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Long Island's Film Industry
Suffolk County Economic Development and Planning's own Michelle Isabelle-Stark recently spoke with WLIW's Jim Paymar on the economic benefit of the Suffolk County and Long Island Film Industry. You can view the full video online here.
Submission and Status Terminal
This terminal is a one-stop-shop for Suffolk County residents and business owners to access information regarding the permit process, submit online applications and track a permit’s progress.
Destination Downtown is a marketing campaign of the Suffolk County Office of Film & Cultural Affairs. The Office participates in the The pARTnership Movement, an initiative of Americans for the Arts that provides tools to arts organizations and businesses to create stronger partnerships nationwide.
County Executive Supports Women & Minority Business
County Executive Steve Bellone (center) stops by the Suffolk County table at a women & minority business procurement fair.
Inventors and Entrepreneurs Club
Novice and seasoned inventors will benefit from brainstorming sessions and networking to assist them in all aspects of the inventing and business start-up process.
Suffolk County Inventors and Entrepreneurs Club honors students
Students from Half Hollow Hills West “Shark Tank” program were honored at the club's meeting June 18th. Far Left Club President Brian Fried, Far Right Legislator Steve Stern. The students gave their “pitches” which were well received by the inventors, attorneys, engineers and other professionals that attended the meeting.