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Expand the the U.S. Workshop

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Location: Dobisky Visitors Center
Address: 100 Riverside Avenue
Town: Ogdensburg, NY
Date: Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Time: Registration begins at 7:00 a.m.

The Expand to the U.S Workshop will introduce Canadian companies to expansion opportunities in Ogdensburg, St. Lawrence County, and throughout the New York State and is co-sponsored by the U.S. Commercial Service of the Embassy of the United States of America, the Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority and the St. Lawrence County Industrial Development Agency.

Participation Fee is US $40.  For questions concerning the event, please contact Luz Betancur, U.S. Commercial Services Representative, phone: 613-688-5411 or email: luz.betancur@trade.gov

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Power Up Your Bottom Line with a U.S. Facility.
Come to St. Lawrence County, New York!

Are increasing energy rates threatening your competitiveness?  Are you having challenges getting your products, services, or people across the U.S. – Canada border? Could your firm benefit from sales to federal, state, and local public sector customers in the United States?

If so, St. Lawrence County in northern New York State, offers a strategic U.S. location complete with a great selection of industrial sites, a dynamic labor pool, competitive financing programs and incentives, training funds & technical assistance, and some of the lowest cost and most reliable electricity in North America – all within convenient driving distance of Toronto, Montreal, and Ottawa.

Establishing a U.S. facility may offer you significant cost benefits and other strategic advantages to help grow your business in the United States.

Start your U.S. Market Expansion in St. Lawrence County, New York!

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