June 9 2017
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CEG Economic Development Week in Review – June 3 – June 9, 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 Times Union Covers CEG’s 98/90 Semiconductor Summit  Daily Gazette on CEG’s 87/90 and the “crossroads of

June 9 2017
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Semiconductor summit looks for ways to continue progress

The Daily Gazette By: John Cropley  Technology changes make field a challenge   Economic development is a journey rather than a destination, especially when it involves high-tech industries such as computer chips, speakers at a semiconductor conference said Thursday. In various ways, each made the point that technology evolves so quickly that planning for the

June 8 2017
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NY told it must keep investing in chip industry

Times Union By: Larry Rulison Saratoga Springs – Don’t forget what  – and who – got you here. That is what Charles Wessner, a professor of innovation policy at Georgetown University, told the crowd Thursday at the Center for Economic Growth’s 87/90 Semiconductor Summit. Wessner, who has been studying the reasons behind the mercurial rise

June 7 2017
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Science, technology, engineering and math enrollment up at Albany area colleges and universities

Albany Business Review By: Shannon Sweeney Albany area colleges and universities are enrolling graduate and postdoctoral students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics at a faster rate than the state as a whole. This region is graduating more science and engineering students, according to a Center for Economic Growth analysis. During the 2015-16 school year,

June 7 2017
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Success Story: CEG BGS Helped Automated Dynamics Achieve Ambitious Sales Goal by Securing WDI Grant for Sandler Training

Automated Dynamics is the designer and manufacturer of advanced composite structures and high performance automation equipment for the automotive, defense, oil field, and other commercial/industrial markets. In 2014, the Niskayuna, N.Y.-based company set out to increase sales by more than 20 percent, or $1.2 million. To achieve this goal, Automated Dynamics — with help from

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