The Bradford Board of Trade is committed to enriching the lives of its members and the business community at large, both professionally and personally through community building, education and networking. As a Chamber of Commerce non-profit organization the BBT’s mandate it is to sustain and promote local businesses by:
– Providing services that help local businesses run their organizations more effectively
– Providing networking opportunities that help local businesses increase sales and access service providers
– Taking an advocacy role in representing local business to government
Bradford West Gwillimbury Office of Economic Development
Bradford has been designated as a centre for business development by the Province of Ontario and the existing markets, infrastructure and industrial clusters are certain to grow.
Are you opening a business in BWG? Inform the BWG Office Of Economic Development of your Grand Opening or Special Event.
Easy access to Highway 400 provides Bradford West Gwillimbury with access to and from Highways 401 and 407, which in turn provides the Canadian link to the “NAFTA Super-highway” connecting Ontario with the I-69, I-94, I-75 and numerous other associated corridors that facilitate the movement of goods between Mexico, US and Canada. Bradford West Gwillimbury also has rail lines and is located within a 45 minute drive of Pearson International Airport.
The Bradford Board of Trade works closely with the Bradford West Gwillimbury Office of Economic Development, with the mutual goal of attaining a sustainable economic future for the community.

We're excited to announce our ReCon Forum 2020! Calling all Real Estate, Construction and related businesses – you will not want to miss this event! 2020 is an Assessment Year for MPAC. Get the most up to date information directly from the source.
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Please note this initiative is only open to Main Street businesses:
Tuesday December 3, 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Bradford West Gwillimbury Library - Zima Room
Join Nottawasaga Futures and The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury to discover the new Digital Main Street initiative, and how it can help your main street business Go Digital with a $2500 grant.
The Digital Main Street Project seeks to help small, main street businesses across Ontario improve their adoption of technologies to better promote themselves online, sell online and even run back-office processes online.

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