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Rochester Area Chamber and its leader receive high honors   (access required)

“It is a true honor to be recognized on this list with so many great leaders in New York State economic development,” Duffy said in a statement. "The future is bright because of the work these individuals are doing to provide equitable development for businesses and talent.” 

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Athena award finalists announced  (access required)

ATHENA nominations open

Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce and the Women's Council plan to present the internationally recognized awards, which honor and empower women in business, at the 37th annual ATHENA Awards in-person celebration on Feb. 2.  

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Small Business Council selects finalists for Business Person of the Year (access required)

The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce Inc. and the Small Business Council have chosen the finalists for the 2020 Business Person of the Year Award. In the category of 50 and under employees, the finalists are: • John Allen, president, ...

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Women’s Council names ATHENA Award recipient (access required)

Dixon Schwabl Advertising Founder and Chairman Lauren Dixon was named the 2021 ATHENA International Award winner on Thursday. The ATHENA Organizational Award recipient was Brockport Research Institute and its President and CEO Sara Silverstone. This year’s ATHENA Young Professional was ...

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Women’s Council selects ATHENA finalists (access required)

Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce Inc. and its Women’s Council affiliate have selected finalists for the ATHENA International Award, the ATHENA International Young Professional Award and the ATHENA International Organizational Award. The ATHENA International Award is given annually to a ...

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Wineries facing rash of lawsuits over accessibility (access required)

If you get sued over how accessible your website is for people with visual impairments, fix the problems rather than settle the lawsuit, says Robert Duffy, president of the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce. His statement was prompted by a wave ...

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