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Rochester Golf Expo set for this weekend (access required)

The Rochester Golf Expo, which connects the golfing community to courses and manufacturers, returns Saturday and Sunday tohum Bill Gray’s Regional Iceplex in Brighton. The Expo will feature exhibits from local and regional golf courses, golf manufacturers and local vendors; ...

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West Fire Systems acquired by San Francisco holding company (access required)

West Fire Systems, Inc., has been sold to Sciens Building Solutions, a San Francisco-based holding company focused on the fire detection and security services sector. Headquartered in Gates, West Fire Systems was founded in 1987 by Michael J. West. The firm ...

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Energy, dedication drive entrepreneurs at any age (access required)

Younger women who grew up with technology and worked in the gig economy may be more comfortable with the pace and demands of entrepreneurship. But the mid-career woman may want to do things differently than she can if she’s working ...

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County seeks in-person public input on Plan Forward (access required)

The first in-person Plan Forward public workshop for shaping Monroe County’s comprehensive plan will take place from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on March 30 at the Roger Robach Community Center (180 Beach Ave. in Rochester). County leaders want public ...

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Nominations open for Greece Chamber Youth Hall of Fame (access required)

Nominations are now being accepted by the Greece Regional Chamber of Commerce for the 2022 Youth Hall of Fame. The annual awards honor juniors and seniors who have demonstrated exceptional personal growth and development through their outstanding achievements and contributions to ...

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SBA extends EIDL deferment period another six months (access required)

Nearly 9,500 small businesses in the Finger Lakes region will be allowed to defer repayment on COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL) for another six months. U.S. Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) said today that the Small Business Administration ...

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Free headliner shows highlight return of Jazz Festival (access required)

Chris Botti, Tommy Emmanuel, Robin Thicke, Spyro Gyra and Wynonna Judd are among the free headliner acts set to perform at the 19th CGI Rochester International Jazz Festival. Called off the past two years because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ...

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Vendors needed for International Plaza market (access required)

The city of Rochester and Ibero-American Development Corp. are seeking vendors for the International Plaza. Located at 828 N. Clinton Ave., the International Plaza is a Latin-themed marketplace and event space that will operate from noon to 4 p.m. on ...

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Topics that don’t focus on COVID-19 for nonprofit leaders (access required)

For obvious reasons, COVID-19-19 and the many elements of disruption it has caused continue to dominate conversation at organizations of all types. This month we commemorate two years since the widespread effects of COVID-19 first hit the United States, along ...

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Five evolving trends in cyber liability (access required)

Cyberattacks are becoming increasingly commonplace, particularly since the COVID-19 pandemic brought about remote work and insecure remote access to businesses became more prevalent.

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SBA to hold virtual women’s business summit   (access required)

The U.S. Small Business Administration will hold its 2022 Women’s Business Summit from March 28 to 30, in honor of Women’s History Month.  The summit will consist of virtual panels, “Ask an Expert” workshops and fireside chats to help women-owned small ...

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Shine promoted to president of Sunnking (access required)

Adam Shine has been promoted to president of Sunnking, the Brockport-based electronics recycling firm. Shine has been vice president at Sunnking since 2015 and has spent more than 15 years in the recycling industry. CEO Duane Beckett had also served ...

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