Dear Esteemed Members of the Putnam County Business Community,

Welcome to your constant source of empowerment and insight – the Putnam County Business Council’s weekly Putnam County News and New York State Business Update. Every week, we strive to bring you the most relevant and impactful information, keeping you abreast of the latest developments, opportunities, and trends in our business landscape. Together, let’s navigate the path to success and prosperity in our vibrant community and beyond.

Here’s to another week of growth and excellence!

Warm regards,

Nat Prentice

President, Putnam County Business Council

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Digital Marketing Strategy 101. Wednesday, March 13th, 1pm ET
Defining your marketing strategy is key in today’s digital world. We’ll review strategies to strengthen your digital marketing and elevate your impact online. Gain valuable insights and refine your approach in the ever-evolving landscape of digital marketing. During this session, we’ll discuss:

  • Identifying your target audience
  • Strategies for creating engaging and shareable content
  • Optimizing your social media
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Siena College: 17th Annual Upstate New York Business Leader Survey
CEO Confidence Slumps; 2/3rds Say Business Conditions Have Worsened; Revenue & Profit Projections Decline 29% Look to Hire; Only 13% See Ample Supply of Workers; Majorities Offer Tough Assessment of Applicants; 75% Continue Having Trouble Recruiting Doing Business in NY: Assets include Quality of Life, Tourist Attractions, Natural Resources; Detriments include State Govt., Permitting Process, Crime and Lack of Affordable Housing Press Release Crosstabs Download Report Loudonville, NY.
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N.Y. lawmakers, advocates call for increased wage replacement benefits
State Sen. Jeremy Cooney joined Capital Tonight.
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State lawmakers look to improve pensions to attract public sector workers
Complaints are rampant about the Tier 6 pension level, which some believe make working for the state less appealing.
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New Yorkers pay among the highest taxes in the nation
New York ranked second highest in tax burden nationwide, following closely behind Illinois, which claimed the number one spot.
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What are the wealthiest places in New York? See 1,000-plus communities ranked
Seven places in Onondaga County had median family incomes of more than $100,000.
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