Join Citrin Cooperman for a live interview with Andrew Rigie, executive director of The New York City Hospitality Alliance. This 30-minute session will cover how one of the frontmen fighting to save the NYC restaurant and hospitality industry is winning the war.
About The New York City Hospitality Alliance (The Alliance): The Alliance is a not-for-profit association founded in 2012 to represent and serve restaurant and nightlife establishments throughout the five boroughs. Home to more than 24,000 eating and drinking establishments, employing more than a quarter of a million people, the industry is vital to the economic footprint and social fabric of New York City.
The Alliance bridges the gap between the hospitality industry, government, and the press. They advocate for a fair and equitable regulatory environment that removes barriers to entrepreneurship and job creation. They seek to reduce unnecessary regulatory burdens, streamline the permit and licensing process, cut the red tape, and represent the industry's perspective on proposed laws, regulations, trends, and other matters impacting restaurant and nightlife establishments.
Meet Our Guest Speaker:
NYC Hospitality Alliance
|Stacy Gilbert, CPA
New York City Managing Partner,
Co-Leader, Restaurant & Hospitality Practice