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NORTH DURHAM BUILDING BUSINESS FORUM

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“If you have any inclination to grow, expand or start your business, this is where you need to be.” – BBF participant

The north Durham Building Business Forum (BBF) is an annual event held in rural Durham Region that brings business leaders together to inspire new business ideas, make strategic connections, and strengthen Durham's economy.

2017 Building Business Forum

Sign up for the Agriculture and Rural Affairs e-newsletter for details about the 2017 BBF event, which will be hosted by the Township of Scugog.

2016 Building Business Forum Wrap Up

In 2016, we marked the fifth annual event which was held on Friday, Oct. 21 at St. Paul's Church in Leaskdale. More than 120 members of the north Durham business and business support community attended the event. Key speakers included Peter Colpitts from Colpitts Design Inc.; Leslie Forsythe from Forsythe Family Farms 2009 Inc; and Joanne Richter from the Second Wedge Brewing Co.). The speakers inspired the audience with their stories about how to build a successful business in north Durham. The event opened with the launch of the north Durham video, which showcases the unique economic development assets of the area.

This event is hosted, each year, by the Economic Development Committees of the townships of Uxbridge, Scugog, and Brock, in partnership with The Regional Municipality of Durham.

Building Business Forum inspires entrepreneurship in north Durham
Friday, October 21, 2016 – Regional Municipality of Durham

We CARE for business trade show

As always, the We CARE for Business trade show will be there to help;

  • CREATE new business ideas.
  • ATTRACT new investment to our region.
  • RETAIN our existing business base through funding opportunities, employment support.
  • EXPAND business initiatives.

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Brought to you by:

Region of Durham   Invest Durham   Township of Scugog   Brock   Uxbridge

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