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The North Country Chamber of Commerce has announced the launch of a new brand and website for its economic development endeavors.

The new brand is "NYMTL: Where New York Meets Montreal", and the new website is now live at

"The new brand and site express our unique bi-national location and economic status in a creative way, inviting curiosity about a place where New York meets Montreal," says Garry Douglas, Chamber President. "In all of its extensive content, the site highlights the major advantages of our area as a location for international business and foreign direct investment, with many links to our economic development partners and other key resources."

Fully bi-lingual, in English and French, the site features informational sections on:

  • Available Space
  • Incentives
  • Workforce & Training
  • Permits & Zoning
  • Connections
  • Relocation Services
  • Our Cluster

The U.S.-Canadian border is one of the North Country's greatest assets and puts us in a truly unique position internationally," says State Assemblyman Billy Jones. "Our region has become a prime location for foreign businesses looking to succeed in the U.S. The NYMTL website now provides a hub for access to the resources and opportunities we have to offer and will definitely support further investment. It was my pleasure to secure funding for this initiative, and I look forward to continuing to work with the North Country Chamber on future projects that will help our area grow."

In addition to thanking Assemblyman Jones, Douglas expresses thanks to Susan Matton and Joel Wood of the Chamber staff who coordinated the design and content over several months; to Boire & Benner Group who did the design and technical work; and to the Chamber's partners who contributed content and ideas.

The North Country Chamber of Commerce is the largest business and economic development organization in northern New York and plays a leading role in promoting and facilitating cross-border and other international commerce and investment in the region.