Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
New ontario east   presentation updated march 2011
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

New ontario east presentation updated march 2011

164
views

Published on

Published in: Business

0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
164
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide
  • Just over 497 Miles If you were to Advertise to Americans
  • Anne Doesn’t like inexpensive- Could use: Reasonable, Humble,
  • Transcript

    • 1.  
    • 2.  
    • 3. Over two Million people More than 200 communities
    • 4. WHAT DO WE DO? We promote Eastern Ontario as a centre for investment. We provide a one-stop shop - where investors and their representatives can find information they need to make educated, business decisions.
    • 5. Through shared resources and working collaboratively, we promote the region - highlighting the advantages of Eastern Ontario.
    • 6. MARKET ACCESS Within 800km of 50 million people Overnight surface delivery to 62% of all Canadians Bordering three of Canada’s four, largest markets
    • 7. TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE
      • highways 401, 417, 416
      • three border crossings
      • three international airports
      • three sea ports
      • CPR, CNR and VIA Rail
    • 8. COST OF DOING BUSINESS
      • 20% less for production workers, than you’d pay in Toronto
      • 12.3% lower operating costs than Toronto
      • 8.9% lower operating costs than Montréal
      • 20% less start-up capital costs compared to Toronto
      • serviced land starting at $30,000 per acre!
      • Ontario is home to the world’s soundest bank system.
      • Canada ranked No. 1 for Global Competitiveness report
      • from World Economic Forum, 2009.
    • 9. LABOUR
      • Dedicated, productive and motivated workforce
      • Highly-skilled, well educated with training programs readily available
      • Low turnover and absenteeism rates
      • Bilingual capability
      • Average pay rates lower than those in larger, urban centres
    • 10. QUALITY OF LIFE
      • Urban, small town, rural or
      • lakeshore – the choice is yours!
      • Four seasons of activities
      • Wide-ranging arts and cultural venues
      • Inexpensive real estate and utilities
    • 11. SECTORS OF ENGAGEMENT
      • Urban, small town, rural or lakeshore – the choice is yours!
      • Four seasons of activities
      • Wide-ranging arts and cultural venues
      • Inexpensive real estate and utilities
    • 12. FOOD – FOOD PROCESSING “ With the second-largest food processing cluster in the province, Ontario East has the highest ratio of large-to-medium companies – lower costs being a key factor.” Source: Ontario East Food Study, 2004
    • 13. GOOD COMPANY Nestlé, Parmalat, Abbott Laboratories, Olymel, Coca-Cola, Casco, Saputo, ANR Foods and Kelloggs - all, call Eastern Ontario home ...
    • 14. FOOD – FOOD PROCESSING
      • More than 9,000 food processing sector workers
      • Support services cluster
      • (temperature controlled trucking, warehousing, co-packing, stainless steel fabricators)
      • Center's of excellence and educational programs in food and agriculture
      • (Trent University, Loyalist College, St. Lawrence College, Queen’s University,
      • University of Guelph – Kemptville Campus, University of Ottawa)
      • Ontario East is one of the lowest cost food-processing jurisdictions in the G7
      • (according to the Competitive Alternatives report from KPMG, 2006)
    • 15. ADVANCED MANUFACTURING – GREEN ECONOMY
      • Manufacturing and fabricating,
      • with new opportunities in:
      • Solar
      • Wind
      • Waste water
      • Bio-energy
    • 16. NEW OPPORTUNITIES IN MANUFACTURING
      • Ontario East market-driven research is currently underway looking at:
      • Bio – health
      • Bio – med (medical devices)
      • Bio - agi
    • 17. MANUFACTURING - AVIATION Ready access to the aerospace clusters in the Eastern United States, wide-ranging global aerospace suppliers, deep commercial and military roots, plus lower costs Academic and industrial innovation at University of Ottawa, RMC and Algonquin College Requisite workforce of 3000 skilled-workers Rccess to facilities
    • 18. MANUFACTURING - AVIATION Aerospace corporate offices in or within close proximity of Ontario East, include: The Boeing Company (United States) EADS NV (France) ESCO Port Hope (United States) Lockheed Martin Canada (United States) Meggitt Training Systems Canada (United Kingdom) Saab International Canada Ltd (Sweden)
    • 19. MANUFACTURING - NUCLEAR Ontario East is at the heart of Canada’s nuclear industry with world-leading reactor developers - AECL and General Electric and home to R+D, including: Chalk River Laboratories (AECL) National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Queen’s University, University Network of Excellence in Nuclear Engineering (UNENE)
    • 20. LOGISTICS Ontario East hosts more than 30 million sq. ft. of warehouse/ distribution, third-party logistics, including: Lyreco National Grocers SCM Sears National Canada Distribution Centre Shoppers Drug Mart Tim Horton’s Sysco Serca Foods
    • 21. LOGISTICS – TARGET MARKETS
          • Goods destined to multiple markets
          • Distribution centres providing direct store delivery
          • Internet-based sellers, catalogue purchases
          • European and Asian companies looking to enter the North America marketplace
    • 22. CREATIVE ECONOMY
    • 23. CREATIVE ECONOMY Ontario East has developed a three-year plan to assist in building creative entrepreneurs - embraced by the rural, urban centres in Eastern Ontario.
    • 24. BUSINESS IMMIGRATION Ontario East works with Provincial and Federal government along with our municipal partners to host events to showcase investment opportunities in Eastern Ontario.
    • 25. INVESTMENT TOURISM
      • Investment attraction program targeting tourism products
      • Working with communities to ensure they are investment ready
      • Strong partnership with Ministry of Tourism - Investment
    • 26. INVESTMENT TOURISM Ontario East - opportunity
    • 27.  

    ×