Perfectly Positioned for Success
Our strategic location is just one of our assets
Fueling businesses with talent from the region’s acclaimed colleges and universities, and green, clean energy from Niagara Falls, Buffalo Niagara is enjoying success today and positioned for long-term growth tomorrow in advanced manufacturing, life sciences and biotechnologies, finance, education, and advanced agriculture – all within one of the most affordable and enjoyable regions of the country – come grow your business with us.
Sharing an international border is a superuous formality. We have always worked and played equally on both sides. Our neighbors are welcoming and sincere. Everyone I worked with at the state level, EDA and InBN have been most accommodating.Mario Pingue, CEO, Niagara Food Specialties Success Stories
We have been overwhelmed by the positive reception we've received. We've been greeted with support, kindness and the belief that Bak USA will be much more than a company that manufactures tablet PCs.Ulla Bak, President, Bak USA Success Stories
Relocating from northern California was a major decision. The welcoming nature of the Buffalo Niagara economic development community and the continued follow up provided by InBN made the decision-making process that much easier.Casey Decker, President, Sierra Biological Success Stories
The Buffalo Niagara region's fantastic educational system and the state of New York's focus on encouraging the growth of local business were the deciding factors for TROVE's decision to expand locally rather than in another location.Dr. Adam Stotz, CTO, TROVE Success Stories
Invest Buffalo Niagara, along with state and local agencies, have greatly contributed to our decision to locate and grow our new business in the WNY area. The ongoing support of Invest Buffalo Niagara and the accomplished workforce of WNY will ensure our success here.Hany Tadrus, Business Development Director, TexWeb Success Stories
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New York’s second-largest city, Buffalo owes its prominence – and its remarkable collection of early 20th-century architecture – to the Erie Canal, which turned it into a shipping powerhouse, and Niagara Falls, which made it one of the world’s first electrified cities.