Ziel, an active-wear manufacturer, is looking for hard-working, fast-learning and dedicated individuals who are interested in a full-time sewing job in Newburgh, N.Y. A free training course will be provided. No experience required. The next training course will run from October 15th to November 16th. All trainees will get an opportunity to try out for a Full-Time Sewing Position at the end of the course. Applications can be picked up at: The Accelerator • 4 Crotty Lane • New Windsor, NY 12553 If you’re interested in this opportunity or would like to learn more, contact Melanie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 845-234-4449.
FREE TO ATTEND You won’t want to miss The Accelerator’s second annual Women’s Leadership Conference: Leading the Change, where you’ll experience an interactive Keynote presentation on Overcoming Unconscious Bias, and panels covering such topics as Workplace Reinvention, and The Path to Effective, Authentic Leadership. Attendees will gain valuable insight from regional industry professionals and learn how to accept and understand change, use past experiences to propel forward, motivate and mentor to help others to rise to their fullest potential, and nurture an environment that creates success and cooperation. The Culinary Institute of America, a first class educational facility for culinary professionals, will cater the Networking Expo featuring 30+ regional professional resources from 8:30 a.m. -9:30 Read More
Mid-Hudson Valley Manufacturing Technology Conference Spearheads Important Discussion for Local Sector
Vincent Cozzolino, managing partner of Galileo Technology Group and managing director of the Orange County Industrial Development Agency and The Accelerator, addresses the crowd of more than 75 business people at the Mid-Hudson Valley Manufacturing Technology Conference on Dec. 2. NEW WINDSOR, Dec. 8, 2016 – More than 75 business people gathered for the Mid-Hudson Valley Manufacturing Technology Conference, hosted by The Accelerator, at SUNY Orange’s Kaplan Hall on Dec. 2. The event’s keynote speaker, Robert Amler, MD, MBA – co-founder of BioInc@NYMC; vice president of government affairs, dean of the School of Health Sciences and Practice and Institute of Public Health and professor of Public Health, Pediatrics and Environmental Health Science at Read More
FuzeHub to Host Event on Fashion Manufacturing in the Hudson Valley Regional Groups Partner to Support Reemergence of the Industry Hudson Valley, N.Y. - FuzeHub, a not-for-profit that works to connect small- and medium-sized manufacturers with resources throughout the state, has partnered with The Accelerator, Powered by the Orange County IDA, The Orange County Partnership and The Solar Energy Consortium (TSEC) to hold an event that will promote the reemergence of the fashion manufacturing industry in the Hudson Valley. The event, “Evolution of Fashion Manufacturing in the Hudson Valley: Past, Present, Future,” will be held on Friday, December 11, at SUNY Orange’s Kaplan Hall, from 9a.m. to noon. “Our goal is to provide a platform Read More
Orange County Business Accelerator Changes Name to Reflect New Goals, Market The Accelerator focuses on manufacturing, broadens market reach to Hudson Valley and beyond NEW WINDSOR, N.Y. (Oct. 9, 2015) — The Orange County Business Accelerator yesterday unveiled its new name – The Accelerator – to reflect its new focus and expanding marketing reach, which will now include all seven counties in the Hudson Valley and surrounding areas. Laurie Villasuso, Associate Executive Director, Orange County Industrial Development Agency (IDA), announced the change alongside James R. Petro Jr., Executive Director, Orange County IDA, and Robert T. Armistead, Chairman, Orange County IDA. The Orange County IDA provides financial support to The Accelerator. “The Accelerator better reflects the Read More