This conference brings together a variety of experts to explore the implications of an aging population for local communities in upstate New York. The key questions to be addressed include:
- How are the demographics of upstate New York changing and what forces are driving these changes?
- What are the characteristics of aging baby boomers and how are they likely to influence the demand for locally provided goods and services?
- How will aging baby boomers impact the way communities look and function?
- What challenges and opportunities will an aging population present for the region’s local governments, nonprofits and businesses?
- How should communities prepare for their graying demographics?
This conference is intended for professionals working in government, business, planning and design, health and social services, real estate, research, as well as community-based organizations, nonprofits and foundations.
Register online and pay by check
$75 registration fee ($50 for nonprofit) must be paid by check made payable to Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Send check to:
Buffalo Branch, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
40 Fountain Plaza, Suite 650
Buffalo, NY 14202
Conference fees will not be refunded after Friday, October 20. Cancellation requests must be made in writing.
Wednesday, November 1
9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Marx Hotel and Conference Center
701 East Genesee Street
Syracuse, New York 13210