This Week
  • Rochester's business leaders have highest overall, future confidence.

  • Matthew Flanigan aims to build Flower City Habitat for Humanity.

  • When will downtown retail development gain momentum like the office and housing sectors?

  • Tender Loving Family Care follows a different model than most of its home care agency peers.

  • Taren Greenidge says helping Littler Mendelson clients do the right thing is rewarding.

  • See the 20th anniversary edition of the Forty under 40 supplement.

About RBJ Events

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Rochester's Crisis of Poverty Power Breakfast
Thursday, January 29, 2015
Join Professor Peter Edelman, one of the nation's foremost authorities on
poverty, and a panel of local service providers for a conversation examining
our nation's challenges in addressing poverty.

2015 Economic Outlook Power Breakfast
Thursday, February 5, 2015
Dr. Donald Levy will present the results of the annual Siena Survey of Upstate New York Business Leaders. He will provide an overview of the regional outlook by industry as well as attitudes towards NYS infrastructure and women’s issues in the workplace.

Best of the Web Awards
March 12, 2015
Every year the RBJ recognizes Rochester’s best business websites at the Best of the Web awards breakfast. The awards are given for sites determined to be Rochester’s best by a panel of judges.

Health Care Achievement Awards
March 24, 2015
This awards program recognizes excellence, promotes innovation and honors organizations and individuals who make a significant impact on the quality of health care in the Greater Rochester area.

Financial Executive of the Year
May 21, 2015

The Rochester Chapter of Financial Executives International and the Rochester Business Journal present the Financial Executive of the Year awards each year. These awards recognize financial executives who have made outstanding contributions to their organizations and to the Greater Rochester community during the past year.

Wealth of Health Awards
June 9, 2015
The Wealth of Health Awards honor innovative organizations that promote workplace wellness, improving both their bottom line and the overall health of the Greater Rochester community.

Greater Rochester Awards Luncheon
October 27, 2015
The Rochester Business Journal and the United Way of Greater Rochester present the Greater Rochester Awards, which celebrate the exceptional work done by our community's human services sector. The awards, given in several categories, will honor non-profit staff members, executives, volunteers and programs that make our community a better place to live. The Greater Rochester Awards luncheon will be at the conclusion of our half-day Leadership Summit for Non-Profits. The Summit will feature a workshop led by Bruce Burtch on developing cross-sector and intra-sector partnerships.

Forty Under 40 Awards
November 19, 2015
With nominations from the community and selections by a committee of business leaders, the Forty Under 40 awards recognize 40 men and women under the age of 40 who have achieved professional success and made significant civic contributions to our community. The award has become a prestigious honor. Hundreds of people are nominated, and only the best of the best are recognized.

Meet the RBJ Business Breakfast
Past Event
At this free networking event, you can tour the Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, learn about strategic opportunities for professionals and businesses of all kinds to get published in the RBJ, network with hundreds of Greater Rochester business professionals, pitch story ideas to RBJ reporters and register for door prizes. Complimentary breakfast will be provided by Max Rochester.

Past RBJ Power Breakfast Events


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