A strong and clear voice for the business community

The Westchester County Association is the leading economic development and business advocacy organization serving Westchester County and the region.

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WCA Smart Growth Focus Areas

The Healthcare and Life Sciences Ecosystem is the anchor of Westchester’s economy. How is the WCA helping grow this $15 billion industry?
Westchester has never been better positioned for growth. How is the WCA ensuring the county capitalizes on its tremendous potential?
A ready and able workforce is central to Westchester’s economic vitality. How is the WCA connecting businesses with talent?
Today’s economy depends on a robust digital infrastructure. How is the WCA pioneering an effort to make gigabit-plus-speed connectivity the new standard across Westchester?
The Healthcare and Life Sciences Ecosystem is the anchor of Westchester’s economy. How is the WCA helping grow this $15 billion industry?
Westchester has never been better positioned for growth. How is the WCA ensuring the county capitalizes on its tremendous potential?
A ready and able workforce is central to Westchester’s economic vitality. How is the WCA connecting businesses with talent?
Today’s economy depends on a robust digital infrastructure. How is the WCA pioneering an effort to make gigabit-plus-speed connectivity the new standard across Westchester?

Why Westchester?

Westchester’s economy is growing faster than it has in decades. New companies are starting up and existing enterprises are expanding, drawing highly educated, passionate young people to contribute to the renaissance and creating a powerful cycle of business opportunity.

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Upcoming Events

Innovations in Talent & Training
All-Access Healthcare Forum
Building the Healthcare Workforce of Today and Tomorrow
The healthcare sector is leading the way in rethinking its workforce needs given all of the new systems of care delivery.
Annual Fall Leadership Dinner
Over 650 members of the business, government, and non-profit sectors come together to celebrate leadership in our community.
Holiday Networking Party
Join up to 200 current and future WCA members from businesses large and small for meaningful business development and holiday celebration.

News and Updates

Hudson Valley Economic Development Corporation (HVEDC) and the Westchester County Association (WCA) launched a strategic partnership to grow specific industry sectors such as healthcare and real estate, expand on each others’ workforce development initiatives, and close the digital divide through programs that promote gigabit-speed broadband connectivity.
In this special issue of City & State, we take a closer look at the lesser-known – but no less influential – movers and shakers of Westchester County. Since we cover politicians on a day-to-day basis, we limited this list to those who are not strictly in government but instead influence it from the outside.
The Westchester County Association (WCA) has completed a transition from a business membership organization to an economic development entity. In a press release announcing a rebranding, the 70-year-old group said the move would better reflect its policy and “action-oriented identity.”
Hudson Valley Economic Development Corporation (HVEDC) and the Westchester County Association (WCA) launched a strategic partnership to grow specific industry sectors such as healthcare and real estate, expand on each others’ workforce development initiatives, and close the digital divide through programs that promote gigabit-speed broadband connectivity.
In this special issue of City & State, we take a closer look at the lesser-known – but no less influential – movers and shakers of Westchester County. Since we cover politicians on a day-to-day basis, we limited this list to those who are not strictly in government but instead influence it from the outside.
The Westchester County Association (WCA) has completed a transition from a business membership organization to an economic development entity. In a press release announcing a rebranding, the 70-year-old group said the move would better reflect its policy and “action-oriented identity.”