BIA Roundtables Coming to Mississauga to Mark Small Business Month


Published October 3, 2016 at 4:51 pm


Running a small business can be as challenging as it is rewarding and it’s good to give home-grown companies a little extra support.

As you may or may not have known, October is small business month and to celebrate, Mayor Bonnie Crombie is holding a series of roundtable discussions with small business owners from the city’s neighbourhood Business Improvement Associations (otherwise known as BIAs).

As to what will happen at the discussions, Crombie said that BIA representatives will be able to talk about the ways they want local government to help them “compete, expand and succeed.”

“I encourage all of Mississauga’s hardworking small business owners and entrepreneurs to speak up and have their voices heard during these community consultations,” Mayor Crombie said.

As for what neighbourhoods have BIAs, you’ll find associations in Clarkson, Streetsville, Malton and Port Credit. If you’re a member of one of these associations, the meeting schedule can be found below:

Clarkson BIA

Date: Monday, October 17

Time: 8AM – 10AM

Location: Walden Circle Retirement Community – 1907 Lakeshore Road W.

Registration: [email protected]

Phone: 647-990-1464

 Streetsville BIA

Date: Monday, October 24

Time: 8AM – 10AM

Location: Vic Johnson CC – 335 Church St.

Registration: [email protected]

Phone: 905-858-5974

 Malton BIA

Date: Tuesday, October 25

Time: 7PM – 9PM

Location: Malton CC – 3540 Morning Star Dr.

Registration: [email protected]

 Port Credit BIA

Date: Friday, October 28

Time: 8AM – 10AM

Location: Clarke Hall – 161 Lakeshore Road West


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