Business Unusual: Inside Healthcare with Dr. Kenneth Kaushansky of Stony Brook University

July 28, 2020 – Episode 11 of Business Unusual Weekly Recovery Webinar with business leaders Joe Campolo and Peter Klein as they welcome Dr. Kenneth Kaushansky, Dean of the School of Medicine and Senior Vice President of Health Sciences at Stony Brook University. As a physician, educator, and business leader, Dr. Kaushansky wears many hats, giving him a critical perspective to share with Long Islanders as we continue to navigate through Phase 4.

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Business Unusual: Hope Through the Arts with Tilles Center and Staller Center for the Arts

July 21, 2020 – Episode 10 of Business Unusual Weekly Recovery Webinar with business leaders Joe Campolo and Peter Klein as they welcome Alan Inkles, Director, Staller Center for the Arts at Stony Brook University, and William R. Biddle, Executive Director, Tilles Center for the Performing Arts – LIU Post. The discussion focuses on how arts organizations are collaborating to stay true to their missions and how they are adapting in ways that seemed unthinkable just a few months ago.

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Business Unusual: Sports Recovery with Guests from Long Island Ducks and Gym-Nest Gymnastics

July 7, 2020 – Episode 8 of Business Unusual Weekly Recovery Webinar with business leaders Joe Campolo and Peter Klein as they welcome Michael Pfaff, President and General Manager of the Long Island Ducks, and Bill Borges, owner of Gym-Nest Gymnastics, for an inside look at the future of sports. How do we create new sources of revenue against the stark economic impact of canceled seasons and lost ticket sales? What is the role of sports in bringing us together during times of

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Business Unusual: Transportation Navigation with Guest John Corrado of Suffolk Transportation Services Inc.

June 30, 2020 – Episode 7 of Business Unusual Weekly Recovery Webinar with business leaders Joe Campolo and Peter Klein and guest John Corrado, President of Suffolk Transportation Service, Inc. The discussion focused on how the sector is reopening, what the future looks like for riders, and the technology that can keep transportation moving forward including on-demand apps and “Uber-style” transit services.

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Business Unusual: Nonprofits & Business Associations

June 23, 2020 – Episode 6 of Business Unusual Weekly Recovery Webinar with business leaders Joe Campolo and Peter Klein and guests John Miller, President & CEO of Guide Dog Foundation and America’s VetDogs, and Terri Alessi-Miceli, President & CEO of HIA-LI. The discussion focused on the critical role that 501(c)(6) business organizations will have in our economic recovery and the challenges of operating on a national scale among a patchwork of differing state rules.

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Business Unusual: Infrastructure Investment with Rich Humann of H2M

June 16, 2020 – Episode 5 of Business Unusual Weekly Recovery Webinar with business leaders Joe Campolo and Peter Klein and guest Rich Humann, President & CEO of H2M architects + engineers. The discussion focused on how stimulus dollars are being used, whether infrastructure spending can fill tax voids in the middle of a pandemic, and whether we can grow our way out of this crisis by investing in infrastructure.

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Business Unusual: Real Estate Development Reimagined with Jim Coughlan of TRITEC

JUNE 9, 2020 – Episode 4 of Business Unusual Weekly Recovery Webinar with guest Jim Coughlan, Principal and Co-Founder of TRITEC Real Estate Company. This episode focused on the real estate development sector – a key piece of Long Island’s previously booming economy. Now that the COVID pandemic has changed how we work, live, and play, how will the real estate development sector respond to changing needs?

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Business Unusual: Survival Past PPP with Guest Kevin O’Connor, President & CEO of BNB Bank

Episode 2 of Business Unusual Weekly Recovery Webinar with guest Kevin O’Connor, President & CEO of BNB Bank. This discussion focused on long-term strategies for businesses to survive in our new world. While the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) remains the hot topic of the moment, it’s merely a stopgap. We need to start thinking now about how to survive once those funds run out. As leaders, we cannot rely on the PPP to save our businesses and our economy –

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