More than 800 votes later, here are 914INC.'s Best of Business award winners across Westchester County in 2023.
We sat down with Iona University’s president to gauge his thoughts on the past year and what he anticipates for the future.
Across the county, life-science businesses who have put down roots in Westchester are thriving — and making waves nationally.
These commercial real estate firms are go-tos for everything from buyer and tenant representation to relocations and renegotiations.
For local chef Giovanni Green, the founder of Break Bread Not Hearts, food is about creating community and connecting others.
Make a splash in the boardroom or at a power lunch with the hottest fashion trends this season in Westchester County.
When she’s not fostering employee engagement, a longtime HR professional from South Salem influences fashion trends on social media.
Looking for a job that will set you on a fast track to salary growth sans a four-year degree? These opportunities may be right for you.
Advanced manufacturing businesses around Westchester seek workers with the desire and know-how to fill technical positions.
In Westchester, colleges offer programs that are alternatives to a four-year degree and provide opportunities to land good jobs.
Offering transferable skills in construction, electrical work, plumbing, carpentry, bricklaying, and more, apprenticeships are a great option in Westchester.
Where have all the workers gone? That’s a question employers across the country — and in Westchester — are asking.
Clean energy is booming in Westchester County, and with it comes new jobs needed to service the expanding energy economy.
As Westchester heads into the post-pandemic world, there’s a growing sense of vibrancy in the county’s construction industry.
One of the biggest problems in the employment market is a mismatch between open positions and job seekers’ skills.
In the aftermath of COVID, Westchester County has seen a historically low unemployment rate — 3.4% at the beginning of 2023.
As one of the hottest industries in the 914, the healthcare sector boasts thousands of job openings for entry-level and advanced professionals.
Westchester offers a growing market for careers in the life sciences industry as a leading region in the nation for the field.
For aspiring entrepreneurs in Westchester County, these programs and resources offer support and guidance along the way.
Thanks largely to plans by tech giants IBM and Micron to invest billions in New York State, the region’s technology employment outlook is poised to take a quantum leap.
Want to grow your career or your presence in the industry? These business associations and job and apprenticeship banks are here to help.
The first NRP Group project in the county, The Halden is one of the latest buildings for top-notch design and sprawling amenities in Westchester.
Two local experts reveal what causes workplace stress, how leaders can recognize it, and what businesses can do to address it.
This doctor and Yonkers resident is on a mission to vanquish childhood tumors through her work on neurofibromatosis.
Westchester is thriving again – thanks in part to these talented industry leaders, nonprofit directors, and corporate executives who have embraced and fueled change.
Consistency is the main ingredient at these Westchester food landmarks, which serve up memories and nostalgia galore.
Nonprofit Westchester’s Peer-to-Peer Affinity Group supports local BIPOC business leaders in the 914.
Downtown New Rochelle introduces another residential building — with a spin room and dog washing station — to its ever-growing skyline.
Forging careers in industries that range from government to agriculture, these 24 rising stars under the age of 35 are changing the business and cultural landscapes of Westchester County.
Dr. Robert Michler takes great strides toward advancing cardiac care for patients at White Plains Hospital in Westchester.
When she’s not up to her eyeballs in clauses, contracts, and closings, a successful White Plains real estate broker helps homeowners design the dens of their dreams.
With hybrid work schedules becoming the norm and people slowly creeping back into the office, the way we dress for work has been forever altered.
Leros Point to Point celebrates a milestone as Westchester County’s largest ground transportation provider.
Flush with billions of dollars on the table, infrastructure projects are set to detonate all over Westchester County.
Local businesses create a legacy that spans generations, as these family-led operations around Westchester prove.
Executive Director Joanne Dunn provides hope for young people at the Youth Shelter Program of Westchester (YSOW).
Organization president Alejandra Gil is carving out a much-needed space for the Hudson Valley Hispanic Bar Association.
A handful of small- and medium-size organizations across Westchester are striving to make their cultures more equitable and inclusive.
The world’s oldest silent pandemic is sexual abuse against children. One Westchester businesswoman has vowed to end it.
Meet those March and April showers in style with this selection of up-to-the-minute outerwear and accessories.
ArtsWestchester’s Voices for Change grant program allows artists across the region to tell their stories and spotlight social justice issues.
Throughout Westchester County, local law firms place greater priority on supporting DEI endeavors and initiatives in the workplace.
With health being priority number one, we’ve assembled a salubrious selection of cold-pressed juices available throughout the county.
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