City welcomes new businesses to the Hanlon Creek Business Park

Guelph, Ont., April 30, 2018—Local companies RKD and Zero In recently moved into their new, shared head office in the Hanlon Creek Business Park. They will be hosting their grand opening celebrations on Friday, May 11, which will include greetings from Mayor Cam Guthrie.

Both companies outgrew their previous office space in Guelph and chose to relocate to the Hanlon Creek Business Park because of its convenient access to the 401 and existing local business connections. The new office space also provides options for future expansions. The current move will include the addition of five to ten new jobs.

RKD and Zero In are examples of Guelph’s growing and thriving Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector. With Guelph’s central location in the Innovation Corridor, local ICT firms such as RKD and Zero In benefit from proximity to key customers, talent, investors, research and development, academic institutions and other regional assets.

RKD has 23 years’ experience providing custom website design, mobile application and software development. Zero In is Guelph’s only Premier Google Partner specializing in paid search, social advertising and lead generation. RKD and Zero In are committed to building long-lasting relationships and provide a professional, modern and engaging environment for employees and clients.

Join RKD and Zero In for their grand opening on Friday, May 11. Event details are available on Eventbrite.


“I want to thank RKD and Zero In for choosing to stay in Guelph, and grow in Guelph. They are the latest examples of our thriving information and communications technology sector – a sector that is central to Guelph’s place on the Innovation Corridor.”
– Mayor Cam Guthrie, City of Guelph

“We’re continually building partnerships with companies like RKD and Zero In to foster strong business relationships and encourage local economic growth. They are both a very welcome addition to the existing mix of businesses in the Hanlon Creek Business Park.”
– Christine Chapman, Economic Development Officer, City of Guelph

“We’re thrilled to have this unique home, designed to be open and welcoming to local businesses, and to inspire creativity and collaboration within our talented team.”
– Thom Ellsom, Partner & Director of Web Services, RKD

“Located in a fast growing area of Guelph, this office is a foundation for continued growth through our third decade of business. We appreciate the existing strong relationships we have with many businesses and associations and look forward to meeting more in our new facility!”
– Rudy Diemer, Founder & Director, Zero In

About Invest in Guelph

Invest in Guelph represents the business development outcomes identified in the City of Guelph’s economic development strategy, Prosperity 2020. Its purpose is to position and promote Guelph as an ideal place to do business.

For more information

Christine Chapman, Economic Development Officer
Business Development and Enterprise Services
City of Guelph
519-822-1260 extension 2823
[email protected]