Plus, Perwitz Celebrates 15 Years with OOC
Plus, Perwitz Celebrates 15 Years with OOC
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Oswego County Economic Development News

May 26, 2022
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Supply Chain Management for Small Business Webinar Series

If you have a business that is deeply affected by supply chain issues, this series will give you the tools to navigate this challenging environment. The course will be broken up into four monthly supply chain classes, each lasting 3 hours, conducted via Zoom, June - September, 2022, 9AM - 12PM (each webinar).
This webinar series will include the following topics, on the following dates:
  • 6/01/22: Introduction to Supply Chain Management - State of the US Economy & What is Supply Chain Management
  • 7/06/22: Making & Planning - Ways to Manage Demand, Costs & Labor Issues
  • 8/03/22: Sourcing - Minimizing Price Increases & Ways to Manage Costs/Leadtime Issues
  • 9/07/22: Deliver - Ways to Manage Freight Costs/Issues & Most Efficient/Effective Way to Ship
This Webinar Series will be Taught by: Patrick Penfield is a Professor of Practice - Supply Chain Management and Director of Executive Education at the Whitman School of Management - Syracuse University. He has his Sustainable Resource Management and is Certified in Purchasing Management (CPM), Certified Fellow in Production and Inventory Management (CFPIM) and Certified in Integrated Resource Management (CIRM).
The button below will take you to the Eventbrite registration page. The cost for the series is $40.
The event is sponsored by Onondaga SBDC, Syracuse University - Whitman School of Management, CNY TDO and Cornell Cooperative Extension - Madison County.

Perwitz Celebrates 15 Years with Operation Oswego County

Karen Perwitz, Operation Oswego County’s Administrative Coordinator, is celebrating her 15th anniversary with the company.
Ms. Perwitz joined OOC in 2007 as Administrative Secretary. Over the years, she took on many responsibilities beyond those required in her role. Ms. Perwitz was recently promoted to the role of Administrative Coordinator. She is now responsible for the Operation Oswego County, Operation Oswego County Foundation, County of Oswego Industrial Development Agency and Oswego County Civic Facilities Corporation record keeping and reporting to state and federal agencies. She will also monitor financing portfolios and help coordinate required audits.
“We are very pleased to have Karen as part of our economic development team,” said OOC executive director L. Michael Treadwell, CEcD. “She knows our business well and is already making improvements in her new position.”
Ms. Perwitz is a graduate of Leadership Oswego County and has served on several boards since. She is currently serving on the board of directors for Fulton Block Builders and the United Way of Oswego County. Ms. Perwitz is also a NYS licensed Notary.
Operation Oswego County is a private, non-profit economic development organization that works to enhance and protect the business climate of Oswego County. For more information, call OOC at 343-1545, or visit our website.
44 West Bridge Street | Oswego, NY 13126 US
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