It has been a difficult week for the citizens of Thunder Bay with the announcement of layoff notices for 550 employees at the Bombardier plant due to a lack of future work contracts…read more
LowerysWednesday, October 17 | 5 - 7pm
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
5 – 7pm
Exhibitor Setup begins 3pm
540 Central Ave
Cash at the Door
Exhibitor Spaces (Members Only, Book In Advance): $100
Celebrate Small Business Week
Join us at Lowerys for a special Small Business Week After Business event and get an inside look at the amazing expansions this locally-owned business has made over the past few years. Limited exhibitor space is available for this event; please email email@example.com for more information or register for a space via the button below.
Our BDC After Business events attract more than 100 business professionals looking to make new connections and grow existing relationships. Our Members gather at a different venue each time to enjoy informal conversation, delicious appetizers and a cash bar.
Additionally, After Business events are a great venue to promote your products or services by exhibiting to your fellow Members. Exhibitor registration includes a draped table, (size dependent on venue) electrical service when available and two attendee registrations for the event.
Attendees’ registration for this event takes place at the door, cash only please.
To discuss special exhibitor space requirements, live demonstrations or multiple After Business bookings, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 624-2626.
Latest News at the Chamber
Copperfin is Northwestern Ontario’s largest locally owned credit union…read more
Executive Director Michael Quibell introduces The Dew Drop Inn, which has been feeding the hungry in Thunder Bay for over 38 years.read more
Our Members are amazing! This month, Good News featuring DST Consulting Engineers, Kozar Engineering, Lakehead Public Schools and more…read more
The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce announced last week that the Wake the Giant music festival will receive the maximum support available from the Chamber’s Economic Development Fund.read more
On Monday, June 17th, City Council discussed and voted to defeat the proposed Designated Truck Route By-Law.
At the meeting, your Chamber of Commerce raised significant concerns with the proposed by-law language and the impacts it will have on business through added fuel costs, staffing costs, carbon output, vehicle maintenance, increased complexity and red tape. The concerns expressed are summarized here…