Future Access Celebrates Grand Opening Success

Submitted: February 03rd, 2016




Future Access Celebrates Grand Opening Success

Future Access Inc. hosted its grand opening on February 2nd to celebrate its first 20 years in business.

 

ST. CATHARINES, ON - The Future Access office was buzzing with over 350 business leaders yesterday, all present to celebrate the company’s 20th anniversary and grand opening.  Notable speakers included Niagara Regional Chair Alan Caslin, St. Catharines Mayor Walter Sendzik, CEO of the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce, Mishka Balsom, and CEO of Innovate Niagara, Jeff Chesebrough, all present to welcome Future Access to its new home.

 

As part of the ceremonies, Future Access Inc. President, Bill Janzen, briefly introduced the changes that would be coming to Future Access. “We’ve nearly doubled our staff over the past year, and we’re not done growing yet,” said Janzen.  “We’re always willing to take risks and try new things, so the sky's the limit for where we can go.”

 

Even the sky itself may not be a limit for this growing company.  Once entirely focused on web design and development, Future Access introduced their new aerial videography and video production services at yesterday’s event.  Along with a full suite of digital marketing services, the Niagara-based digital agency is a one-stop solution to help businesses succeed online. It’s an exciting time for Niagara’s digital industry, as Future Access clearly plans to continue its legacy of leadership.

 

“It’s great to be so close to downtown, and be part of the downtown business community,” said Janzen. The new office, now prominently located in the former Scotiabank building at the corner of Niagara St. and Welland Ave. in St. Catharines, allows Future Access to act as a hub for its clientele. It’s rather symbolic of the company’s mindset, as Future Access has always aimed to be an integral part of Niagara’s economic and cultural health. This is evident in their partnerships with the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce, Innovate Niagara, Brock University, Niagara College, the Niagara Industrial Association and many others.

 

Janzen wrapped up by reflecting on the past, and then looking to the future.  “It’s been an amazing 20 years so far, and we can’t wait for what is in store for the next 20 at Future Access.” 

For additional information call Future Access at (905) 323-9818 or visit www.futureaccess.ca