GOSHEN – Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus announced that Orange County will be holding its second annual Economic Summit at 9 a.m. on Friday, September 15th in Orange Hall at SUNY Orange in Middletown. The theme of the 2023 Economic Summit will focus on Orange County’s tremendous economic growth in tourism, hospitality, and film production.
Building on the enormous success of the first Economic Summit, the second annual Economic Summit will bring together key stakeholders, including elected officials, government administrators, community members, civic leaders, and the business community to discuss issues, trends, obstacles, and the future as it relates to Orange County’s continued economic growth. Experts in their respective fields will share their experiences about their areas of knowledge.
“We must continue the County’s economic momentum and build upon our recent successes as economic expansion and job creation are the keys to our County’s future,” Neuhaus said.
“I am excited that Orange County’s second Economic Summit will provide a great opportunity for all businesspeople, public officials and community members to learn about the importance of our growing tourism, hospitality and film industries and how everyone can benefit.”
“The 2023 Economic Summit will feature a range of professionals offering valuable insights about the importance of tourism, hospitality and film as it relates to economic expansion, business opportunities and creating employment,” said Orange County Director of Economic Development Steven M. Gross.
Visit the Orange County website for more information. The event is free of charge; however, pre-registration is required. Registration is being handled in conjunction with the Orange County Chamber, visit www.orangeny.com. For more information, please see the official event brochure on the Orange County website at www.orangecountygov.com.