novembre, 2020

This is a repeating event

24nov9:00 am10:30 ammMornings Networking SessionsRemote


Interested in making connections and learning wealth planning strategies? Join the Whitby Chamber of Commerce for our monthly mMornings series that provides our members with the opportunity to share their expertise with you.

On November 24:

In this presentation you will learn wealth accumulation and tax strategies that are exclusively available to business owners. We will review implications of saving for retirement while owning a Canadian Controlled Private Corporation, how to access your retained earnings and how to effectively manage your passive investment income in a high tax environment.

On Tuesday December 8:

Are you looking to start a new business? Are you looking to purchase or expand an existing business? Join Ana Rejab from CIBC Business Banking and Mahmood Qasmi from transioTEK to learn how you can navigate the several incentive programs available to fuel your business in this time of uncertainty.

Business funding is a challenge in the best of times; and during the COVID-19 crisis, your options may change or your plans put on hold in the absence of funding opportunities. Based on your product and business model, government funding options may be appropriate, from technology-focused wage subsidies, to grants, tax credits and loans.

Ana will explain the Canada Small Business Financing Loan (CSBFP) and clarify any questions you may have. The CSBFL was developed by the government to support your for-profit business plans (excluding agriculture businesses). Mahmood will highlight key tactics and resources to secure funding for businesses via government incentives by focusing on technology and innovation.

This will be an interactive session that will provide you with the knowledge to make informed decisions to move forward with your plans.


(Mardi) 9:00 am - 10:30 am




Whitby Chamber of CommerceEstablished in 1928, the Whitby Chamber of Commerce (WCC) continues to unite local business professionals, students and entrepreneurs. As the voice of business and an accredited Chamber, the WCC staff are guided by their mission, vision and values to ensure a customer experience like no other. The Chamber’s diverse membership is the backbone of this community and support its thriving business ecosystem. With 720 members in March 2020, the WCC team continually puts the needs of the membership first when developing and executing programming. This includes more than 80 events throughout the year, many of which are free to attend. In addition to providing opportunities to connect and learn, the WCC hosts outstanding signature events including Connect Women, The Business Summit and its annual gala, the Peter Perry & Business Achievement Awards. Known for its innovation, the WCC prides itself in its ability to evolve and continues to do so to by delivering new and valuable programming to the membership such as the free FanSaves mobile app, the under-30 ConnXGEN networking initiative, mentorship opportunities, as well as student and retiree membership rates. The WCC is also supporting the business community behind the scenes through advocacy with the help of the Advocacy Committee, a group of member volunteers dedicated to ensuring members are well represented at all levels of government. Chamber staff represent business interests through community partnerships and participation in the Whitby Economic Recovery Plan Steering Committee, Whitby and Brooklin Downtown Steering Committees, Downtown Whitby Business Improvement Area, Durham Economic Task Force and the Durham Region Recovery Task Force, as well as advocating on behalf of the local business community through constant communication with all levels of government and the Ontario and Canadian Chambers of Commerce. The Chamber team is proud of our collective strength, commitment and resilience. They will continue to pivot, learn and respond to the needs of the membership and are proud to be part of your business strategy.