Economic future seems bright in Woodstock
July 28, 2012 by Chloe
The Economic Development department of the town of Woodstock recently announced this month that the economy is on an upswing. With an impressive unemployment rate of 7.2%, Woodstock is substantially ahead of the surrounding townships, all of which have suffered following the worldwide recession of 2008. The mayor of Woodstock has indicated that the town is open for business.
Since that time, all laid-off employees have since been re-hired. The expansion of the Toyota plant this year, resulting in 400 new jobs, is a major factor in the Woodstock’s favorable economic forecast.
New business coming into Woodstock is now stimulating further investment. Smaller businesses, such as Ancra International, a company of ten employees who manufacture cargo restraint systems, are adding to the employment base and many more investors are approaching the town with serious inquiries.
Such a bright economic future is a great incentive to advertise to attract further investors to the community. Creatively designed poster printing and brochure printing can be used to promote the benefits of investing in the community and the potential profits to be made. The town can collaborate with printing companies to create attractive promotional material that they can give to investors.
For instance, the new transformer station near Commerce Way Industrial Park is a major attraction for potential investors. Promotional material that lists the types of businesses that can be supported, as well as the other benefits of locating in Woodstock, would help to entice investors to choose the growing community of Woodstock.