March 28 2017
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Partners in Growth and Innovation

University at Albany ALBANY, N.Y. (March 28, 2017) — When it comes to growing business in the Capital Region, the Center for Economic Growth (CEG) has a longstanding record of success. For institutions like the University at Albany, CEG offers a dedicated partner to help turn the ideas of entrepreneurial researchers into viable business models.

March 27 2017
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PRESS RELEASE: CEG Reaches $6M Capital Campaign Goal to ‘Accelerate’ Region’s Economy

March 27, 2017 Media Contact James Schlett Director of Research and Communications 518-465-8975 X221 jamess@ceg.org CEG Reaches $6M Capital Campaign Goal to ‘Accelerate’ Region’s Economy ALBANY, N.Y. – The Center for Economic Growth (CEG) has reached a $6 million target for its ‘Accelerate’ capital campaign. Launched Sept. 1, 2016, Accelerate is a five-year campaign and collaborative

March 27 2017
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Center for Economic Growth surpasses $6 million campaign goal

Albany Business Review By: Robin K. Cooper The Center for Economic Growth has eclipsed its $6 million fundraising goal as the Albany, New York, organization works to expand its marketing and job retention efforts. The region’s largest economic development group shifted its campaign strategy last fall and started seeking larger donations instead of relying on

March 24 2017
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Week in Review: March 18-March 24, 2017

Stay up-to-date on business and economic development happenings in the Capital Region with the CEG Economic Development Week in Review. Don’t miss out on the developments that are transforming the region by following us on: CEG IN THE NEWS CEG’s Kennedy talks to the Daily Gazette about the region’s tech engines driving population growth in

March 23 2017
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Upstate N.Y. continues to lose population, Albany, Saratoga counties show significant growth

The Daily Gazette By: John Cropley With very few exceptions, the slow and steady flow of people out of upstate New York counties rolls on. The latest U.S. Census Bureau estimates indicate a net upstate population loss of 23,434 people from July 2015 to July 2016. For the first time in more than a decade,

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