Join business leaders across the state for our 4th annual business summit in Albany!
Together we will make the case for a robust economy that works for all New Yorkers. NYSSBC’s Annual Albany Business Summit is your opportunity to network with other values-driven business leaders and exchange ideas with state legislators on how to grow a more just and sustainable economy.
We hope you join us! Contact NYSSBC Director Bob Rossi: firstname.lastname@example.org (607) 592-2222
Date & Location
Monday, May 8 from 10am to 4pm
NYS State Capitol
Meeting Room #3
198 State Street
- Build connections with like-minded business leaders from around New York State
- Educate state decision-makers on the business case for environmentally and socially responsible policies and increase support for actions on priority issues that advance a sustainable economy
- Strengthen NYSSBC as a collective voice for the values-driven NYS business community
10am – 12pm
- Welcome & Introductions – Bob Rossi, NYS Sustainable Business Council
- Policymaking 101 and Q&A
Demystifying the policymaking process and an overview of the current political landscape; how to be effective during legislative meetings
- Issue briefings and Q&A
Discussion of the current status on priority issues including single-payer healthcare, divesting from fossil fuels, fracking waste transportation and disposal, toxic chemical reform, wage theft, and supporting worker-owned cooperatives. All registered participants will receive a packet with schedule details and policy overviews.
12:00pm – 1:00pm Lunch – sponsored by Clean & Healthy New York — promoting safer chemicals, a sustainable economy, and a healthier world
1:00pm – 1:30pm Organize meeting groups
Break up into meeting groups, agree on roles, review tips for effective legislative meetings
1:30pm – 4pm Legislative meetings
Scheduled 20-minute meetings with elected officials and staff. Demonstrate business support for priority policies. Share challenges, opportunities, and values driving your business.
Please direct questions or comments to Bob Rossi: email@example.com (607) 592-2222