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Business Leader Briefing with Chef Marc Murphy on Climate Change and the Restaurant Industry

Please join Business Forward and the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce for a breakfast briefing featuring Chef Marc Murphy and Jim Doyle to discuss the effects of severe weather and climate change on the restaurant industry.

11/23/2015
When: Monday, November 23
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Where: Landmarc (Time Warner Center)
10 Columbus Circle
3rd Floor
New York, New York  10019
United States

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Please join Business Forward and the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce for a breakfast briefing featuring Chef Marc Murphy and Jim Doyle to discuss the effects of severe weather and climate change on the restaurant industry.

Business Forward’s Jim Doyle will present the findings of a new report comparing the cost of severe weather and the Clean Power Plan on the restaurant industry. The group will also discuss examples of how they have seen severe weather and climate change affect their restaurants and strategies for curbing climate change.

What:
Business Leader Briefing on the
Effects of Severe Weather and Climate Change
on the Restaurant Industry

Featuring:
Marc Murphy
Chef & Owner

Benchmarc Restaurants (Landmarc + Ditch Plains)
Benchmarc Events by Marc Murphy
President
Greater NYC Chapter,New York State Restaurant Association

Ken Biberaj
Chairman of the Board of Directors
Manhattan Chamber of Commerce

Jim Doyle
President

Business Forward, Inc. andBusiness Forward Foundation

When:
Monday, November 23, 2015
8:30am – 10:00am

Where:
Landmarc (Time Warner Center)
10 Columbus Circle, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10019

 

About Marc Murphy

Marc Murphy is the executive chef and owner of Benchmarc Restaurants, which include Landmarc [Tribeca], Landmarc [Time Warner Center], Ditch Plains, Kingside, and the forthcoming Grey Salt in Tampa, Florida. He also heads up the company’s catering division, Benchmarc Events by Marc Murphy, where his signature style of accessible contemporary cuisine transcends the boundaries of what is offered in his restaurant locations.

Murphy’s involvement in the industry moves beyond restaurants, with a regular role as a judge on the Food Network’s highest-rated hit, CHOPPED. He is also the President of the Greater NYC Chapter of the New York State Restaurant Association, a board member of City Harvest, Culintro and Passport NYC at the 92nd Street Y Culinary Camp, a member of the Food + Finance High School’s Industry Advisory Board, a member of the Leadership Council for Share our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign, and a national spokesperson for Share Our Strength’s Dine Out For No Kid Hungry. In 2012, Murphy joined the U.S. Department of State’s Diplomatic Culinary Partnership, where he takes part in public diplomacy programs that engage foreign audiences abroad as well as those visiting the United States. Murphy’s debut cookbook,Season with Authority: Confident Home Cooking was released in April 2015.


About Business Forward & Business Forward Foundation

With the help of more than 50 of the world's most respected companies, BusinessForward is making it easier for tens of thousands of business leaders from acrossAmerica to advise Washington on how to create jobs and accelerate our economicrecovery. Business Forward, together with its partners and members, have organized hundreds of local briefings with more than 450 senior Administration officials, Members of Congress, mayors, and governors.

The Business Forward Foundation is a research and educational organization that takes a business-minded look at policy issues affecting America’s economic competitiveness. Its research and events have covered the costs and benefits of immigration and health care reform, the impact climate change is having on American businesses, best practices in workforce development, and comparisons of leading deficit reduction plans.


About the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce

The Manhattan Chamber of Commerce (MCC) is a non-profit member organization, which serves as a primary resource and help for small and mid-size firms doing business in Manhattan. The MCC represents the voice of over 100,000 companies in Manhattan and partners with over 300 diverse business organizations. The Chamber supports the business community through advocating for positive business legislation, hosting three to four monthly networking events and seminars, expanding marketing opportunities, and international outreach. MCC’s mission is to advocate for, connect and educate the business community in Manhattan. MCC is also focused on providing opportunities for women and minority business owners, veterans and workforce development.

 

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