Nothing shows off Westchester like the county’s bi-annual Economic Development Guide. The title may be a little less than snazzy but it’s packed full of information that people interested in doing business in Westchester will want to know.
Learn about the current business climate and all the new development taking place, the growth of the major cities, historical and tourist sites, arts and culture, hospitals and colleges, and everything else that makes Westchester a desirable place to live.
The free 88-page color magazine is being distributed to businesses throughout the county and offered to the general public as well.
“You’ll see exactly why Westchester is such a great place to do business,” said County Executive Andy Spano. “This is by far our most comprehensive publication related to economic development and it spells out pretty much everything that someone needs to know if they’re looking to relocate or expand a business. It’s not all specific to business either. Much of the information would be helpful to anyone who lives in Westchester.”
The book, produced by the Business Council of Westchester in conjunction with Westchester County, was published by Suburban Publishing Inc. of Elmsford.
“The Business Council of Westchester was proud to partner with the County of Westchester to produce this guide which showcases Westchester County as the perfect business location,” said Marsha Gordon, president/CEO of the Business Council.
The book, which is revised and updated every other year, is one of a growing number of resources offered to the business community. The county’s Office of Economic Development/Real Estate (OED) also offers a website (www.westchestergov.com/economic), an on-line business newsletter and an IDA website.
Copies of the guide are available from the Business Council at 108 Corporate Park Drive in White Plains between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday or call the county at (914)995-2988.