The Economic Impact of Queens, NYC with Queens Borough President Donovan Richards and Queens Chamber of Commerce President Thomas J. Grech

 

Queens is the largest City borough by area, and the second-largest county in the state by population (second only to neighboring Kings County, aka Brooklyn). If it were its own city, it would be the fifth most-populous city in the United States. It is one of the most ethnically diverse counties in the country, and the most linguistically diverse place on Earth. What kind of commercial and business landscape does this create? What are the upcoming projects that will put Queens in the spotlight of all five boroughs? What does it have to offer businesses across different industries, as well as nonprofit organizations?

Join Capalino’s “The Future of New York” webinar to get an insider perspective on Queens with Capalino President Travis Terry, Queens Borough President Donovan Richards, and Queens Chamber of Commerce President Thomas J. Grech.

Topics Include:
• The competitive advantages of doing business in Queens
• Upcoming projects such as the Interborough Express, JFK & LaGuardia airports, Sunnyside Yards, Willets Point, and Queensway
• Neighborhoods on the rise in the next 1-20 years
• Key industries (technology, life sciences, manufacturing)
• Small business and start-up perspectives
• Attracting and retaining talent

Panelists:
• Travis Terry, President, Capalino (moderator)
• Donovan Richards, Queens Borough President
• Thomas J. Grech, President, Queens Chamber of Commerce

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