Since 1887, The Brampton Board of Trade has served the needs of Brampton's business community. Whether a home-based operation or a large multi-national company, we are here to represent you. We identify issues and lobby all levels of government on your behalf and that of the Brampton Business community. Our members include: small businesses, corporate executives, public officials, community organizations, consultants, engineers...and the list goes on. Call us at 905.451.1122
Brampton - The Brampton Board of Trade was pleased to see the Government of Ontario, in its Provincial Budget announcement, take measures towards addressing some key economic issues, including investment in skills training, education, and infrastructure; however tax relief for business was modest.
Brampton - Have you been wondering what will happen to your business when you decide to retire? If you pass it along to the next generation, how do you choose a successor? If you sell, how do you ensure that you get good value for all you've put in? If you own a family business and are grappling with succession or sale issues, this presentation is for you.
Brampton - The Brampton Board of Trade was pleased to see the federal government present a budget that addresses some key interests of the Ontario business community. However, it did not go far enough to further stimulate economic development through tax relief.
Brampton - Networking is an essential skill in building your business. Join the BBoT for this interactive workshop that will introduce you to, or refresh you on, simple networking approaches that will enable you to feel more comfortable approaching strangers, think like a host rather than a guest, initiate compelling conversations, and make important business contacts.
Brampton - Neil Davis has been selected The Brampton Board of Trade's Business Person of the Year. The BBOT is planning a celebration and roast and the location has changed to the Pearson Convention Centre at 2638 Steeles Avenue East, to accommodate demand for tickets. The event is Thursday Feb. 21.
Brampton - In its formal submission to the Central West LHIN Task Force reviewing Peel Memorial Hospital redevelopment, The Brampton Board of Trade, highlighted that there are Five Key Principles that must be met relating to redevelopment of the hospital site that would provide an optimal solution for the Brampton community and the potential of the site.
Brampton - In a strongly worded letter to Dalton McGuinty, Brampton Board of Trade President Linda Ford has urged the Premier to keep Peel Memorial Hospital open, calling the closing a "health care crisis" for Brampton.