BRBC BLOGS - MEMBERS & STAFF
Mickey's Mail - April 17, 2018
Mickey's Mail - 4/17/18
Surviving the “Burning Platform” and
Achieving Fiscal Stability
Occasionally, we here at the BRBC get to host an event that is extraordinarily special and important for our business community.
That opportunity is upon us now as this Friday morning, April 20, we will have two distinguished guests speak to us at an 8:00 AM breakfast at the Bridgeport Holiday Inn. They are the co-chairs of the Commission on Fiscal Stability and Economic Growth, Robert Patricelli and James Smith. They will present the commission’s report, which was just released last month, and report recommendations are before the state legislature right now.
I have known both Bob (for decades!) and Jim for a long time and can readily attest how critical their non-partisan report is for the future of our state.
I have seen their presentation twice and was riveted by it both times. They begin by discussing the “burning platform”, or the dire economic conditions our state faces, and then they focus on a series of recommendations to return our state to a fiscally stable condition.
Don’t miss this one. We all need to be fully apprised of the fiscal challenges our state faces. And some specific ways we can meet those challenges.
You can click HERE to register for the breakfast
Mickey's Mail - April 11, 2018
Mickey's Mail - 4/11/18
Economic Development, Jobs Growth and The QR
In the past three weeks, our three chambers of commerce in Stratford, Trumbull and Bridgeport have hosted their chief elected officials “State of the Town (or City)” annual address to our members. Mayor Laura Hoydick (Stratford), First Selectman Vicki Tesoro (Trumbull) and Mayor Joe Ganim (Bridgeport) each regaled us with all the economic projects that are underway in each of their respective jurisdictions.
Mickey's Mail - April 4, 2018
Mickey's Mail - 4/4/18
One of my Dad’s favorite expressions was “Life is Serendipity”. To me that always meant that life is full of unpredictable twists and turns. And he was, of course, right about that. Twenty-two years ago, I was afforded the opportunity to be the principal investor in what was to become the Bridgeport Bluefish Professional Baseball Club. I had been the founding CEO of Physicians Health Services twenty years earlier and could sense that some big changes were about to occur in my life.
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