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Home > Press > Saratoga Economic Development Corporation Launches Global Marketing Video: Life With Balance

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The Saratoga Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) launched a new marketing video today that serves as a business and workforce recruitment tool for Saratoga County and the Capital Region. Designed with international market appeal, SEDC is distributing the video globally, targeting technology sectors experiencing healthy growth and expansion into new markets. Video available here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2duNdfKSFA.

Saratoga Economic Development Corporation Launches Global Marketing Video: Life With Balance

Saratoga County, NY | Posted on April 5th, 2010

"This video is now another asset for Saratoga County, visually communicating that this is an environment designed for growth. We have a highly skilled workforce, strong academic colleges and universities, remarkable R&D facilities, superior infrastructure and a quality of life that remains unsurpassed in New York State," said Dennis Brobston, President of Saratoga Economic Development Corporation. "We are raising awareness in international markets, recruiting the best and the brightest workforce and attracting targeted industry sectors such as semiconductor, nanotechnology, clean-tech and biotech."

In the video, visionary leaders from industry and education provide insight: Doug Grose, CEO of GLOBALFOUNDRIES; Rick Whitney, President of M+W Group U.S.; Steve Janack, College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering; Sinclair Schuller, CEO of Apprenda; John Kolb, Vice President of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Andrew Matonak, President of Hudson Valley Community College.

In the video, Doug Grose states, "GLOBALFOUNDRIES, and before us AMD, chose Saratoga County for a variety of reasons, but right at the top of the list are people."

"With the incentives that were provided to the GLOBALFOUNDRIES site there is now a tremendous amount of systems infrastructure which semiconductor clients are looking for: redundant water supply, redundant power supplies, and these capabilities exist in other sites in the Saratoga County area," states Rick Whitney.

The video shows the advantageous proximity Saratoga County has to major markets in New York City, Boston and Montreal. It also highlights the unique quality of life that the community has to offer. The video is posted on the SEDC Web site and YouTube.

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About Saratoga Economic Development Corporation
The Saratoga Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) is a private sector, non-profit consulting firm, established in 1978, that works to retain existing businesses while creating new jobs in Saratoga County, New York. SEDC is the central point of contact for business development in Saratoga County and its mission is to create jobs and diversify the tax base while improving the quality of life for county residents. For more information visit our Web site: www.saratogaedc.com.

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