March 20, 2020

Dave Dellacato, Schooley Mitchell

Conferencing Saves Money and Time

During global health concerns, many businesses are embracing work-from-home strategies to maintain productivity. This will, of course, require renewed focus on audio and web conferencing for many companies, who still need to communicate goals and strategies despite their employees often being outside of the office.


March 19, 2020

Engaging Young Professionals

By Kelli A. Meyer, Director, Center for Student Involvement, University of Bridgeport; Board Chair BRBC's THRIVE: Emerging Leaders

Over the past few months, I hear more and more talk about the challenge of retaining young talent in Connecticut. Top students attending some of the top universities in the Northeast, and yet, we see recent graduates leaving for opportunities in neighboring states. A survey conducted by InformCT this summer found that 47% of people said they will likely leave the state within the next five years, most of those either preparing for retirement or, you guessed it, Millennials. 


December 18, 2019

The Green Economy Transforms the Bridgeport Region

The Park City and its suburban neighbors have emerged as state and national leaders in sustainability initiatives.

by Tony Silber

Change is in the air (and in the water and on the streets) across Bridgeport and the surrounding towns as efforts accelerate throughout the region to tap into the expanding green economy.

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