Brampton welcomed more than five new businesses over the fall!
The Pilon School of Business at Sheridan College is extending an invitation to established businesses seeking a new perspective on organizational challenges.
On October 18th at the Rose Theatre, 15 longstanding Brampton businesses were recognized at the City of Brampton’s Business Milestone Event.
The William Osler Health System is working with uCarenet, an online marketplace, to help connect seniors and their families with health care providers.
On November 4, the City of Brampton’s Planning Vision team, took over McArter lane and transformed it into an active and vibrant space filled with music, coffee, seating and literature for people of all ages.
Winged Whale Media, a Brampton videography business, recently invested in 360-degree video capability to add a new dimension to their service offering
The Small Business Accelerator program, delivered through the Brampton Entrepreneur Centre, provided a $5,000 cheque to Small Business Owner, Kavita Kapil.
Check out the new issue of Perspective Brampton
Register and join us for an interactive and informative session on November 21, 2017 from 7:30 - 9:30am.
Today, Toronto Global released its pitch to Amazon for its second North American headquarters.
Are you a longstanding Brampton business?
The A-Frame Pilot Program was approved by City Council on August 9, 2017
Economic Review 2016 Building the Future
The Economic Review 2016 is now available - click here to view the report.
Brampton's Economic Indicators - July 2017
Brampton's Economic Indicators - July 2017
The summer welcomed more than 5 new businesses to the Brampton community.
Help us build a picture of the Peel Halton labour market from the employer’s perspective.
Council has committed to a historic investment to ensure a brighter future for our residents, our businesses, and our youth.
Your ideas are going to help shape the vision for Brampton’s future. We look forward to hearing them.
From humble beginnings in the Crump family garage, Joe and Margot Crump have quickly built one of Canada's leading pet treat companies.
A significant expansion is planned for Highway 427.
Are you a Brampton business looking to commercialize a new product, make a significant investment in your operations, or invest in a new facility?
The Brampton Entrepreneur Centre recently launched a video series on YouTube addressing a wide range of business topics.
The hot and humid weather might have you feeling like a refreshing drink. Or perhaps you are looking to have breakfast before shopping downtown? There’s something happening in Brampton! Here is a glimpse at some of the fabulous new businesses that have recently opened their doors.
Peel Manor project a win for City, healthcare and seniors
Please join the Mayor, Members of Council and the City of Brampton Economic Development Office for an interactive networking session designed to provide valuable insights and connections into Brampton’s growing Health and Life Sciences sector.
On a Victoria Day holiday, Central Peel Secondary School is bustling with student activity. It’s active with students who are excited to be there and participating in a wide range of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programming that’s fast becoming a notable and successful addition to the curriculum at Central Peel.
Starter Company Plus offers support to budding new business owners.
Brampton Economic Development staff recently visited Armacell Canada to learn more about the unique products being manufactured right here in Brampton. Armacell products can be found in your pool, your local hardware store, and high up in the air in wind turbines around the world.
Brampton is building vibrant urban centres that ignite opportunity and instill pride in the people who live and work here.
The Economic Development & Culture team would love the opportunity to learn more about your business, its opportunities and challenges, and how we can support your growth and development.
On March 14, Deputy Premier Honourable Deb Matthews, Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development, revealed that Ryerson University, in partnership with Sheridan College, submitted an application to establish a new facility in Brampton. The Province will work with Ryerson and its partners over the coming months to refine its proposal.
Virtual Reality (VR) generates images, sounds and other sensations that replicate a real environment, controlled by movement of the user’s body.
A new video podcast, Farmers' Market and the Brampton Mastermind networking group are providing new opportunities to entrepreneurs in Brampton!
Are you in need of a new look, great food or a new laundry spot? There’s something happening in the Central Area! Over 50 new businesses have opened in Brampton’s Central Area over the past year with some fantastic additions. Here is a glimpse at some of the fabulous new businesses that have recently opened their doors.
Balbir Sohi, owner of Smiles on Wheels, a Brampton Entrepreneur Centre client, had a successful visit to the CBC Dragons' Den recently.
Defined key focus sectors, new roles, and embracing the impact of cultural vibrancy
More details on partnerships and plans as university project takes shape
Brampton leveraging regional network to bring a compelling story to the world
There’s a buzz around entrepreneurship in Brampton, and the Brampton Entrepreneur Centre is your access point to get in on the action. From youth programs and extended hours to business pitches and informative events, that next couple of months are packed with activities.
Beginning January 10, the Brampton Entrepreneur Centre (BEC) – Brampton’s key resource for existing and aspiring business owners – will be open until 8 pm every Tuesday.
The 2016 Statistics Canada census release affirms Brampton’s strong population growth as City initiatives designed to encourage and accommodate growth move forward.
Several new businesses opened their doors recently in Brampton's Central Area.
The Canada Summer Jobs program offers youth an opportunity to succeed while employers can do their part to boost the local economy