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Executive Vice President Susan Hinkson Talks Land Use, Zoning, and the Future of New York City 

Executive Vice President Susan Hinkson Talks Land Use, Zoning, and the Future of New York City 

Susan Hinkson, RA, LLM, former Vice Chair and Commissioner of New York City’s Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA), recently joined the Capalino+Company team […] more→

Getting to 80×50: Creating Sustainable Mobility for New York City

Getting to 80×50: Creating Sustainable Mobility for New York City

On June 15, Capalino+Company Executive Vice President Rich Kassel moderated a panel on promoting sustainable transportation in the outer boroughs at Getting NYC to […] more→

4 Essential Takeaways for MWBEs and Entrepreneurs from The Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit

4 Essential Takeaways for MWBEs and Entrepreneurs from The Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit

By Tunisha W. Walker, Senior Vice President of Capalino+Company Last week I joined hundreds of minority business owners from around the country in Houston, […] more→

Igniting Business Strategies for the City of Tomorrow

Igniting Business Strategies for the City of Tomorrow

Capalino+Company Sponsors NYC’s Inaugural Smart Cities Expo Capalino+Company was proud to sponsor NYC’s first Smart Cities Expo, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, May 3-6. […] more→

Why Nonprofits Should Care About Millennials

Why Nonprofits Should Care About Millennials

By Capalino+Company Associate Vice President Safeena Mecklai In 2016, the total number of millennials living in the United States was 75.4 million, a population […] more→

Participation vs Real Participation of MWBEs in New York City

Participation vs Real Participation of MWBEs in New York City

Comptroller Stringer Releases Report for Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) New York City Comptroller Stringer’s Report “Making the Grade” provides a more detailed look at […] more→

Diversity Drives Success in NYC: Increasing Procurement Opportunities for MWBEs

Diversity Drives Success in NYC: Increasing Procurement Opportunities for MWBEs

On Wednesday, June 15, Mayor de Blasio announced New York City’s plan to award $16 billion in M/WBE contracts by July 2025. In a city […] more→