Fall2016TillsonburgNewsletter

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News Briefs BNG of Tillsonburg Acquires Woodstock company Congratulations to Bossy Nagy Group (BNG) Professional Corporation of Tillsonburg on the acquisition of Bob Dieleman Professional Corporation! The acquisition signals BNG’s continued commitment to growth in the Oxford Area. BNG operates three locations in Southwestern Ontario (Tillsonburg, Woodstock and Delhi) and was recognized in 2014 as the Employer of the Year by the Tillsonburg Chamber of Commerce. Danbrook Automotive opens second location Congrats to Danbrook Automotive, who have purchased a second location at 47 Fourth St in Tillsonburg. Danbrook plans to move their rustproofing operations to the new location as well as offer MTO Safety Inspections on enclosed and utility trailers. Danbrook Automotive thanks their loyal customers who have allowed them to grow in this their 26th year in business. The Fall/Winter edition of the Discover Tillsonburg magazine is available at online.flippingbook. com/view/8041. Check out what’s going on in Tillsonburg this fall! Copies can also be picked up throughout the Tillsonburg area.

Broadway Booming!

Most towns and cities have at least a few “challenging properties” in their commercial core. Some buildings seem to be black holes of business, while others sit idle year after year. But if you think downtown renewal isn’t possible, think again. “If you drive south into Tillsonburg on Broadway, you’ll pass three major construction sites on your way into the downtown,” says Development Commissioner Cephas Panschow. “And they’re all

properties that have struggled to attract interest in the past.” Two of the sites on Broadway will soon house optometry practices while the third will be a large dental office. But it isn’t just service-oriented businesses that are investing in Tillsonburg; the retail sector is also growing. “We’ve had several new retail businesses open in the past few months including Roka Billiards, The Anchor Shoppe and

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Tillsonburg industrial app developer helping manufacturers transition to new economy

Do you feel like technology is your enemy? If so, you may want check out Opid Technologies as they specialize in replacing manual workflows (or existing legacy systems) with automated solutions that improve your ability to manage your company. Haven’t heard of them before? Opid Technologies is a Tillsonburg based custom software development agency that specializes in turning liabilities into profit.

Opid is passionate about helping companies succeed – whether that means custom software development, database design and optimization, circuit design, or product prototyping. Their passion has helped their customers save over $10.5 Million in efficiencies and they target projects that have a maximum return on investment of one year with some projects having a positive return in as few as three months. See Tillsonburg industrial app developer continued on Page 4

For more information contact: CEPHAS PANSCHOW , Ec.D. Development Commissioner cpanschow@tillsonburg.ca T: 519.688.3009, ext. 3250 www.tillsonburg.ca

The Town of Tillsonburg is a progressive and growing town of 16,000 people that is strategically located in the centre of Ontario’s agriculture and manufacturing heartland. The Town is working aggressively to leverage its location along Canada’s Trade Corridor, Highway 401, to position the municipally as best-in-class for investment by cutting red tape, streamlining processes and lowering its business and development costs. For more information visit www.tillsonburg.ca or www.discovertillsonburg.ca.

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