Next Scheduled After Business:

None yet scheduled.

After Business is graciously sponsored by Chamber Member Business Development Bank of Canada.

About our After Business Events

After Business events are held from 5pm – 7pm on the third Wednesday of the month, eight times a year: February through June, September, October and November, and each attracts 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.

Registration for these events is just $5 for Members; non-Members may attend for $15.  There is no advance registration for attendance; please pay cash at the door.

 

Exhibit at These Events

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.  Register to exhibit at individual events through the listings to the right, or contact us if you’d like to sign up for multiple months.

 

Host an After Business

Hosting an After Business is a great way to open a new location, showcase renovations, share information about your business or simply introduce yourself to the business community. Contact us for more information.

Upcoming Chamber Events

Sep
10
YQT: Charity Edition
CEDC Board Room
Sep
12
Leaders Luncheon – Greater Toronto Airports Authority
Best Western Plus NorWester Hotel & Conference Centre
Sep
18
Oct
15

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