BROOKLYN, NY -- The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, dedicated to providing various resources, services, and support for businesses and entrepreneurs throughout Brooklyn, today announced an Economic Development Breakfast featuring guest speaker Meera Joshi, New York City’s Deputy Mayor for Operations. The breakfast will start at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, May 2nd and will take place in the Wythe Hotel, located at 80 Wythe Avenue in Brooklyn, New York.
In her presentation, Joshi will discuss the economic development path forward in Brooklyn and beyond. Following the Deputy Mayor's presentation, she will engage in a Q&A session with the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce President and CEO, Randy Peers, before taking questions from the audience. This is a fantastic opportunity for Brooklyn-based entrepreneurs to gain insight into Brooklyn’s economic future and receive direct access to ask one of the city’s leaders important questions concerning their business.
Deputy Mayor Meera Joshi oversees New York City’s infrastructure portfolio. Prior to joining the Adam’s Administration, she was President Biden’s nominee for Administrator of USDOT’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, the agency responsible for the regulation of interstate trucking.
The Economic Development Breakfast is sponsored by JPMorgan Chase & Co., Two Trees Management, and United Airlines. For more information about the event and to purchase tickets, please visit here
. Tickets are $35 each for Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce members and $45 for non-members.
For sponsorship inquiries, please email Dina Rabiner at [email protected]
, or visit the event’s website
About Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce
The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce is the largest and fastest-growing Chamber of Commerce in New York. It was named 2017 Chamber of the Year by The Business Council of New York State. The Chamber promotes economic development across the borough and serves as an advocate for its member businesses. Its mission is to promote a healthy and robust business environment throughout Brooklyn. For more information, visit brooklynchamber.com
Blake Scotland[email protected]