ReCharge NY is one of the state’s signature economic development initiatives. Through the program, qualifying businesses and nonprofits can focus on retaining jobs and strengthening their operations by controlling energy costs with stable, predictable pricing.
In 2019, Buffalo Niagara’s manufacturing industry imported nearly $11 billion in goods from other regions across the U.S. For plastics and adhesives, and electrical equipment suppliers Buffalo-Niagara looks outside our region for these products 80%+ of the time. Locating in Buffalo Niagara to feed the local supply chain is a great option for businesses to capture this marketing share.
If you’re paying attention even a little bit, you’ve heard the buzz about startups and how they are burgeoning in Buffalo. You may even have heard the phrase, “startup ecosystem” and wondered, what the heck is that?! If you are a founder, a founder-to-be (someone who’s always had the entrepreneurial spirit but isn’t sure how to get started), a thought leader, or idea generator - you’re part of the “startup ecosystem”.
Despite popular opinion, millennials are growing up. And though they may still let their man buns down as they take their French bulldog named Henry for a walk, they are also starting to settle down and search for homes.