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Prime Data Expands Location

September 19, 2017  By PrintAction Staff

Prime Data cut the ribbon on its new, expanded facility in Aurora, Ontario. Cutting the ribbon, from left to right: Aurora Mayor Geoff Dawe, Kyle Peterson, MP for Newmarket-Aurora, Steve Falk, President of Prime Data, The Hon. Chris Ballard, MPP for Newmarket-Aurora and Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Melanie Anderson, representing Leona Alleslev, MP for Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill. Glenn Rodger Photography

Prime Data has expanded and centralized its production, IT and administration in Aurora, Ontario. On September 15, the company celebrated its move to 180 Industrial Parkway North with vendors and customers, as well as Kyle Peterson, MP for Newmarket-Aurora, The Honourable Chris Ballard, Minister of the Environment and Climate Change and MPP for Newmarket-Aurora, as well as His Worship Mayor Geoff Dawe.

“Within the past two years, we’ve expanded well beyond the capacity of our original location,” said Steve Falk, President of Prime Data. “We had to move production to a new location to accommodate investment in a new, state-of-the-art elan variable colour printer and the increased workload that came with that.

“Meanwhile our customer service and support functions stayed at the original office,” continued Falk. “We’re now in a position to bring everybody back under one roof in a larger, more convenient location.”


Founded more than 15 years ago, Prime Data focuses on providing fundraisers and private sector marketers print and mail solutions for their cross-channel marketing campaigns. The company brands a range of its multi-channel capabilities under the term ResponsivePrint. Prime Data employs more than 40 people and was recognized as a Top Performer in Direct Mail growth by Canada Post in 2016.

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