Buffalo Niagara is creating a manufacturing campus to address the ever-evolving industry so that we remain at the forefront of that flux. Catherine Muth represents the Buffalo Niagara Manufacturing Alliance and acts as a liaison to the Northland Workforce Training Center. We talk about how Buffalo is prepared for the future and how we can leverage our rich history for an even better tomorrow.
I have been working with Canadian companies looking to expand into the U.S. market for over 11 years. Many of the companies I work with are manufacturers or warehouse/distribution operations in the Southern Ontario area. They tend to be small to medium size companies that have some percentage of U.S. sales and/or are purchasing U.S. based raw materials.
Economic Development Week is a great opportunity each year to share our story and the stories of our partners throughout the community. We are grateful to everyone in our region helping to better Buffalo Niagara. We’re also so proud to represent this great region, especially during such an exciting time as we are amid a renaissance recognized on a national scale.
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.