Buffalo's Tech Scene is booming

As a proud Buffalo manufacturing company, Cobey is excited to see growth and new businesses moving to WNY.  In 2006 Cobey moved to its current location in Buffalo across from Gallagher Beach when there was very little business activity in the area.  Over the past few years the area has been revitalized with new parks, trails, and waterfront access.  The new construction has turned the old steel districts into a destination for biking, kayaking, fishing and enjoying the Buffalo waterfront.  It has been amazing to see the progress in such a short time. This momentum has started to carry over and is helping attract entrepreneurs to set up shop here in Buffalo. This USA Today article puts a spotlight on the up and coming tech scene filtering into WNY.

“Blue-collar Buffalo is undergoing a high-tech renaissance. From major expansion projects by Solar City and IBM to a myriad of start-ups, such as virtual dressing room triMirror and social-media app KeepUp, this western New York city of 261,000 is slowly transforming into an attractive destination for tech entrepreneurs.

As the city slowly emerged from its funk through growth in advanced manufacturing and medical research about 15 years ago, tech and other industries began to land here this year. Today, construction cranes scatter the skyline. There are sites for a 1 million-square-foot Solar City manufacturing center (valued at $1 billion), the addition of 500 IBM jobs and an extension to the University at Buffalo's medical research facilities.”

Read more: USA Today - Buffalo's tech scene reboots the city

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