Economic Development

Attracting and Retaining Tech Talent in Buffalo Niagara

Last year, Buffalo did not make it into the CBRE’s top 50 cities for technology talent. While not in the top 50, Buffalo did make it in to CBRE’s The Next 25 Markets in the tech talent report. Tech talent has long been concentrated in major cities, but high operating costs and shrinking availability of tech talent has spurred a spillover of hiring momentum in smaller and upstart markets in the U.S..

Metro 50 State Tax Evaluation

Metro 50: Air Service

The Buffalo Niagara Partnership’s latest installment of our Metro 50 Buffalo Niagara series highlights one of our strengths: air service in the Buffalo Niagara region. Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BNIA) plays an essential role in the development of business and tourism in the Buffalo Niagara region. BNIA provides more direct non-stop routes than many peer metro airports and does so at consistently lower prices. What’s more, BNIA delivers that service at a nation-leading level of customer satisfaction.

What Area Manufacturers Need to Know About State and Local Economic Development Incentives

There are many different economic incentives available to help area manufacturers expand and strengthen their business. From tax abatements to economic development grants, local and state agencies offer these incentives to promote job creation and economic growth in our communities. Incentives can often mean the difference between a company starting a project or shelving it.