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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.” – North Durham Building Business Forum 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 ideas, make strategic connections, and strengthen the local economy.

2017 Event Details

Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017
4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
3440 Church Street
Blackstock, ON L0B 1E0

Be prepared to be inspired! 2017 marks the 6th annual BBF and we will feature fresh ideas:

  • High energy Ignite Sessions with six different north Durham business owners showcasing and sharing their story of "Making it on Main Street" including successes and challenges faced throughout their entrepreneurial journey
  • Facilitated networking sessions led by the Business Advisory Centre Durham, this is an opportunity to get to know fellow north Durham business owners and entrepreneurs
  • An opportunity to showcase new ideas, products and business in a dedicated location at the BBF

The theme of the event this year is "Making it on Main Street". Business owners will share about how they have grown to be successful in their small town.

Register today

The event is free and seating is limited. RSVP to reserve your seat!

The event is hosted by the Economic Development Advisory Committees of the townships of Uxbridge, Scugog and Brock, in partnership with the 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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