The Guelph Chamber is a leading business organization with more than 900 members. As the Chamber continues to grow, we have an excellent opportunity for a full-time Research & Policy Analyst (summer contract).
PRESS RELEASE: On Wednesday, April 29, 2015, the Guelph Chamber of Commerce will host the next Guelph Economic Leadership Forum. This luncheon, entitled 'Taking Guelph Agri-Business Global', will help connect global opportunities with local business leaders in the Agri-Business sector by focusing on key actions that can be taken to fully leverage export opportunities.
Join us on April 29th at Cutten Fields for the second installment of the Chamber's Guelph Economic Leadership Forum, which will focus on key actions that can be taken to fully leverage export opportunities in the Agri-Business sector. Guelph businesses have cultivated an important position as leaders in this sector.
Every year, as we celebrate our strong, vibrant and diverse business community, we recognize the achievements of Guelph's outstanding businesses & individuals at the Guelph Awards of Excellence Gala held in June. Do you qualify? Click here for the award descriptions. Nominate yourself or someone you know.
On Tuesday, March 24th, Ontario's Minister of Finance Charles Sousa addressed a packed house of community and business leaders at Cutten Fields as part of the Guelph Chamber's inaugural Guelph Economic Leadership Forum.
On Tuesday, March 24, 2015, the Guelph Chamber of Commerce will host Ontario's Minister of Finance, the Honourable Charles Sousa, for a constructive discussion with members of Guelph's business community at the inaugural Guelph Economic Leadership Forum.
The Guelph Chamber of Commerce presented to Guelph City Council as part of a stakeholder engagement and public presentations on the City Budget.
The Guelph Chamber of Commerce is a leading business organization with more than 900 members. As the Chamber continues to grow, we have an excellent opportunity for a full-time Member Engagement Associate.
Ontario Retirement Pension Plan Could Have Negative Consequences for Economy
A new survey of business owners from the Guelph Chamber of Commerce and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce shows that the implementation of the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (ORPP) could have negative consequences for Guelph's economy.
Read the full submission from the Ontario Chamber of Commerce to the Ministry of Finance on the proposed Ontario Retirement Pension Plan - "Getting it Right: The Business Perspective on the Undersaving Challenge in Ontario"