WBEN Buffalo Business Report - Friday, September 13th 2019

Randy Bushover
September 13, 2019 - 5:43 am

M&T Bank has chosen LeChase Construction Services of Rochester to manage the build-out of its technology hub at Seneca One Tower in Buffalo.  According to Business First, the bank plans to hire 1,000 new technology workers in Buffalo over a five-year period.

David's Homestyle Meals & More on Transit Road in Depew has expanded distribution of their popular pre-cooked, heat & eat homestyle meals & soups 2GO to four additional locations.  The offerings are at  
both Omega Deli locations in West Seneca, The Country Peddler in West Seneca and at THE DELI in East Aurora.

Pegula Sports & Entertainment announced the Buffalo Bills and Toshiba America Business Solutions have extended Toshiba’s status as the Official Copier Provider of the Buffalo Bills with a new multi-year partnership agreement.  Financial terms were not disclosed.

A new public relations firm - Excelsior Strategies - has opened in Buffalo.  The firm is located in the Becker Mansion at 534 Delaware Ave., Suite 438.

Newly formed capital investment firm Gioia Capital has named Bruce Popko chief operating officer.

Christopher Fetter has joined The Fetter Agency and the Northwoods corporation located at 8810 Main Street in Williamsville.

Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center President and CEO Dr. Candace S. Johnson has been appointed to the Daemen College Board of Trustees.

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