REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT HAS CLOSED.
The Chamber of Schenectady County will present the following eight honorees with awards at its 25th Annual Business Awards on Tuesday, October 22 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Glen Sanders Mansion, One Glen Avenue, Scotia.
The Rising Star Award, given to a business in operation for two years or less that has demonstrated commitment to the community and exhibits potential for long-term success, goes to The Bier Abbey
, owned by George Collentine, on lower Union Street in Schenectady.
The Niskayuna Co-op
, which recently completed a half-million-dollar renovation, takes away the Renaissance Award, given to a business, organization or group which has an outstanding appearance that has contributed to the revitalization of Schenectady County.
This year's Community Partner Award, bestowed upon an individual or organization which has shown significant commitment to partnering with other public and/or private entities to further the development of Schenectady County, honors The City Mission of Schenectady
Country Wine & Spirits
in Rotterdam is the Enterprise of the Year, recognizing a businesses with 100 employees or less distinguishing itself through achievements in growth and management. The store is owned by John and Carolyn Sabol.
, a manufacturer of advanced composite structures and high performance composite processing equipment, takes away the Tech Valley Innovation Award, featuring a business that has demonstrated extraordinary technical innovation.
The Entrepreneurs of the Year, known for their natural-born leadership skills and charismatic personalities, are the Capovani Brothers
(Michael and Edward) of Glenville, who buy and sell equipment used in the manufacturing of Semiconductor, Optoelectronic, MEMs and Nanotechnology products.
has been named the Corporation of the Year, employing more than 100 employees and distinguishing itself through achievements in growth and management.
Last but certainly not least, the Executive of the Year, reserved for a natural-born leader and charismatic go-getter who represents a large corporation is Walter Borisenok
Cost is $80 per person or $750 for a table of ten.