Economic workshops for Melville-based professionals

March 20, 2012 by  

Members of Melville’s business community who would like to hear what experts have to say about the latest economic developments in Long Island will have at least two opportunities to do exactly that.

One event that’s worth marking down on the calendar is none other than the next part of the Melville Chamber of Commerce’s “Business Breakfast Series” on the 22nd of March. Presented by Doug Manditch of Empire National Bank, it’s immediately clear that this meeting will be addressing a very practical subject with a title like “The Long Island Economy: The Past, Present, and the Future”.

Those who make plans to attend this will be able to hear an experienced professional explain his interpretation of the local economy as well as his qualified opinion on how businesses can continue to profit. Starting at 8:30am and free for chamber members to attend besides, a professional has nothing to lose by coming to this one.

Similarly, the Long Island Association has an Economic Development and Infrastructure Committee meeting coming up April 4th. With organizers telling people to be registered before the 30th March, however, interested individuals will have to sign up quickly to get a seat.

Whether deciding to upgrade company equipment or debating the pros and cons of a poster printing campaign, economics has an important part to play in every decision an administration makes. These are two events that will give business owners the information that’s needed to make informed choices on behalf of their companies.

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