A panel of local leaders Friday morning contrasted the major and minor changes necessary for innovation and business survival. The panel discussion took place before an audience of some 1,300 at the third annual Eyes on the Future 2009 economic summit, held at St. John Fisher College.
Headlining the event was Richard Bendis, who in December led discussions with the Obama administration transition team on government funding for entrepreneurship and job growth. Bendis, who participated in the five-person panel, advocated a series of small steps Rochester can take to become more relevant to attracting and retaining businesses.
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