Title: Marketplace of the Future
Air Date: 12/9/2017
Summary: Flexible, sustainable packaging that can tell you when food has gone bad? Image sensors to track your product? Dave Geier of American Packaging, Herb Erhardt of ON Semiconductor, and Matt Hurlbutt of Greater Rochester Enterprise, share product innovations and assets that support the myriad ways the Rochester, NY region is primed for the marketplace of the future.
Guests: Dave Geier of American Packaging, Herb Erhardt of ON Semiconductor, and Matt Hurlbutt of Greater Rochester Enterprise
Title: How to Standout in Job Market
Air Date: 12/2/2017
Summary: Staff recruitment experts from AP Professionals, Laurie Enright and Nicole Warren, discuss steps job candidates need to take to attract their next job; steps employers need to take to attract and retain top performers.
Guests: Laurie Enright and Nicole Warren of AP Professionals
Title: Immigration's Economic Impact
Air Date: 11/18/2017
Summary: Thousands of people come to Rochester annually from all over the globe for school or work and make a big impact on the regional economy. Our guests discuss that process and weigh in on the future outlook for immigration policy as it relates to meeting economic needs.
Guests: Frank Novak, Partner at Harter Secrest & Emery;
Jeff Cox. Director of Rochester Institute of Technology’s International Student Services;
Cary Jensen, Director of the International Services Office at the University of Rochester.
Title: How Could Tax Reforms Affect You?
Air Date: 11/11/2017
Summary: As policymakers on Capitol Hill work on finalizing the most significant package of changes to the tax code in over thirty years, individuals and businesses can only wait to see how they might be impacted next year. Tax experts from Mengel Metzger Barr go over what we know now and what to look out for, and answer several caller questions.
Guests: Burt Speer, Partner and CPA, Mengel Metzger Barr
Jim Schnell, Partner and CPA, Mengel Metzger Barr
Title: Online Tools to Improve Your Job Search
Air Date: 11/4/2017
Summary: Our discussion focuses on strategic ways you can use online resources to further your career or hire the perfect person to join your team.
Guests: Laurie Enright and Nicole Warren of AP Professionals
Title: Spotlight on Local Craft Brewing Industry
Air Date: 10/28/2017
Summary: Craft beer is big business in the Greater Rochester region. But not just for brewers and breweries! Guests from the New York Craft Beer Association, Swiftwater Brewery, and Mengel Metzger Barr will discuss hops, suds, and beer’s bottom line for the local economy.”
Guests: Paul Leone of NYS Craft Brewers Association, Kristina Stamatis of Mengel Metzger Barr and Andy Cook of Swiftwater Brewery.
Title: Breast Cancer Research and Risk Reduction
Air Date: 10/21/2017
Summary: In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, our show discussion focuses on breast cancer research and risk reduction. Our guests, Dr. Farhan Imran of Rochester Regional Health, Dr. Luke Peppone of University of Rochester and Holly Anderson of the Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester, dispel myths and provide practical advice to help anyone touched by cancer.
Guests: Dr. Farhan Imran of Rochester Regional Health, Dr. Luke Peppone of University of Rochester and Holly Anderson of the Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester
Title: Why Amazon Should Expand in Rochester/Buffalo
Air Date: 10/14/2017
Summary: Buffalo and Rochester, NY leaders discuss why this super region is the right choice for Amazon's second North American headquarters.
Guests: Matt Hurlbutt of Greater Rochester Enterprise and Tom Kucharski of Invest Buffalo Niagara
Title: National Disability Employment Awareness Month
Air Date: 10/7/2017
Summary: Chad Williams of CDS Monarch, Taryn Mullen of CDS Wolf Foundation, David Ochterbeck of University of Rochester, and team members Justin and Dan discuss how hiring people with developmental disabilities can be valuable to local businesses.
Guests: Chad Williams of CDS Monarch, Taryn Mullen of CDS Wolf Foundation, David Ochterbeck of University of Rochester, and team members Justin and Dan
Title: Podcasting as #BizDev
Air Date: 9/30/2017
Summary: If you're listening to Eyes on the Future as a podcast, you're just one of 112 million Americans tuning into the digital audio medium in 2017 -- a figure that's up 11% just since 2016. For businesses, podcasting can be a surprisingly easy way to tap into a growth audience and raise your brand profile. Experts weigh in on this week's episode.
Guests: Stephen Woessner, author of “Profitable Podcasting” and CEO of Predictive ROI;
Nicole Mahoney, CEO of Break the Ice Media and podcast host;
David Mammano, CEO and founder of the Avanti Entrepreneur Group and podcast host
Title: Conscious Leader, Conscious Culture Drive Success
Air Date: 9/9/2017
Summary: Our guest share insights from MCC's Developing the Conscious Leader and Conscious Culture program and how it enables business leaders to engage their employees in an effort to stay competitive in the global market.
Guests: Jim Gertner and Bob Freese of MCC's Corporate College, Bob Bechtold of HARBEC, and Yuliana Yurkevich of All State Insurance
Title: National Women's Hall of Fame
Air Date: 8/26/2017
Summary: This week's podcast focuses on the National Women's Hall of Fame induction ceremony, which recognizes ten American women who are history-making leaders.
Guests: 2017 National Women's Hall of Fame inductees, General Carol Mutter and Aimee Mullins,2007 inductee Judy Pipher, plus Sujatha Ramanujan, co-chair of this year's induction ceremony.
Title: CDS Life Transitions Celebrates 40 Years
Air Date: 8/19/2017
Summary: 2017 marks the 40th anniversary of CDS Life Transitions, an organization that fulfills the transitional employment and healthcare needs of 3,200 people across 22 counties in Upstate NY.
Guests: Taryn Mullen, Executive Director, CDS Wolf Foundation;
Sheila Nesbitt, volunteer and sibling to a CDS resident;
Ben Willson, former CDS resident;
Angel Morels, CDS resident and Board Member
Title: Cybersecurity and Your Business
Air Date: 8/12/2017
Summary: We're discussing cybersecurity issues and how you can protect yourself and your business from a cyber attack with data security experts -- Paul Robinson of GreyCastle Security, Paul Greene and Anna McCarthy of Harter Secrest and Emery.
Guests: Paul Greene and Anna McCarthy of Harter Secrest and Emery. andPaul Robinson of GreyCastle Security.
Title: Economic Progress Throughout the Rochester Region
Air Date: 7/29/2017
Summary: This is the second episode in a two part series about significant projects underway to transform the nine-county Greater Rochester, NY regional economy.
Guests: Jeff Adair of Imagine Monroe, Peg Churchill of Wayne County IDA, steve Griffin of Finger Lakes EDC, Matt Hurlbutt of GRE, Mike Manikowski of Ontario IDA, and Baye Muhammad of the City of Rochester.
Title: Transforming Rochester's Regional Economy
Air Date: 7/22/2017
Summary: This is the first episode in a two part series about significant projects underway to transform the nine-county Greater Rochester, NY regional economy.
Guests: Livingston County Economic Development's Bill Bacon, Genesee County Economic Development Center's Steve Hyde, Wyoming County IDA's Jim Pierce, Orleans EDA's Jim Whipple and Seneca County IDA's Bob Aronson.
Title: Title IX's Impact on College Campuses
Air Date: 7/15/2017
Summary: On today's show we discuss Title IX and its impact on sexual assault and related issues on college campuses with Terri Conroy and Julia Green Sewruk of Harter Secrest & Emery and Karen Vicks of Nazareth College.
Guests: Terri Conroy and Julia Green Sewruk of Harter Secrest & Emery and Karen Vicks of Nazareth College.
Title: What's Next for the Internet of Things
Air Date: 7/8/2017
Summary: Companies growing in our knowledge-based economy are embracing the Internet of Things. Hear from digital transformation expert Gregory North of Globe North and Viet Nguyen of L-Tron Corp about how you may capitalize on this trend in this week's podcast.
Guests: Gregory North of Globe North and Viet Nguyen of L-Tron Corp
Title: Current Trends in Retirement Planning
Air Date: 6/24/2017
Summary: As employers have migrated from fully-funded pensions to market-driven tools such as 401(k) and IRA plans to support workers' retirement planning, it's now up to you, the employee, to ensure that you have the resources you need when it's time to retire. Experts from Canandaigua National Bank & Trust answer questions about the right time to retire, working "second careers" post-retirement, as well as "how much will I need?" "when do I know if it's time to work with a financial planner?" and "what if I'm caring for loved ones?" They share tips on small things you can do each day to save money towards retirement that could amount to over $40,000 by the time you reach retirement age.
Guests: Tom Benner and Donna Cator, both Vice Presidents and Investment and Financial Planning Officers in the Wealth Strategies Group at Canandaigua National Bank and Trust
Title: Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival
Air Date: 6/17/2017
Summary: Get a behind the scenes peek at what's new at the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival, which runs from June 23 through July 1 in downtown Rochester, NY.
Guests: Marc Iacona of the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival, Karl Stabnau of the Karl Stabnau Quartet, and Sean McCarthy of McCarthy Tents & Events.