Stephen F. Day, Associate Broker/Owner of McKinney Real Estate
Stephen F. Day presentation introduced the concept of a Global Business Alliance to the regional community, showing examples of how this concept has successfully strengthened regional economies elsewhere in the U.S. and seeks support for promoting International Partnerships through Educational Forums and Business Relationships.
Stephen F. Day, Binghamton Global Business Alliance: Partnerships in an International Market, – 7 Mar. 2013 (Run time: 01:09:55)
Speaker - Stephen Day (McKinney Real Estate)
Attendees - Mercedes Andrus (Premier Senior Living), Lois Andrus, James Baumgartner (Office of the Broome County), Scott Bowen (Binghamton University), Stacey Duncan (Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce), Donna Fish (Independent Consultant), Bruce Gerringer (Sharptech), Merry Harris (Binghamton Local Development Corp.), Hadassah Head (Binghamton University), Alfredo Hung (Binghamton University), John Redente (Village of Sidney), Steve Johnson (Riger, A Marketing Communications Company), Thomas Kowalik (Binghamton University), Thomas LaMonte (Fred Riger Advertising), Beth Lucy-Speidel (Cornell Cooperative Extension – Broome County), Holly Lurie (EXIT Realty Front and Center), Susan McInvale (Binghamton University), Kevin McLaughlin (Empire State Development (ESD), Bobbie Nabinger (MonaVie), Timothy Smith (TDS Performance Improvement, LLC), Bob Stezzi (Bob Stezzi Training), Vern Stuart (McKinney Real Estate)
- T. Kowalik welcomed members and participants and provided an overview about SUNY BEST. He reminded everyone that this session was being recorded and a link to the recording would be placed on the SUNY BEST website.
- Attendees introduced themselves.
- Stephen F. Day, Associate Broker/Owner of McKinney Real Estate has focused on the international aspect of Real Estate, earning designations including CIPS (Certified International Property Specialist), GRU (Graduate Realtor Institute), and CRS (Certified Residential Specialist). His presentation was intended to introduce the concept of a Global Business Alliance to the regional community, show examples of how this concept has successfully strengthened regional economies elsewhere in the U.S., and seek support for promoting International Partnerships through Educational Forums and Business Relationships. It builds upon global and multicultural forces experienced within the United States, e.g., $82 billion worth of U.S. residential property was sold to foreign and immigrant buyers in 2010, 1.1 million new permanent residents are admitted to the U.S. each year, 13% of U.S. citizens are foreign born, and 40% of U.S. population growth has been by foreign-born Americans since 1990, to demonstrate the importance of creating a Global Business Alliance in the Southern Tier.
The next meeting is Thursday, April 4 from 10:00am – 12:00pm Meeting location and guest speaker will be announced at a later date.