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State your case: Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone is slated to join Nassau County Executive Laura Curran for the Long Island Association's annual State of the Region Executive Breakfast, Jan. 10 in Woodbury.

 

December 16
Best-Kept Secrets for Growing Your Business & Workforce on Long Island
8:30-10:30 a.m., Adelphi University Hauppauge Business Center 
Portnoy Messinger Pearl & Associates presents a free workshop on methods for filling positions with the right candidates, featuring Rosalie Drago, Long Island director for the Workforce Development Institute, and Rebecca Sanin of the Health & Welfare Council of Long Island. Pre-registration is required. Registration and more information.

January 8
Social Media: Grow Your Small Business 
7-8:30 p.m., Oceanside Library 
Nonprofit mentoring group SCORE-Long Island presents an interactive workshop for entrepreneurs, designed to teach participants how to leverage social media for small-business success. Admission is free but pre-registration is required. Registration and more information.

January 10 
2020 State of the Region Executive Breakfast 
8-11 a.m., Crest Hollow Country Club, Woodbury 
The Long Island Association presents its annual New Years kickoff featuring A-list networking and a roundtable chat with Nassau County Executive Laura Curran and Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone. Sponsors include Farrell Fritz, Ruskin Moscou Faltishchek, the Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency and Hofstra University, among others. Event is sold out, but the LIA is still accepting waiting-list reservations. More information here.

January 17 
HIA-LI Annual Meeting & Legislative Breakfast 
8-10 a.m., location TBA
The Hauppauge Industrial Association of Long Island presents its 42nd Annual Meeting & Legislative Breakfast, featuring moderator Joe Campolo and a panel of local and state representatives discussing the 2020 regional economic forecast. Sponsors include Stony Brook University, Farrell Fritz and the Suffolk County IDA, among others. Sponsorship opportunities available. Ticket pricing, registration and more information available here.

January 17 
LIMBA 2020 Breakfast Series: Marc Herbst 
8 a.m., Courtyard by Marriott, Ronkonkoma
Long Island Metro Business Action presents Long Island Contractors’ Association Executive Director Marc Herbst in an interactive discussion with LIMBA’s Bill Miller and Ernie Fazio on critical regional infrastructure issues. The 2020 Breakfast Series is supported by premiere sponsors Lewis Johs Avallone Aviles LLP, Gershow Recycling and Bradley & Parker. Registration and more information.

January 21
Starting a Successful Small Business
7-8:30 p.m., Longwood Public Library, Middle Island 
Nonprofit mentoring group SCORE-Long Island presents an interactive discussion for entrepreneurs, discussing the do’s and don’ts of startups and small-business success. Admission is free but pre-registration is required. Registration and more information.

January 22 
ACIT Executive Business Breakfast
8 a.m., Crest Hollow Country Club, Woodbury 
The business-networking organization Advancement for Commerce, Industry and Technology presents its first Executive Business Breakfast of 2020, featuring a discussion on Long Island property taxes with representatives of Melville law firm Herman Katz Cangemi & Clyne. More information here.

January 31 
LIMBA 2020 Breakfast Series: Steve Bellone 
8 a.m., Courtyard by Marriott, Ronkonkoma
Long Island Metro Business Action presents Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone in an interactive discussion with LIMBA’s Bill Miller and Ernie Fazio on important issues facing the county in the New Year. The 2020 Breakfast Series is supported by premiere sponsors Lewis Johs Avallone Aviles LLP, Gershow Recycling and Bradley & Parker. Registration and more information.

February 14-16
Hack@CEWIT 2020:  Machine Learning, Blockchain & Security
Friday-Sunday, Center for Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology, Stony Brook 
Stony Brook University’s CEWIT presents its fourth-annual interdisciplinary hackathon, combining 300 regional hackers and $40,000 in industry sponsorships for two days of hands-on tech talks, workshops and professional networking, with more than $5,000 in prize money at stake. Registration and more information.

 

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


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