All Grow-NY finalists are paired with a mentor and will make their pitch in a Shark Tank-style presentation at the Food & Ag Summit in Syracuse on Nov. 15 and 16.
New funding will enable the Urban League of Rochester to expand support for entrepreneurs from underrepresented populations in Rochester.
Galin Brooks, a 38-year-old native New Yorker, has taken the reins of the Rochester Downtown Development Corp., replacing Heidi Zimmer-Meyer.
Hybridge’s new facility is focused on full arch restorations and is equipped with the most advanced dental technology available.
The Genesee County Economic Development Center (GCEDC) board of directors provided approval on Thursday, clearing the way for construction of the 10 townhomes on a 16-acre plot at 143 Lake St.
Monroe County has announced the period to receive Request for Proposals on American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding opportunities has closed.
SCOUT is one of 10 startups from around the world working with the Luminate NY accelerator at NextCorps in downtown Rochester.
A riverfront theater and an overlook to the Genesee River are features of the just-completed Rundel Memorial Library North Terrace Improvement project.
Company leaders chose Rochester due to its growing tech community downtown and thriving optics community throughout the region.
The podcast will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday at Photo City Music Hall in Rochester. It will be streamed live on Photo City Music Hall’s Facebook page (@photocitymusichall) as well as Flower City Hydroponics Facebook page (@flowercityhydroponics).
Blake Farms, a Michigan-based hard cider manufacturer, is expanding its operations into New York, with a $9 million project in the works in Wolcott, Wayne County, that will add up to 69 new local jobs.
OWL AI will expand its operations in Perinton, moving to a larger facility at the Willowbrook Office Park this fall and committing to creating up to 105 jobs in the region.