Between COVID and a new U.S. President, the immigration landscape between the U.S. and Canada has experienced both victories and challenges. Some of the major changes and roadblocks that have occurred over the past three months include:
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.
Circuit Clinical is a clinical trials company located right here in Buffalo, New York. The company was founded by Irfan Khan, who at one point was receiving pressure from investors to relocate the company to Denver, Colorado. He was so close to making the decision, that he was actually looking at houses in Denver. But, he ultimately chose Buffalo and was able to convince his investors that it was the right place to be.
The U.S./Canadian border remains closed as COVID and its uncertainty have followed us into 2021. But that does not mean progress has to stop on your U.S. expansion plans. Lots can be accomplished from your Canadian headquarters. Here’s a few things you can work on for your U.S. expansion from the comfort of your virtual office (you won’t even need to change out of your pajamas!)
Buzzwords like “density” and “collisions” often litter the collateral of the startup and health care fields, among others. But those words are far from filler. As my college English professor used to say, “Clichés are clichés for a reason.”