in our power to provide opportunities for minority and women-owned businesses. We've expanded New York's MWBE program to help break down barriers and help entrepreneurs take their business to the next level. New York is proud to host the largest MWBE conference in the country to encourage and promote our minority and women-owned businesses and expand contract opportunities across the state." This year's theme - "Grow with New York State: Gather industry intelligence. Gain new relationships. Generate new business." - builds upon investments New York State continues to make in its MWBE community; shares information on statewide infrastructure and economic development initiatives; and, underscores new and continuing opportunities for MWBE firms to engage in New York State contracting.  The Forum will build upon the state's successes in increasing MWBE participation and examine critical areas of procurement in all represented industries - from transportation, construction and information technology, as well as financial and professional services. Participants will be provided the tools for successfully doing business with the state and receive information on the opportunities, strategies, technical assistance, and resources needed to access billions of dollars in state contracts and continue to develop and increase their competitiveness. Empire State Development President, CEO, and Commissioner Howard Zemsky said, "New York's economy is strongest when it is diverse, accessible, and inclusive. The Eighth Annual MWBE Forum is an invaluable resource for entrepreneurs and small businesses to build crucial networks and ensure they have the tools and resources to participate successfully in the marketplace."  Read the full press release here. 
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Press Release

Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - 10:19am
Empire State Development (ESD) today announced the start of New York State's 2018 fall foliage season, which includes the popular I LOVE NY weekly fall foliage reports. Additionally, the #NYLovesFall social media campaign returns this year to further promote and encourage visitation to New York’s picturesque autumn locations and attractions. Empire State Development President, CEO and Commissioner Howard Zemsky said, "New York State’s fall foliage season is both colorful and crucial to our state's tourism industry, drawing visitors from around the world to our communities and supporting our regional economies and local businesses." New York State has one of the longest and most colorful foliage seasons in the nation, thanks in part to its size and location. On any given weekend, from late September through mid-November, somewhere in the state is experiencing peak foliage. Fall is also one of the state’s most popular travel times of the year, drawing visitors from around the world who support local businesses and attractions. Last autumn, New York State welcomed more than 63 million visitors between September and November, generating an estimated $28.26 billion in economic impact across the state. Executive Director of Tourism Ross D. Levi said, "New York State offers countless ways to experience our world-class foliage. Whether traveling along a scenic byway, riding up a mountain gondola or down a thrilling zipline, floating in a hot air balloon, cycling along a bike trail, paddling down a tranquil river or hiking a High Peaks trail, you can find what you love surrounded by the autumnal splendor of New York State." The I LOVE NY weekly foliage report – a detailed map charting fall color progress, vantage points for viewing spectacular foliage, suggested autumn getaways and weekly event listings – is available on the I LOVE NY website. Reports are also available toll-free at 800-CALL-NYS (800-225-5697) from anywhere in the U.S., its territories and Canada. The report uses information gathered by more than 75 volunteer Leaf Peepers, located throughout the state’s 11 vacation regions, who track the weekly foliage changes. For more information on how to volunteer, please contact foliage@esd.ny.gov. To promote the state's spectacular autumn sights and scenery, I LOVE NY will again host a social media campaign featuring photos taken by Twitter and Instagram users. Each week throughout the foliage season, one outstanding New York State fall foliage photo posted using the #NYLovesFall hashtag will be selected and shared on the I LOVE NY Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages on "Foliage Fridays." Users must tag photos with the name of the location of where the image was taken to qualify. About Empire State Development Empire State Development (ESD) is New York’s chief economic development agency (www.esd.ny.gov). The mission of ESD is to promote a vigorous and growing economy, encourage the creation of new job and economic opportunities, increase revenues to the State and its municipalities, and achieve stable and diversified local economies. Through the use of loans, grants, tax credits and other forms of financial assistance, ESD strives to enhance private business investment and growth to spur job creation and support prosperous communities across New York State. ESD is also the primary administrative agency overseeing Governor Cuomo’s Regional Economic Development Councils and the marketing of "I LOVE NY," the State’s iconic tourism brand. For more information on Regional Councils and Empire State Development, visit www.regionalcouncils.ny.gov and www.esd.ny.gov. About New York State New York State features 11 beautiful vacation regions, featuring landmarks such as Niagara Falls, the largest park in the continental U.S. in the Adirondacks and treasures such as the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown and the Corning Museum of Glass. New York State offers diverse activities for all: outdoor fun - snowmobiling, skiing and snowboarding, fishing, hiking and boating, year-round festivals and exploring the rich history and culture of one of the 13 original colonies. Visitors also enjoy the fine cuisine, beverage trails and farm-to-table fresh foods. For more information on New York State’s rich history, visit paththroughhistory.iloveny.com. Information on all tourism attractions is available at iloveny.com.     Contacts: Adam Ostrowski (ESD) | adam.ostrowski@esd.ny.gov | (518) 292-5148 ESD Press Office | PressOffice@esd.ny.gov | (800) 260-7313
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Public Notice

Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - 10:00am
Hornell Medical Village – St. James Hospital Medical Office Building Fit Out Project - public notice
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Press Release

Tuesday, September 18, 2018 - 11:25am
Investment Complements “Southern Tier Soaring” - The Region’s Comprehensive Strategy to Revitalize Communities and Grow the Economy Empire State Development (ESD) today announced that Amphenol Aerospace, one of the world's largest manufacturers of interconnect products for the military, commercial aerospace, and industrial markets, will construct a 5-megawatt solar farm on its industrial campus in the Town of Sidney, Delaware County. The new solar farm, which will utilize a large land site in the Village that would otherwise be unusable because it is located in a floodplain, will provide power to the rest of Amphenol’s operations and will promote stability of the electrical supply as the power generated goes back into the grid-especially during peak usage periods in the summer. The total project cost has been placed between $14 and $15 million. “Amphenol Aerospace’s resilience and resurgence has been tremendous and we’re proud to support their continued commitment to the Southern Tier,” said Empire State Development President, CEO & Commissioner Howard Zemsky. “This is a great example of a business making a forward-thinking investment that will not only help their bottom line but benefit the local community and our environment.” In 2012, to ensure Amphenol Aerospace maintained its presence in New York State after the devastation it experienced during flooding in 2006 and 2011, Empire State Development, the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), New York State Homes & Community Renewal (HCR) and local officials offered support totaling more than $32 million to construct a new manufacturing facility. Thanks to that support, more than 1000 jobs have been retained in the region. Ryan Fisher, General Manager of Amphenol Aerospace Operations, a division of Amphenol Corporation said, “New York State and ESD have been wonderful partners in helping secure a sustainable future on the former site of our factory.  Their additional financial support provided critical monies needed to complete our investment in a project that not only puts to productive use our former site, but provides environmentally friendly, low cost electricity to our facilities.  Truly a win for our customers, employees and community.” In 2011, the flooding caused by Hurricane Irene resulted in millions of dollars in damage to Amphenol’s operations in Sidney, forcing the company to build a new plant. Since then, the site of the former plant has been deemed undevelopable. Amphenol Aerospace will now abate, demolish and construct a 5-megawatt solar farm on the site, which will provide the energy equivalent to powering 832 homes annually. To assist the company with its plan to build the solar farm, ESD has offered a performance-based grant of up to $1.25 million, as recommended by the Southern Tier Regional Economic Development Council. Increasing the use of solar supports the mandate that 50 percent of the state’s electricity come from renewable resources by 2030. Administered by NYSERDA, the $1 billion NY-Sun initiative is designed to scale-up solar and move the state closer to having a sustainable, self-sufficient solar industry. Since 2011, solar in New York State has increased more than 1,000 percent and leveraged nearly $2.8 billion in private investments. There are more than 12,000 people engaged in solar jobs across New York. Alicia Barton, President and CEO, NYSERDA said, “We commend Amphenol Aerospace for integrating solar energy into its operations portfolio as part of its rebuilding effort. In the face of climate change, Governor Cuomo’s forward-thinking clean energy initiatives are enabling companies of all sizes to realize the cost-saving benefits and environmental stewardship associated with renewable energy and NYSERDA is proud to be a partner in this effort.” This project supports the efforts of the locally-developed Southern Tier Soaring strategic plan, which includes a significant focus on forward-thinking investments in advanced manufacturing and 21st Century industries. State Senator James L. Seward said, “Amphenol’s ability to succeed and grow has a direct impact on the success of our region and the future well-being for hundreds of families.  I was pleased to lend my support to the solar farm project which will lead to clean, renewable electricity that will benefit our climate and our economy.” State Assemblyman Clifford Crouch said, “I am thrilled to see Amphenol Aerospace receive the necessary funding to build a new solar farm in Sidney. Over the last ten years, Amphenol Aerospace has shown their investment and belief in our community by sticking it out so that 1,000 jobs remained in the Southern Tier after enduring devastating flooding. Their new solar farm project again highlights their commitment to our region and the environment, helping to reduce strains put on the power grid from their facilities during their busy season, and doing so in an environmentally conscious way.” Delaware County Legislature Chairwoman Tina Mole said, “Amphenol Aerospace is the Delaware County’s largest employer, providing over 1,000 jobs in our region. They are leading the way in advance manufacturing, and through this project, taking a leading role in environmental sustainability. This project will help to reduce their high energy costs and remain competitive in the industry.” Amphenol Aerospace, a Division of Amphenol Corporation, is one of the largest manufacturers of interconnect products in the world for the Military, Commercial Aerospace and Industrial markets. Amphenol designs, manufactures and markets cylindrical and rectangular, electronic, fiber optic, EMI/EMP filter, and a variety of special applications connectors and interconnect systems. The currently has approximately 1,000 employees in Delaware County, who work to incorporate state-of-the-art manufacturing technologies including CNC machining, die-casting, molding, impact and extruding, plating, screw machining and process controls. For more information about Amphenol Aerospace, visit http://www.amphenol-aerospace.com. Accelerating Southern Tier Soaring  Today's announcement complements “Southern Tier Soaring the region’s comprehensive blueprint to generate robust economic growth and community development. The State has already invested more than $4.6 billion in the region since 2012 to lay for groundwork for the plan – attracting a talented workforce, growing business and driving innovation. Today, unemployment is down to the lowest levels since before the Great Recession; personal and corporate income taxes are down; and businesses are choosing places like Binghamton, Johnson City and Corning as a destination in which to grow and invest. Now, the region is accelerating Southern Tier Soaring with a $500 million State investment through the Upstate Revitalization Initiative, announced by Governor Cuomo in December 2015. The State’s $500 million investment will incentivize private business to invest well over $2.5 billion – and the region’s plan, as submitted, projects up to 10,200 new jobs. More information is available here.   Contact: Shari Voorhees-Vincent | Shari.Voorhees-Vincent@esd.ny.gov | (585)399-7055 ESD Press Office | PressOffice@esd.ny.gov | (800) 260-7313
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