Welcome to the Dryden Business Directory
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Need help starting your business but not sure where to start?
Town of Dryden Planning Department
Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce
and their partner organizations have many resources available to you for building your business. For those just starting out on the path to creating your business, they recommend taking advantage of the no-cost New York State Small Business Development Center’s counseling sessions.
We are the voice of local business and our dedicated staff works hard to save you money, market your business and build your community. Just as you must provide value to your customers, we believe the Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce must provide value to our members. From numerous professional development programs to great networking opportunities, the Chamber helps you build your business by helping you meet new people and exposing you to more potential customers and clients.
Regional Economic Development Council
In 2011, Governor Cuomo created 10 Regional Councils to develop long-term strategic plans for economic growth for their regions. A key component of Governor Cuomo's transformative approach to economic development, these councils are public-private partnerships made up of local experts and stakeholders from business, academia, local government, and non-governmental organizations.
Over the past two years, as part of a process that has awarded over $1.5 billion for job creation and community development, the Regional Councils produced innovative plans and implementation agendas that truly reflect the distinct characteristics of each of the 10 regions of our great state.
New York is keeping the momentum going with a third round of funding this year for the Regional Councils, including $220 million to implement regional strategies and priorities.
The Regional Councils have redefined the way New York invests in jobs and economic growth by putting in place a community-based, bottom up approach. The third round of awards will once again allow the regions to continue pursuing and investing in its own economic destiny.