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Congratulations Greyston Bakery
Kudos to Greyston Bakery on receiving a grant from the Lower Hudson Valley office of the Workforce Development Institute (WDI). The funds will be used in support of the purchase and implementation of PRIMS Production Wizard software to improve operations at the bakery. The new software will allow the organization to manage, monitor, and report on productivity for all functions, improving operational efficiencies and ensuring continued success of the program. Ultimately, the grant will help to increase the efficiency of the bakery, leading to more business and the hiring of more employees.
"Grants like these strengthen our mission, enabling us to attain greater efficiency and offer more jobs to community members," said Greyston President and CEO, Mike Brady.
“We believe Greyston’s diverse programming will help lead the Hudson Valley Region through the ever-changing times of Workforce Development," remarked Sonja Brown, Regional Director of the Workforce Development Institute.
Global Markets Hold Opportunity for New York Businesses
More and more each day, Americans appreciate that 95 percent of the world’s customers live outside our borders. The middle class is growing quickly in regions like Southeast Asia, sub-Saharan Africa and South America, and consumers in those markets want the goods and services that U.S. businesses have to offer.
In 2014, New York businesses exported $86 billion in products to international destinations, supporting nearly 390,000 jobs. These exports are an economic engine for the region and reflect the state’s diversity, extensive infrastructure and entrepreneurial prowess. However, many New York businesses have yet to explore their export potential.