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4 things to know about Northland Workforce Training Center

Today our team hosted over 30 regional manufacturing leaders for a tour of the new Northland Workforce Training Center (NWTC).

Alan Rosenhoch   |     Feb 06, 2019

Learning to lead in Buffalo Niagara

This year, my colleague Olivia Hill and I have been given the opportunity to participate in Leadership Niagara and Leadership Buffalo, respectively.

Greg Pokriki   |     Feb 01, 2019

POD: Jack Connors & John Tebeau, on Buffalo Homecoming

  

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.

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Greg Pokriki   |     Jan 29, 2019

Top advanced manufacturing job openings in Buffalo Niagara

Buffalo Niagara’s general economic resurgence has been positively impacted by the diversification of industries in our economy, however advanced manufacturing remains our third largest industry sector with 66,000 employees.

Matthew Hubacher   |     Jan 23, 2019

2018 Canadian expansions recap

2018 was yet another successful year for Canadian companies expanding to the U.S. Below is a list of companies our organization helped navigate the complex expansion process.

Carolyn Powell   |     Jan 14, 2019

3 resources for 3D printing in Buffalo Niagara

The additive manufacturing industry is growing. 3D printing is no longer just a basement hobby or even solely for rapid prototyping. Meaningful innovations are being made thanks to additive manufacturing. It is the future. Buffalo Niagara understands that and is ready for it.

Alan Rosenhoch   |     Jan 11, 2019

IBM catalyzing high-tech industry in Buffalo Niagara

Buffalo's high-tech industry is growing every day, through startups and established companies. One of those dedicated to helping to grow the regional sector is IBM.

IBM established its Buffalo Innovation Center in 2015 because it saw where the region was headed. Since opening, the company has continued to expand and has welcomed other high-tech tenants to its Innovation Center, originally imagined as a hub of technology and innovation housing 500 high-tech employees of various, co-locating companies. That dream is well on its way to full reality, too. And it has started with IBM itself.

Greg Pokriki   |     Dec 18, 2018

Where are the growing jobs in advanced business services?

Over the past few months, Invest Buffalo Niagara undertook an extensive study of the advanced business services industry in our region. The research team interviewed and polled stakeholders and compiled qualitative and quantitative data on specific industry, subsectors, companies, occupations, education programs and training opportunities.

Matthew Hubacher   |     Dec 11, 2018

Taking Buffalo Niagara on the road

This week, multiple members of the Invest Buffalo Niagara team are dispersing across the country and even internationally to spread word of Buffalo Niagara’s resurgence.

Greg Pokriki   |     Dec 03, 2018

Sagent is wise for leveraging Buffalo Niagara talent

Sage wisdom. Agent of change.

Greg Pokriki   |     Nov 29, 2018

#BuffaloWorksHard

Sarah Larson   |     Nov 19, 2018

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    Founded in 1999, Invest Buffalo Niagara represents the eight counties of Western New York. We are the region’s nonprofit, privately funded economic development organization focused on job creation.