NEWS RELEASE: Think Canada and Grey County Team up to Attract New Business to the Community
Think Canada is proud to announce that Grey County has become a community partner for the Think Canada 2018 Global Business Summit. Both parties will be working diligently to showcase Grey County and what it has to offer to support the intake of foreign businesses.
The Southwestern Ontario County was named to the Top 7 Intelligent Communities in the world this year by the Intelligent Community Forum. Grey County offers an excellent opportunity for both business growth and development in key sectors such as health care, tourism and agriculture. The county also offers unique investment opportunities in sectors such as manufacturing and energy.
“Grey County is quickly earning a reputation as an untapped opportunity for foreign direct investment. Our close-knit rural communities’ foster strong regional collaboration and our local municipal leaders continue to make progressive decisions to support growth and development,” said Savanna Myers, Manager of Economic Development. “Grey County is proud to partner with Think Canada and we are excited to showcase Grey County’s assets on the world stage.”
Nearly 10,000 business call Grey County home, and benefit from the county’s existing infrastructure. Highways, available land, industrial and commercial buildings, in addition to the Wiarton Keppel International Airport and access to both the Great Lakes (Via Georgian Bay, Owen Sound Harbour) and metropolitan areas such as the Greater Toronto area are all available throughout the county.
Grey County has the business opportunities and readily available resources to stimulate economic growth and development through both government and business ventures. Through these partnerships with desirable communities such as Grey County, Think Canada is able to connect exceptional companies and business professionals to these communities, the resources and opportunities they have to offer.
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