Invest Buffalo Niagara has attracted more than $6.2 billion in new business investment to the Buffalo Niagara region since 1999.Canadian companies looking to expand their businesses into the U.S. have been a big part of this growth. They choose to expand for many business benefits including selling with a “Made in U.S.” label, mitigating bridge delays, and reducing their hydropower costs.Nearly 100 Canadian based businesses have benefited from our free project management services, saving time and money by leveraging our expertise.
Jack Connors and John Tebeau, past and present Publishers of Buffalo Business First respectively, announced today Buffalo Homecoming. Buffalo Homecoming is a conference that will bring successful expats back to Buffalo to learn about what has changed in the city since they left and what still needs improvement. The hope is that these expats re-invest in the community, in an industry or charity that they are passionate about.
Buffalo Niagara’s general economic resurgence has been positively impacted by the diversification of industries in our economy, howeveradvanced manufacturingremains our third largest industry sector with 66,000 employees.