Stuff we’re thinking about going to

Cityscape: Women Economic Developers of Long Island and the Suffolk County IDA dissect Long Island Innovation Park's "tradeable economy," Sept. 12 at the Mansion at Oyster Bay.

 

August 21 
Community Potluck Dinner 
5-8 p.m., Treiber Farms, Peconic 
The East End Food Institute and Slow Food-East End present a celebration of local foods featuring dishes prepared with ingredients from regional agricultural enterprises, part of the institute’s Know Your Farmers series. Ticket pricing, registration and more information available here.

August 23
LIMBA 2019 Breakfast Series: Rebecca Sanin 
8 a.m., Courtyard by Marriott, Ronkonkoma
Long Island Metro Business Action presents Rebecca Sanin, president and CEO of the Health and Welfare Council of Long Island, in an interactive discussion with LIMBA’s Bill Miller and Ernie Fazio about regional healthcare issues. Event sponsorship opportunities available. The 2019 Breakfast Series is supported by premiere sponsors Lewis Johs Avallone Aviles LLP and Bradley & Parker. Registration and more information.

September 12
LI Innovation Park at Hauppauge: Anchoring the Tradable Economy
8-10 a.m., The Mansion at Oyster Bay 
Women Economic Developers of Long Island presents an interactive discussion with Suffolk County IDA Deputy Executive Director Kelly Morris on a recent IDA opportunity analysis focused on the former Hauppauge Industrial Park and its effects on Island-wide economic-development. Ticket pricing, registration and more information available here.

September 17
Food Manager Certification Course
8 a.m.-4 p.m., South Fork Kitchens, Southampton 
The East End Food Institute presents a day-long seminar qualifying entrepreneurs and farmers for three years of Suffolk County Food Manager certification. Topics include temperature control, foodborne illnesses, equipment, facility maintenance and other important county guidelines. Bilingual course manual available. Ticket pricing, registration and more information right here.

September 17
Sexual Harassment Prevention Training For Employees
8:30-10 a.m., Adelphi University Hauppauge Business Center
Portnoy, Messinger, Pearl & Associates presents a public class for employees satisfying New York State sexual harassment prevention training requirements. Cost is $50; 1.5 HRCI/PDC credits available. Registration and more information.

September 17 
Zarb Leadership Series: An Evening With Michael Dowling 
6 p.m., The Times Center, New York City 
Hofstra University’s Frank G. Zarb School of Business presents its third-annual Leadership Series event, featuring Northwell Health President and CEO Michael Dowling. Cocktail reception begins at 5 p.m., followed by the CEO’s presentation at 6 p.m. Pre-registration is required. Registration and more information.

September 24
LISTnet Tech Showcase
6-8 p.m., Digital Ballpark, Plainview 
The Long Island Software & Technology Network presents its latest tech-focused networker, featuring a tech-business panel discussion and presentations by LISTnet members. Panel includes representatives of Bradley & Parler, KPMG and Carter Deluca Farrell & Schmidt. Registration and more information.  

September 25-27
LIBDC 50th Annual Business Development Conference
Weds.-Fri., Gurney’s Star Island Resort & Marina, Montauk
The Long Island Business Development Council celebrates its 50th anniversary at its annual networking and workshop conference, uniting business and government leaders for lively discussions and interactive sessions focused on the region’s top sectors and other critical economic issues. Guest speakers, golf outing, bocce tournament and business relationship-building aplenty. Space is limited, pre-registration is required. Registration and more information.

September 26
Making New York an Offshore-Wind Jobs Hub
7:30-9:30 a.m., Project Farmhouse, New York City 
The New York Offshore Wind Alliance and partners present a panel discussion on making the state a focal point for offshore-wind job creation and recruitment, part of the Energy Transition Climate Week NYC program. Admission is free but seating is limited and pre-registration is required. Registration and more information.

September 27
LICA Cannabis Capital Forum
8-11 a.m., RXR Center, Melville 
The Long Island Capital Alliance presents its latest innovators-meets-investors capital forum, this time focused on legal-cannabis enterprises, featuring early-stage companies pitching to a panel of industry experts in front of a VC-packed audience.  Event sponsors include Carter Deluca Farrell & Schmidt, NYIT and EisnerAmper, among others. Ticket pricing, registration and more information available here.

October 3-4
Manufacturing Day 2019
Thurs.-Fri., Stony Brook University
Stony Brook University’s Small Business Development Center and College of Engineering/Applied Sciences present a two-day Manufacturing Day summit, featuring facility tours, a manufacturing expo, a job fair and more programming focused on hot manufacturing innovations. Pre-registration is required. Registration and more information.

October 21
Long Island SummIT Awards 
6-9 p.m., The Garden City Hotel 
The Long Island Software & Technology Network presents its 23rd annual regional IT awards program, honoring high-achieving companies and individuals. Sponsorship opportunities available. Ticket pricing, registration and more information right here.

November 6
CEWIT 2019 International Conference on Emerging Technologies
All day, Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology, Stony Brook
Stony Brook University’s CEWIT presents its 15th international conference, a day-long exploration of innovative machine-learning, AI, blockchain and computational-medicine technologies packed with high-profile seminars, demonstrations and interactive presentations. Sponsorship opportunities available. Early-bird ticketing in effect. Ticket pricing, registration and more information await here.

November 6-7
Life Sciences Summit 2019
Weds.-Thurs., Convene 730, New York City 
Stony Brook University’s Center for Biotechnology presents its annual Life Sciences Summit, an early-stage investor and business-development conference designed to connect innovation, capital and industry across the life-sciences fields.  Sponsorship and presentation opportunities available. Sponsors include EisnerAmper, Nixon Peabody and Carter Deluca Farrell & Schmidt, among others. Ticket pricing, registration and more information available here.

 

Send calendar items, changes or corrections to Gregory.Zeller@InnovateLI.com.

 


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