Join us for our highly anticipated Annual State of Business in Dufferin Breakfast, providing a unique platform for the community to engage with representatives from all three levels of government and gain insights into their responses to Dufferin’s business needs.
Confirmed speakers for this event include Member of Parliament Kyle Seeback, Member of Provincial Parliament Sylvia Jones, and Dufferin County Mayors Lisa Post, John Creelman, Steve Soloman, Chris Gerrits, Janet Horner, and Darren White. Attendees will have the valuable opportunity to connect with these political leaders, hear firsthand about initiatives aimed at supporting local businesses, and share the challenges and successes they are facing.
Q & A Sessions: Interactive sessions allowing attendees to pose questions directly to the government representatives.
Networking Opportunities: It is anticipated that approximately 100 local business, nonprofit, and political leaders will attend.
Delectable Breakfast: Catered by Lavender Blue Catering, ensuring a delicious start to the day’s discussions!
This event also marks the official launch of DBOT’s Annual Business Survey. This survey plays a pivotal role in ensuring the needs of Dufferin businesses are addressed by all levels of government. It also helps to shape the advocacy work your Board of Trade will undertake this year. Once completed, survey data will be shared with our municipal, provincial, and federal government officials and our partner organizations to address the concerns and priorities of the Dufferin business community. Local respondents have the opportunity to win 1 of 3 $50 gift cards to a Dufferin business!
Date: January 17, 2024
Location: Monora Park
Don’t miss this exceptional opportunity to engage with key decision-makers, foster community connections, and contribute to the shaping of Dufferin’s business landscape. Registration is open to DBOT members and non-members until noon on January 15th.
To register for the event, click here
To complete the survey, click here.
For more information, contact:
Diana Morris, Executive Director
[email protected] | 519-941-0490 x 202