The Downtown BIA offers a great amount of support to our member businesses in a variety of ways including promotion in both direct and indirect ways.
We create various promotions and marketing materials that lead people to your business. From print ads, our website, directors, ad campaigns to blog posts, videos, social media and more, the Downtown BIA keeps the community informed of the great businesses downtown.
The BIA actively supports events that take place in Downtown Brantford. Businesses have the opportunity to be included in events, maximizing their exposure. Whether you choose to sponsor gifts or prizes, or participate directly in an event, you will have many opportunities to get your name out to the community. The events benefit all businesses downtown, regardless of participation. Brining traffic and culture to the downtown core allows more people to consider shopping, dining and entertainment in Downtown Brantford.
With an interest in downtown revitalization and beautification, the BIA is always working to create spaces that people can enjoy and congregate in. Through improvement of public spaces with the help of streetscaping, decorating, and repurposing older buildings, Downtown Brantford has become a desirable place to visit!
There really is no better time than now to move downtown! Residential and commercial interest is rapidly growing in Downtown Brantford. There are many great spaces to call home or set up shop. Below, you will find links to all the listings and information regarding downtown space availability. The right space is waiting for you!
Advantage Brantford: http://www.advantagebrantford.ca/
With resident and student populations on the rise, there has never been a better time to locate your business in Downtown Brantford. There are a number of community organizations and grant opportunities available to help you start a thriving business downtown.
If you need further information, please call or email Annette Wawzonek.
10-330 West Street
Brantford,ON N3R 7V5
Enterprise Brant provides financial and consulting services to local businesses with a goal of creating jobs in Brantford and the County of Brant.
Our services include:
Enterprise Brant administers a loan portfolio to assist new or existing businesses with start-up, expansion or stabilization plans. Repayable, flexible financing of up to $250,000 is available. To apply you will need a business plan. We can help! We have approved over 15 million in loans to 593 businesses in Brantford and Brant County
Visit the Enterprise Brant website for more information.
77 Charlotte Street
Brantford, ON N3T 2W8?
As Canada’s largest and most influential business association, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce is the primary and vital connection between business and the federal government. It continually demonstrates impact on public policy and decision-making to the benefit of businesses, communities and families across Canada.
Experience the power of a network of over 300 chambers of commerce and boards of trade, representing 175,000 businesses of all sizes in all sectors of the economy and in all regions.
The Brantford-Brant Business Resource Enterprise Centre is part of a network of offices through the Ministry of Economic Development & Trade that serve Ontario’s small business community. We are here to help your business succeed, whether you are just getting started or looking to expand your current operations.
We provide information, resources and professional consultations on all aspects of your business needs.
If you need an opinion on your… business concept; help with your business/marketing or financing plan; market research; registering your business; or government programs and regulations… contact the Brantford-Brant Business Resource Enterprise Centre.
1 Market Street, Suite 201 Brantford, Ontario
Phone: (519) 756-4269
Fax: (519) 756-6449
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Downtown Brantford has seen a lot of change in recent years, and the demographics of the region are constantly changing. We are currently seeing a lot of young adults moving into the area due to university expansion. Here is some information gathered from a local real estate source. For more information, please visit the website links below.
Low Rise 0
Average Home Price is $266k
Average Home Age is 46 Years
Non-Family Homes 820
One-Family Homes 351
Single Person 762
Four – Five 41
Six Plus 7
$34k Avg Income
42 Years Age
283 White Collar
600 Blue Collar
Certificate, diploma, degree 2,106
No Certificate 1,252
High School 861