Dave Horesh, co-founder of Oxford Pennant, joins Bell Ringer to talk about the company's activities throughout the pandemic - including hanging a 40 foot pennant on Buffalo's tallest building, partnering with the Buffalo Bills for post-win celebrations, adding a 'Made in Buffalo' tag to their products, and more.
Dan Miner moved back to Buffalo in 2012 to cover Buffalo's economy with Buffalo Business First. His boomerang date coincides well with the beginning of Buffalo's significant resurgence, especially within the innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystem, of which he covers closely.
In this podcast we discuss a potential climate migration. An article following a Harvard study said, “With climate change, the world will suck, but Buffalo may suck less.” We discuss why – including abundant fresh water, easier temperatures, safety from natural disasters, the clean energy transfer, and more.
AML RightSource expanded to Buffalo Niagara in March of 2019, promising 100 jobs within its first five years. The company has well surpassed that goal and is now expanding again in Western New York, now into Seneca One Tower. AML is hiring more talent in Buffalo and of a higher technological level, as well.
University at Buffalo Electrical Engineering Department Chair Jon Bird joins Bell Ringer to discuss the semiconductor industry, strengths Buffalo Niagara possesses, potential growth strategies, and his experience in moving to Western New York.
43North, the Shark Tank-style startup pitch competition awarding $5 million to winners, is back bringing new companies and innovations to Buffalo. We chat with President Colleen Heidinger about the competition and the organization's move to Seneca One Tower.
Ekua Mends-Aidoo of Evergreen Health and Kendra Brim of Nardin Academy - each DEI consultants of their own and cohosts of Black Gems Dive In podcast - join to discuss diversity, equity, and inclusion in Buffalo Niagara workplaces.