The Home Show has received a makeover. It is now called the New Tecumseth Home & Leisure Show and also has a new logo. Book your booth for the 2017 Show taking place April 8 & 9th. Click here for a vendor package and here for an updated floor plan.
Re-established in 1981 as a forum for discussion among our business leaders and to improve business opportunities in our area. In a manner typical of small towns in Ontario, the Chamber focuses on initiatives to attract retail shopping and to enhance community life. By 1995, the membership of the Chamber had settled at 80 members. In 1998 the Alliston & District Chamber of Commerce won the Ontario Chamber of Commerce "Chamber of the Year" Award. Today the Chamber is proud to have 220 members!
The Alliston Chamber is in a facility boasting office space, tourism centre and a large meeting room. The Chamber office is in a highly visible location on the main street in downtown Alliston. An ideal location for an Ontario Tourist Information Centre.
The Opportunities Canada Needs to Build the Next 150 Years of Business Success
Blogs 16-02-2017 00:00
Ottawa, February 16, 2017—In a year of political and economic uncertainty, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce has identified Ten Ways to Build a Canada That Wins, a list of key opportunities that Canada can seize right now to give itself a stronger competitive edge, improve its productivity and grow its economy.Read more...
Today, we are releasing Ten Ways to Build a Canada that Wins—a list of 10 opportunities Canada can seize right now to regain its competitiveness, improve its productivity and grow its economy. We have also outlined specific recommendations to advocate throughout the year. This is a change from the annual list of the Top 10 Barriers to Canadian Competitiveness that we have...Read more...
Canadian Business Speaks Up: An Analysis of the Adoption of Internet-based Technology
Blogs 15-02-2017 00:00
Today, we released a report entitled, Canadian Business Speaks Up: An Analysis of the Adoption of Internet-based Technology. This report benchmarks Canadian businesses’ use of technology, compares technology adoption rates to other countries and makes policy recommendations to the government of Canada.Read more...