The Buffalo Niagara Partnership’s five Economic Councils help sharpen our focus on key industries driving our regional economy and the issues most important to local employers.
The water that divides America and Canada became a meeting point for business executives from both sides of the border earlier this month. Members of the Buffalo Niagara Partnership’s CanAm Council joined members of our three industry councils and members of the Greater Niagara and Hamilton chambers of commerce on a boat tour of the Buffalo Harbor.
In our bi-national economy one way to grow your business is to look north to Canada. The Buffalo Niagara Partnership hosted its first Export Resources Forum earlier this month – where companies learned how they can use local resources to cost-effectively export their goods. And now we are passing this expertise and knowledge on to you.
On June 1st, the Buffalo Niagara Partnership is hosting an Export Resources Forum, where companies can learn how to use local resources to cost-effectively export their goods.
At Berardi Immigration Law, we provide innovative business immigration solutions to U.S. and Canadian companies with cross-border operations. A Canadian citizen who enters the U.S. to provide management services or perform hands-on work activities should obtain a temporary work permit. Below, we take a closer look at three of the most common options for Canadians.
Working with our partners at Unshackle Upstate and other regional chambers of commerce, we were able to successfully remove the ‘Buy American’ provision from the adopted state budget.
The Can/Am Border Trade Alliance took its message and muscle to Washington, DC last month for its 23rd annual conference.
The CanAm and Logistics & Transportation Councils toured a Foreign Trade Zone that’s right in Buffalo’s backyard at WP Warehousing.
In April, the Buffalo Niagara Partnership hosted over 200 Canadian and American business leaders in Niagara Falls at our Unleashing the Power of the Mega-Region event. Focused on connecting businesses from both sides of the border, the afternoon featured targeted presentations, facilitated discussions on cross-border growth, and live polling.
There is no denying the economic power of the Great Lakes region.