The Town of Tillsonburg has partnered with Siemens Canada on their recently released national “Trusted Partner” marketing campaign.
The campaign highlights the value that Siemens brings to companies and communities across Canada. The Town of Tillsonburg is the only municipality to be highlighted as part of the campaign.
“The Siemens investment in Tillsonburg is a great example of Tillsonburg’s longstanding history of partnering with the private sector to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes,” said Tillsonburg Mayor Stephen Molnar in a media release. “Their success in Ontario has been a cornerstone for our community’s growth and it has people excited about the future.”
The campaign includes website, ads and various marketing materials that help convey the strength of the relationship between the partners and Siemens.
Mayor Molnar says that Tillsonburg often markets itself as “Ontario’s Big Small Town,” and having Siemens in the community is perfect for projecting that image.
“Tillsonburg has a recognized history of identifying opportunities and developing unique partnership strategies that prove beneficial to private sector investment. Siemens has enhanced the industrial landscape of our community and their responsible approach to business will help us attract more development opportunities in the future.”
While Tillsonburg’s location in the heart of southwestern Ontario, along with low business costs, offers companies a competitive advantage, the Town knows that it cannot rest on its laurels.
“Another advantage of having a global company like Siemens in our community is that it gives us a chance to learn more about best practices in business management,” said Town Development Commissioner Cephas Panschow. "In fact, by working with Siemens to establish their plant here, we have learned a lot about how to support large investments and this has enabled us to be more proactive in terms of working with other companies.”
For more information, visit Siemens’ website at www.siemens.ca.