BorderNet to launch Web-based information centre

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TORONTO, Ont. – BorderNet has established a new business model for site selection within the most powerful bi-national economic region in the world.

The region extends from Ottawa to Toronto, Niagara, Buffalo, Plattsburgh and Syracuse. “We have identified over 300,000 corporations within this region to profile on our Web information center so to attract cross border and international B2B joint venture opportunities,” says Willie Moskowitz, executive director for BorderNet.

It will create a one-stop-shopping environment for companies to conduct business. “Our database will provide strategic alliance for positioning business operations,” says Moskowitz. “It shows the macroeconomics of the bi-national region.”

For details, call 416 815-8898 or visit

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