Would you like to network effectively with associates and become part of the business fabric of Long Island?
Join LI Metro Business Action!
LIMBA is an action association which meets every Friday for informative talks with forum, focus, and force working with public officials on NY Metro area improvement projects. See the calendar page for more information.
Download our online membership form or pay for your membership online.
Meetings are held at the Holiday Inn, 3845 Veterans Highway, Ronkonkoma LI.
See the calendar page for specific meetings, or Click here for online breakfast registration.
We meet on Friday mornings. The room opens at 8:00 AM for networking. The program begins at 8:30 and adjourns promptly at 9:30
Meeting Fee $25 for non members $15 for members, which includes continental breakfast.
Above includes $105 annual subscription to LI Business News and a $10 discount when attending breakfast meeting.
We are always interested in hearing from speakers who will interest our members. Contact us, and we would be happy to consider your topic for review!
The Long Island Metro Business Action is an organization that was created by Paul Townsend, editor and founder of Long Island Business News, in 1968. Mr. Townsend enlisted the help of a few civic minded Long Island leaders, and LIMBA has had an effect on Long Island issues that is out of proportion to its small size. This organization continues the commitment of thoughtful commentary on issues of importance to the general public.
The organization has championed many improvements in infrastructure as well as providing a forum for respected individuals and institutions.
LIMBA itself has become an institution of sorts. Many of our leaders in government, education, business, science, environment and the arts have availed themselves to our forum. We welcome them all, and are happy to help them advance their worthy agendas.
The programs our speakers present, are designed to address perceived needs of the region, and thereby appeal to a broad audience.
The needs and problems facing this region do change over time, but the need for inspired leadership remains constant. This organization remains committed to providing those leaders an opportunity to communicate their ideas.