In honor of the 12th annual International Networking Week, BNI Upstate New York will host an open event for business professionals at Hyatt Place Malta in Malta on Feb. 5 at 7 a.m.
The cost is $10 and provides attendees the opportunity to network with other professionals in the area while learning the potential benefits of referral marketing on their businesses.
It will feature networking activities over coffee. Throughout the morning, attendees will have the opportunity to meet other members of the local business community, exchange information and begin building new relationships, while practicing valuable networking skills.
For more information, visit www.internationalnetworkingweek.com. To register, visit bniupstateny.com/en-US/events
BNI is a leading referral organization, with over 245,000 members in 70-plus countries.
The deadline to enroll in affordable health insurance coverage through the NY State of Health Marketplace is fast approaching as open enrollment ends on Jan. 31. Adirondack Health Institute is offering free enrollment assistance services to individuals, families and small business owners in Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, Saratoga, Warren, and Washington counties to meet the deadline and is strongly encouraging the public to make a free appointment today, rather than waiting until the last moment.
Enrollment specialists provide no-cost, unbiased assistance to help clients determine their best health insurance coverage options, according to Joyce Porter, AHI’s enrollment assistance services and education program manager. “
Individuals may call AHI’s toll-free number, 1-866-872-3740, or visit www.ahihealth.org/ease/appointment-request to schedule a no-cost appointment with an enrollment specialist.
Dr. Timothy McAuley, founder, chairman and chief executive officer of CHANGE (Consulting for Health, Air, Nature, and a Greener Environment, LLC), will host a community forum that will cover a variety of topics around environmental contaminates and exposures at The Queensbury Hotel on Friday, Feb. 1 from 6-8 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
The forum will commence with a presentation on air pollution and exposure assessment by Dr. McAuley, after which the floor will be opened to questions from the community. Attendees are encouraged to ask questions around climate change, environmental stability, “living green”, or any other topic related to environmental exposure and risk assessment.
Those interested in attending the forum do not need to register in advance. Seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.