Introducing the Halton Region Data Centre and Economic Development #DataInsights Blog Feature Series

data-centreGood business decisions require good data.  But, finding and interpreting the right data can be a challenging and time consuming exercise.   That’s why we are excited to announce the launch of the new and improved Halton Region Data Centre along with regular Economic Development #DataInsights feature blogs.

You can check out the new and improved Halton Region Data Centre here.  We’ve consolidated the most up to date information into one place and organized it to make it easy to find what you’re looking for.  We’ve got you covered with everything from demographics, quality of life, and transportation information to industry data, employment, and real estate and development statistics along with business costs.

And, the best part – if you can’t find what you’re looking for – contact us, and we’ll see what we can do!

Starting this fall, each #DataInsights feature blog will dive into a different piece of data and draw out the story it tells about Halton as one of the best places to do business within not only the Greater Toronto Area, but all of Canada.  For the most part, the data really does back that up!

If there are particular issues or topics you’re interested in, send us a note and we’ll consider them for future #DataInsights features.  We look forward to your feedback to help us make these features as interesting and useful as possible to both existing Halton businesses and those businesses just beginning to contemplate locating in Canada.

Contact us at ecdev@halton.ca and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn to stay in touch and up to date on latest economic development reports and statistics.

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