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Buffalo Niagara Enterprise

Thomas A. Kucharski

President and Chief Executive Officer

257 W. Genesee Street
Suite 600
Buffalo, New York 14202-2657
Phone : 800-916-9073
Toll-free : N/A
Fax : 716-842-1724
Email : info@buffaloniagara.org
Website : http://www.buffaloniagara.org

Targeted Industries

•   Back Office/Call Centers/Data Centers
•   Logistics, Warehousing & Distribution
•   Manufacturing
•   Retail

About Buffalo Niagara Enterprise

Founded in 1999, Invest Buffalo Niagara represents the eight counties of Western New York. We are the region’s nonprofit,
privately funded economic development organization focused on job creation.

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Site Selection Factors Impacting the Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry

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A blueprint for medical device & diagnostics practitioners to find the ideal site location & workforce within this $65B global business sector. more >>


NY: Circuit Clinical to Create 100 New Jobs and Expand R&D Operations

Development News | November 11, 2016

Medical co. participating in START-UP NY to partner with Buffalo Institute for Genomics and Data Analytics to advance clinical research. more >>


NY: Tesla & Panasonic May Join for Solar Manufacturing at SolarCity Site

Development News | October 19, 2016

Tesla & Panasonic entered into a non-binding letter of intent to collaborate on mfg, production of PV cells in modules in Buffalo, New York. more >>


NY: Ci Filing Systems to Expand, Create 80 New Jobs in Erie County

Development News | October 7, 2016

Mfgr & wholesale distributor of custom-made index tabs, file folders, file backs & legal dividers to expand its mfg operations, add jobs. more >>


NY: Athenex to Invest $1.2B, Create 1,400 Jobs in Buffalo

Development News | February 11, 2016

State investing $225M to support the Buffalo Medical Innovation and Commercialization Hub, help create new regional opportunities. more >>


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