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Brookhaven Business Advisory Council Survey 2012

Brookhaven Business Advisory Council Survey 2012

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2011 survey by the Brookhaven Business Advisory Council
2011 survey by the Brookhaven Business Advisory Council

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Published by: Long Island Business News on Jun 19, 2012
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Annual Survey o Brookhaven Businesses 2012
Brookhaven Business Advisory Council
 
Editors
Bruce Newman
BBAC President
Ken Cerini,
CPA, CFP, DABFAManaging Partner Cerini & Associates, LLP
Lisa MG Mulligan
Brookhaven Director of Economic Development &CEO of the IndustrialDevelopment Agency
Michelle Cooper Dina Isola
BBAC Survey Committee
Associate EditorData CollectionWriter
Theresa Weston
Marketing Coordinator Cerini & Associates, LLPPandora Marketing Consultants
Page Layout & Design
Carrie-Anne Gonzalez
Cerini & Associates, LLPCommercial Designer Pandora Marketing Consultants
Contributors
 Tableo Contents
DEMOGRAPHICS 4OPERATIONS 10STRATEGIC PLANNING 17
 
A Wordrom bbac
Dear Brookhaven Business Owner,We are pleased to present the Second Annual Brookhaven Business Advisory Council(BBAC) Survey of Brookhaven Businesses. The Second Annual Survey, whichreceived 153 responses, is designed to better understand and gauge the economic statusof businesses in the Town of Brookhaven. The survey was initiated in 2010 as part of Town Supervisor Mark Lesko’s broader initiative to improve the climate for businessesin Brookhaven.Survey results were collected from a variety of business owners during the monthsof October, November, and December 2011. While survey results show that many businesses are very concerned with the weak economy, healthcare costs, andrising taxes, there were some favorable indicators for Brookhaven, including anoverwhelming majority of respondents who view Brookhaven as a positive place to do business.We extend our sincerest thanks to Brookhaven Supervisor Mark Lesko, for supportingthis publication and for his steadfast commitment to making Brookhaven the placeto do business. We would also like to thank Lisa Mulligan, Director of BrookhavenEconomic Development, and her staff for assisting in the production of this survey,the staff of Cerini & Associates, LLP who worked to aggregate the data, and PandoraMarketing Consultants for designing and producing this publication.We encourage you to take the time to review the survey. It puts into perspective thechallenging environment that businesses face on Long Island while illustrating thestrong optimism present within our business community.Please feel free to email us at bbac@brookhaven.org or call 631-451-6563 if you havequestions or comments.
 The 2012 BrookhavenBusiness Advisory Council
Annual Survey of Brookhaven Businessesis brought to you by:
Bruce NewmanBBAC President

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