The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce will be the leading advocate for Seneca County Business.
The Finger Lakes Region and its Gateway Communities have experienced a major renaissance over the past decade. Jobs have been created, significant investment has been committed and regional wealth has outpaced the rest of upstate - helping attract more skilled workforce to the area. It is a success story that highlights the area's strong public-private collaboration as well as the strength of its unified strategic plan to move the Finger Lakes Forward.
|Finger Lakes Health||Health Care||1,845|
|del Lago Resort & Casino||Entertainment||1,200|
|Wegmans Food Markets||Grocery||1,194|
|Waterloo Premium Outlets||Retail Shopping||1,100|
|ITT Goulds Pumps||Manufacturing||1,000|
|Hobart & William Smith Colleges||Education||695|
|Mozaic||Services for Disabled||335|
|New York Chiropractic College||Education||275|
|New York State Electric & Gas||Utilities||175|
|Agriculture & Food Processing (Agribusiness)||Responsible for nearly a quarter of New York's agricultural output, the Finger Lakes Contains a robust ecosystem that supports all levels of the farm-to-table experience. From research to harvesting to food processing, the agribusiness industry is an important driver of the local economy.|
|Advanced Manufacturing & Technology||From aerospace to pumps and plastics, the Gateway Region is a hub for manufacturers that utilize cutting-edge technology., innovative applications and best practices that deliver more complex and highly functional products.|
|Higher Education||With more than two dozen colleges and universities located within its "educational triangle," the Finger Lakes has one of the nation's largest concentrations of students per capita.|
|Arts, Culture and Tourism||Tourism is a $3 Billion industry in the Finger Lakes and accounts for nearly 60,000 jobs. Regarded as one of the world's best wine regions, its distinguished history and natural scenic beauty also combine to make it a top destination - capable of attracting both visitors and complementary business operations.|