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  • The Long Island Association’s Priorities and Initiatives for 2019 include the critical issues, policies and projects we will advocate for on behalf of the Long Island business community this year.

  • Manufacturing declined modestly for the second consecutive month, reflecting the escalating trade war with China. The service sector improved but at a slower pace than previously. 

  • To keep you informed on the latest news regarding the LIA, we are providing you with clips of the most recent media coverage the LIA has received.


  • Friday, January 10, 2020
    8:00 a.m. Registration & Networking
    8:30 a.m. Program & Continental Breakfast
    Crest Hollow Country Club • 8325 Jericho Turnpike • Woodbury • Long Island

    Start the New Year with a Long Island Update from our County Executives and Special Guests from Albany. A great way for you and your business to get a head start on 2020! 

    For Sponsorships and Reservations call LIA Major Events (631) 493-3009 or 3033



  • The LIA Small & Mid-Sized Business Committee welcomes the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Long Island stakeholders. We will hear from representatives of the Small Business Administration’s New York District Office about the variety of ways they can assist the Long Island small business community including advocacy, capital access programs and benefits, government contracting, and more.


  • Governor Andrew Cuomo:
    “Since 1926, the LIA has worked tirelessly to make Long Island a great place to live, work and visit; supporting and stimulating area businesses and improving the quality of life for residents and families. I commend LIA President & CEO Kevin Law, the terrific Board of Directors and your dedicated staff for all the good things you do for the businesses and people of Long Island and New York State.”

  • The Long Island Nets are the wholly owned and operated NBA G League affiliate of the Brooklyn Nets and the 2018-19 NBA G League Eastern Conference Champions. As a direct affiliate of the NBA franchise, the Long Island Nets provide the Brooklyn Nets with an avenue for player and staff development in a consistent environment.

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