Suffolk IDA

Suffolk IDA The Suffolk County IDA works with companies across industries with the goal of creating local jobs. The IDA works in synergy with County Executive Steve Bellone and the Department of Economic Development to foster job growth in Suffolk County.

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Your business has already come this far, help it continue to find success by setting up a meeting today with the Suffolk...
07/20/2021
Suffolk County Long Island – Industrial Development Agency

Your business has already come this far, help it continue to find success by setting up a meeting today with the Suffolk County IDA. Our team of experts will identify areas of opportunity within your business model and help your business thrive. Set up a meeting today! https://bit.ly/2WN6Zmo

The Suffolk County IDA offers tax incentives, provides thought leadership and technical assistance opportunities, and mobilizes local and regional assets.

The Long Island Industrial Park continues to attract not only top-tier tenants but innovative projects. The most recent ...
07/19/2021
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The Long Island Industrial Park continues to attract not only top-tier tenants but innovative projects. The most recent example of this being the four-story building located at 410 Motor Parkway. Punctuated by state-of-the-art technology and mixed-use space, Craig Padover’s vision for this facility is sure to generate jobs and economic growth for the region. https://bit.ly/2UtvjJV Long Island Business News

First spec building in 12 years reflects sector’s ongoing transition.

Join the Long Island Association on July 23 at 10 AM as it presents a special executive event, Business Today. Hear from...
07/16/2021

Join the Long Island Association on July 23 at 10 AM as it presents a special executive event, Business Today. Hear from three of Long Island’s top business leaders as they discuss how they navigated their businesses through the height of the pandemic. Also find out how Mark Fogel, President & CEO of ACRES Capital; Joe Horowitz, Director of Audit for Stetson Cybergroup; and Chris Ostrowski, Director of Marketing & Business Development from Mid-Island Mortgage Corp. are conducting ‘business today’. https://bit.ly/3BbeHaf

Join the Long Island Association on July 23 at 10 AM as it presents a special executive event, Business Today. Hear from three of Long Island’s top business leaders as they discuss how they navigated their businesses through the height of the pandemic. Also find out how Mark Fogel, President & CEO of ACRES Capital; Joe Horowitz, Director of Audit for Stetson Cybergroup; and Chris Ostrowski, Director of Marketing & Business Development from Mid-Island Mortgage Corp. are conducting ‘business today’. https://bit.ly/3BbeHaf

The pandemic changed the way small businesses operated, and many of the innovative ways these companies pivoted are now ...
07/14/2021
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The pandemic changed the way small businesses operated, and many of the innovative ways these companies pivoted are now permanent. Read more about how some small businesses changed with the times and have created a new business model that works for them. It could work for you too! https://bit.ly/3AUKkVo APNews

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With the U.S. economy rapidly rebounding from the pandemic, the number of job openings has increased for the second mont...
07/13/2021
US job openings rise to record high, layoffs hit record low

With the U.S. economy rapidly rebounding from the pandemic, the number of job openings has increased for the second month in a row with unemployment numbers continuing to decline. The Labor Department announced that the number of available jobs on the last day of May rose slightly to 9.21 million, from 9.19 million in April. These numbers point to a promising future for Long Island as businesses continue to onboard more of their employees. https://bit.ly/3yXMZfr Long Island Business News

The rapidly rebounding economy has generated an intense demand for workers.

Cheers to doing great work! In 2016, the Suffolk IDA invested in Matchbook Distilling Company—New York’s first bespoke, ...
07/12/2021
Matchbook Distilling Company - Suffolk County IDA

Cheers to doing great work! In 2016, the Suffolk IDA invested in Matchbook Distilling Company—New York’s first bespoke, custom distillery—helping it make its mark in Suffolk County. Thanks to the IDA’s assistance, several new full-time jobs were created as well as a new tax revenue for the County. Find out more by visiting our website! https://bit.ly/33ovCEX

Discover the ways The Suffolk County IDA has helped Broadridge Financial Solutions.

Join the Long Island Advancement For Small Business on July 14 at 8 AM as it presents an online brainstorming session fo...
07/10/2021
Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: LIASB Business Roundtable. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

Join the Long Island Advancement For Small Business on July 14 at 8 AM as it presents an online brainstorming session focused on general small-business issues, as determined and discussed by the participating audience. Make sure your voice gets heard and sign up today! https://bit.ly/3wd2o9U Long Island Advancement For Small Business

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The Suffolk IDA invested in some incredible projects in 2020, driving forward economic growth and development for the re...
07/08/2021
Meet With Us - Suffolk County IDA

The Suffolk IDA invested in some incredible projects in 2020, driving forward economic growth and development for the region. We’re looking forward to continuing that work in 2021 and your business could be next! Set up a meeting with a member of our team today and find out how your business can find success in Suffolk County. https://bit.ly/33C8Ex6

Fill out the form to set up a meeting with a member of our professional economic development team. One of us will reach out shortly to set it up.

The Suffolk County Consortium Small Business Assistance Grant Program is a one-time payment program created by Suffolk C...
07/07/2021

The Suffolk County Consortium Small Business Assistance Grant Program is a one-time payment program created by Suffolk County. Eligible applicants can receive payments in the amounts of $5,000 to $10,000. Eligible businesses include gyms, hair salons, nail salons, restaurants, bars, and taverns. Find out if your business is eligible for the program!
https://bit.ly/3Aq2MVw

The Suffolk County Consortium Small Business Assistance Grant Program is a one-time payment program created by Suffolk County. Eligible applicants can receive payments in the amounts of $5,000 to $10,000. Eligible businesses include gyms, hair salons, nail salons, restaurants, bars, and taverns. Find out if your business is eligible for the program!
https://bit.ly/3Aq2MVw

New York State has given two solar-energy facilities the greenlight and one of them is right here on Long Island. The Ne...
07/06/2021
Island solar site among first OK'd by new state office - Innovate Long Island

New York State has given two solar-energy facilities the greenlight and one of them is right here on Long Island. The New York State Office of Renewable Energy Siting, a first-of-its-kind state agency focused on the environmentally responsible and cost-effective siting of renewable-energy facilities, has issued final siting permits for Riverhead Solar 2 LLC and the Morris Ridge Solar Energy Center LLC. Combined, the two facilities are projected to generate enough renewable energy to power more than 46,000 homes while reducing annual carbon emissions by more than 208,000 metric tons. Long Island continues to explore renewable energy projects, which will also bring hundreds of jobs to the region. https://bit.ly/368mFmb Innovate Long Island

By GREGORY ZELLER // New York has greenlighted two major solar-energy facilities, including one on Long Island – the first renewable-energy facilities approved under new state regulations. The New York...

Long Island is where innovation happens. Hauppauge-based product-design specialist and Suffolk IDA client, Intelligent P...
07/05/2021
With new IT spinoff, IPS eyes brains of the operations - Innovate Long Island

Long Island is where innovation happens. Hauppauge-based product-design specialist and Suffolk IDA client, Intelligent Product Solutions, has unveiled its new Intelligent CloudCare division. The new IT-centric division has been launched in order to help small- and mid-sized businesses manage networks, analyze infrastructure and otherwise streamline their computer operations. https://bit.ly/367ilUr Innovate Long Island

By GREGORY ZELLER // One of Long Island’s top hardware designers has gone soft. Intelligent Product Solutions is no stranger to programming: Its longtime focus on the Internet of Things...

From the Suffolk County IDA, we wish everyone a happy, healthy, and safe Independence Day! May we take today to remind o...
07/04/2021

From the Suffolk County IDA, we wish everyone a happy, healthy, and safe Independence Day! May we take today to remind ourselves of all who fought for the independence of this country so that we may live free in the pursuit of happiness. Happy Fourth of July!

From the Suffolk County IDA, we wish everyone a happy, healthy, and safe Independence Day! May we take today to remind ourselves of all who fought for the independence of this country so that we may live free in the pursuit of happiness. Happy Fourth of July!

The Federal Reserve released its findings in its latest “stress test” which it conducted last week, stating that all 23 ...
07/02/2021
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The Federal Reserve released its findings in its latest “stress test” which it conducted last week, stating that all 23 of the nation’s largest banks are healthy enough and equipped to withstand a sudden economic catastrophe. Economic stress tests are conducted regularly as part of the Dodd-Frank Act which was passed in response to the 2008 financial crisis. The sustained health of our nation’s banks is promising and will allow both businesses and consumers on Long Island to shop with confidence. https://bit.ly/2UiK9Td Long Island Business News

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The New York State Comptroller’s report is in and the Suffolk County IDA is pleased to announce that, with its assistanc...
07/01/2021
Report: LI's IDAs create the most jobs in the state

The New York State Comptroller’s report is in and the Suffolk County IDA is pleased to announce that, with its assistance, nearly 15,000 new jobs were created over the span of 140 active projects. Locally, the Suffolk IDA had the lowest tax incentive per new job at $921. As part of a larger network of IDA’s, Long Island’s eight IDA’s were responsible for the creation of more than 47,000 jobs, which was the highest in New York State. https://nwsdy.li/3dyhoIZ Newsday

Long Island’s industrial development agencies have created the most jobs in New York State — for the fifth year in a row, according to a new report. The office of state Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli

The Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency has preliminarily approved a transaction for 575 Broadhollow Energy LLC...
06/30/2021
Fuel cell proposal could reduce electric bills

The Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency has preliminarily approved a transaction for 575 Broadhollow Energy LLC for the acquisition and installation of a 7.6-megawatt community distributed generation project. The project represents a more than $56 million investment into the region’s clean energy resources and will result in more than $45 million in public benefits to County taxpayers. https://nwsdy.li/3A7MZe9 Newsday

A California company is proposing to install fuel cells in a Melville parking lot that would reduce the electric bills of 10,000 homeowners by a guaranteed 10%, or about $150 per year, officials said

Join in at 12:30 p.m. today as the Curtis-Wright Corporation presents the 11th annual Long Island Air & Space Hall of Fa...
06/29/2021

Join in at 12:30 p.m. today as the Curtis-Wright Corporation presents the 11th annual Long Island Air & Space Hall of Fame Induction luncheon! Congratulations to this year’s inductees Daniel Shybunko, founder of GSE Dynamics, Test Pilot Robert Smyth, and Aerobatic Pilot David Windmiller. To purchase your ticket, go to: https://bit.ly/3qC9F1Q Cradle of Aviation Museum

Join in at 12:30 p.m. today as the Curtis-Wright Corporation presents the 11th annual Long Island Air & Space Hall of Fame Induction luncheon! Congratulations to this year’s inductees Daniel Shybunko, founder of GSE Dynamics, Test Pilot Robert Smyth, and Aerobatic Pilot David Windmiller. To purchase your ticket, go to: https://bit.ly/3qC9F1Q Cradle of Aviation Museum

The Labor Department said Thursday that the number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits dropped last week, a ...
06/28/2021
US jobless claims tick down to 411,000 as economy heals

The Labor Department said Thursday that the number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits dropped last week, a sign that layoffs declined and the job market is improving. Jobless claims dropped another 7,000 from the previous week to 411,000. The continued decline of unemployment claims is a positive indicator for Long Island’s economy and job base. https://bit.ly/2U6O9WP Long Island Business News

Jobless claims declined 7,000 from the previous week.

In case you missed it, Suffolk County partnered with former pro wrestler, Mick Foley, to talk about the importance of ge...
06/24/2021

In case you missed it, Suffolk County partnered with former pro wrestler, Mick Foley, to talk about the importance of getting vaccinated. As we turn a pivotal corner during the pandemic, we can all do our part in returning to normal by getting vaccinated. Check out what Mick Foley had to say! https://bit.ly/2TzJign

In case you missed it, Suffolk County partnered with former pro wrestler, Mick Foley, to talk about the importance of getting vaccinated. As we turn a pivotal corner during the pandemic, we can all do our part in returning to normal by getting vaccinated. Check out what Mick Foley had to say! https://bit.ly/2TzJign

Today at noon, the Long Island Association is presenting its “Grow with Google'' webinar, which provides businesses with...
06/23/2021

Today at noon, the Long Island Association is presenting its “Grow with Google'' webinar, which provides businesses with valuable resources they need to continue rebounding from the pandemic. This is the first of many webinars and workshops presented by the LIA to help businesses attract new customers and grow their business. It’s an event you won’t want to miss! https://bit.ly/2Sl9ZFu

Today at noon, the Long Island Association is presenting its “Grow with Google'' webinar, which provides businesses with valuable resources they need to continue rebounding from the pandemic. This is the first of many webinars and workshops presented by the LIA to help businesses attract new customers and grow their business. It’s an event you won’t want to miss! https://bit.ly/2Sl9ZFu

The month of May saw a decline in retail sales of 1.3 percent. The U.S. Commerce Department cited a shortage of chips fo...
06/22/2021
May retail sales fell 1.3% as Americans spend less on goods

The month of May saw a decline in retail sales of 1.3 percent. The U.S. Commerce Department cited a shortage of chips for cars as one of the main reasons for the decline in retail sales. The U.S. Commerce Department is also pointing to more Americans getting vaccinated and wanting to head out more as a contributor to the decline in sales. Americans are spending more of their money on haircuts, trips and other services that are not included in the monthly report. To read the full article, visit: https://bit.ly/35U7Svz Long Island Business News

Retail sales fell in May, dragged down by a decline in auto sales and a shift by Americans to spend more on vacations and other services instead of goods.

Join the Hauppauge Industrial Association of Long Island tomorrow, June 22, for a networking event and online seminar fo...
06/21/2021

Join the Hauppauge Industrial Association of Long Island tomorrow, June 22, for a networking event and online seminar focused on the MacArthur Airport and other topics that are crucial to Long Island tourism. This panel will be moderated by Discover Long Island President and CEO Kristen Reynolds who will be joined by Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter, LIMA Commissioner Shelley LaRose-Arken, New York State Parks Regional Director George Gorman and Discover the Hamptons President Glenn Vickers. We’ll see you there!
https://bit.ly/2UnhPyZ HIA-LI

Join the Hauppauge Industrial Association of Long Island tomorrow, June 22, for a networking event and online seminar focused on the MacArthur Airport and other topics that are crucial to Long Island tourism. This panel will be moderated by Discover Long Island President and CEO Kristen Reynolds who will be joined by Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter, LIMA Commissioner Shelley LaRose-Arken, New York State Parks Regional Director George Gorman and Discover the Hamptons President Glenn Vickers. We’ll see you there!
https://bit.ly/2UnhPyZ HIA-LI

April brought with it the highest recorded number of job openings since the start of the pandemic in 2020. The number of...
06/18/2021
US job openings surge to record 9.3 million in April

April brought with it the highest recorded number of job openings since the start of the pandemic in 2020. The number of job openings skyrocketed 12 percent from the 8.3 million counted in March. This uptick in job opportunities can be seen across Long Island as the region continues to open up and return to normalcy. https://bit.ly/3vCrb6T

U.S. employers posted a record 9.3 million job openings in April with the U.S. economy reopening at break-neck speed.

Join the Long Island Association today at 3 p.m. as it presents a free-for-members virtual event focused on grants and t...
06/17/2021
LIA Special Event: Business Pandemic Recovery Initiative

Join the Long Island Association today at 3 p.m. as it presents a free-for-members virtual event focused on grants and technical-assistance programs for regional businesses affected by the pandemic, featuring Empire State Development Corp. Senior Director of Business and Economic Development Huey-Min Chuang. The worthwhile event will be followed by an informative audience Q&A. https://bit.ly/2TFzSzY Long Island Association

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic infection rates in our region, our team is working a hybrid schedule and remains available to assist your business with any issue or question you may have. If you have any questions or need our assistance, please email Michelle Byrne at [email protected]...

After a year and a half of social distancing and taking all necessary health and safety precautions, the next step in ge...
06/16/2021

After a year and a half of social distancing and taking all necessary health and safety precautions, the next step in getting back to normal is to get vaccinated! Suffolk County residents continue to get inoculated in large numbers, allowing businesses to reopen and get back to doing what they love. Together, we can help end the COVID-19 pandemic! https://bit.ly/2TzJign

After a year and a half of social distancing and taking all necessary health and safety precautions, the next step in getting back to normal is to get vaccinated! Suffolk County residents continue to get inoculated in large numbers, allowing businesses to reopen and get back to doing what they love. Together, we can help end the COVID-19 pandemic! https://bit.ly/2TzJign

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As a new homeowner in Huntington, I am disappointed in the steps that are being taken, or rather NOT being taken, by Hampton Inn Suites, SCIDA and Huntington Hotel Partners. Their refusal to fix an issue with a water line has caused the Huntington Arts council, an esteemed 58 year old community organization, to shut it's doors. One of the reason we chose Huntington as our new home was because of Huntington Arts Council. They distribute 210 thousand dollars in grants every year, provide cultural programming to 34 thousand students in 8 school districts, showcase 700 local artists a year, and provide the TOH with a FREE summer arts festival in Heckscher Park every summer. Art is a business and HAC, as an arts nonprofit, just like any other business create jobs and opportunities for it's members and the community. More importantly, during a global pandemic HAC has been a beacon of hope and support for it's artists, the schools it partners with and the community. What good will a boutique hotel be, without the Huntington Arts Council to encourage tourism by continuing it's longstanding tradition of diverse and FREE arts programming? Think about it. Fix the water pipe. Let HAC get back to the business of uplifting the very community you are ALL supposed to be serving.
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This Friday's student workshop hosted by Stony Brook's Real Estate Institute is being opened up to industry professionals as we refocus the topic to an "update on the state of the commercial lending market." Free Registration: http://ow.ly/4ogC50CaNLM
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