Paul K. Boyce, PE, PG, President/CEO, was a panelist at the first annual Made on Long Island Conference (Conference) on Tuesday March 10, 2020 at the Hilton Long Island in Melville, NY. Other panelists included the following:
- Jill Scher, Partner, Marcum LLP
- Carol Lane, Associate Director, External Affairs, New York Institute of Technology
- Nicole Della Ragione, Associate, Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, P.C.
- Marc Alessi, CEO, Business Incubator and Accelerator for New York State
- Edward Gibstein, Chief Executive Office, COVA Capital Partners, LLC
- Harry Coghlan, CEO/Executive Director, Nassau County Industrial Development Agency
Left to Right: Nicole Della Ragione, Marc Alessi, Carol Lane, Paul K. Boyce, Jill Scher and Edward Gibstein. Not included in the photo: Harry Coghlan.
The panel discussed strategic opportunities and business cultivation; employee advancement; environmental regulations; economic development; financial strategies; and tax incentives. The discussion was moderated by Anne D. Shybunko-Moore, CEO and Owner at GSE Dynamics, Inc. and Founder & Chair of the Manufacturing Consortium of Long Island, and Lisa Mirable, President at Vertigo Media Group.
Left to Right: Moderator Lisa Mirable, Harry Coghlan, Nicole Della Ragione, Marc Alessi, Carol Lane, Paul K. Boyce, JIll Scher, Edward Gibstein and Moderator Anne D. Shybunko-Moore
“It was a great experience to be a part of the first annual Made on Long Island Conference,” said Boyce, who noted the diverse group of speakers on the panel, which represented a variety of industries and perspectives regarding the topics that were discussed. “The audience was also a great group with a focus on manufacturing that asked relevant and meaningful questions.”
The Conference gathered leading manufacturers from Long Island, allowing them to connect with local industry experts that can provide valuable resources and knowledge. Manufacturers had an opportunity to develop innovative strategies to stay ahead of the market, share ideas and trends with peers, and network with other executives from key Long Island manufacturing companies.