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Reasons to Have Your Next Business Event in Toronto

The past two years have been a rollercoaster. After putting a pause on indoor events, we are finally at 100% capacity. Indoor capacities for meeting and event venues are slowly making a comeback after a major financial impact during the pandemic.


This year, it is expected that there will be a significant number of business events taking place throughout the year. Based on the article "10 Reasons to Live in Toronto" by Jeremy Ryans, “Toronto is known for being one of the most multicultural cities in the world. 50% of the population were born outside of Canada, and residents speak over 140 languages and dialects in total.” This is the place where you learn about many cultures and experience their different knowledge, perspectives and point of view. People bring greater innovation, creativity and a range of skills that could benefit many businesses.


People in Toronto are the most highly-educated population in North America and have more than 240 ethnic groups. Business events will commit to innovative solutions to achieve meeting objectives. According to Destination Toronto, “Toronto is the economic hub and home to 38% of Canada’s business headquarters with 20% of Canada’s GDP.”


Just before COVID-19, in 2019, Toronto has set a new visitor record with 28.1 million visitors in the city spending $6.7 billion on the destination, including restaurants, attractions, transportation, retail and accommodation. Toronto is very accessible as there are two airports serving 200 global destinations. Where many industry professionals from around the globe can join your business event.


As you start to familiarize yourself with the professional culture in Toronto, it is a great place to network with individuals as it is important no matter where your career journey is; you learn about other people’s professional success in Canada, gain insights and develop meaningful relationships.


Annually, the city of Toronto hosts thousands of events that contribute to the vitality of the city. So while people are dying to get outside and attend events, we finally made it! We can finally host events while still implementing the health regulations.


Toronto is one of the best cities to host your business conferences and events. There are many unique spaces available designed to fit your needs. There are plenty of ways to entertain your group.


CN Tower

290 Bremner Blvd, Toronto, ON M5V 3L9

On top of being the most well-known landmark in the entire country and a tourist hotspot, the Tower is also among the most highly recommended corporate venues in the city. The CN tower offers award-winning meals for your attendees, great accommodations, great staff, and the décor is beautiful and modern, and the view is incomparable.


Aga Khan Museum

77 Wynford Dr, North York, ON M3C 1K1

The Aga Khan Museum is the pride of Canada’s Muslim community, which displays Islamic, Iranian and Persian artwork and celebrates Muslim culture. This majestic venue offers a 350-seat auditorium, and a treasure of a meeting room with classy, Persian-inspired décor.


Twenty Toronto Street

20 Toronto St., Ste. 200, Toronto, ON M5C 2B8

Located in the heart of the entertainment district is the urban-themed Twenty Toronto Street, an ideal spot for both local and out-of-town companies to host events in. This venue offers is its top-tier in-house bar, and affordable catering services. It’s got great access to the local transit system as well, so your attendees can bypass Toronto’s traffic.


Westin Harbour Castle

1 Harbour Square, Toronto, ON M5J 1A6

If you’re going to be hosting a conference in Toronto, you ought to host it on the picturesque Harbourfront. If you are planning to do a lot of hands-on work on top of presentations and networking, host your event here. There is an on-site business centre that has everything your company’s main office has computers, printers, and office supplies.


Old Mill Toronto

9 Old Mill Rd, Etobicoke, ON M8X 1G5

The Old Mill is one of the most beautiful venues in Toronto. The outdoor space there is incomparable –take one walk through the grounds and you’ll want to stay there all week. It’s serene and elegant with a soothing, cottage-like atmosphere around the place. The rooms are fantastical, the food is splendid, and there are halls that can host up to 800 attendees.


Bram & Bluma Appel Salon

Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge St 2nd floor, Toronto, ON M4W 2G8

Sitting right on Yonge Street is the Toronto Reference Library’s Bram and Bluma Appel Salon. The library offers high-speed internet, great A/V capabilities, and it seats 575 people. It has a modular design and boasts two gorgeous outdoor terraces and a great bar. This is great for big presentations.


Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel

123 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5H 2M9

The Sheraton Hotel is made for business events of all kinds. There are 60 meetings spaces and a combined 130,000 square feet of space, there’s a lot of variety in what’s available – whether you have a corporate event hosting over 2000 people in the Sheraton’s Grand Ballroom, or you’ve got a couple of dozen people gathered in one of the upper rooms with a perfect view of Toronto’s cityscape. There is also catering available to help keep your attendees fed and watered throughout your event.


The International Center

6900 Airport Rd, Mississauga, ON L4V 1E8

With close proximity to the Toronto Pearson International Airport, this place has a lot of space. This is the place to go when you have a massive event to plan. The beautiful Grand Lobby, the jewel of The International Center, holds up to 1200 people and has its own ballroom for upscale, classy conferences.


Sunnyside Pavilion

1755 Lake Shore Boulevard West, Toronto

The Sunnyside Pavillion is a great venue for your summertime corporate events. This historic waterfront space offers a casual and inviting beachfront venue with delicious cuisine and cocktails to create a one-of-a-kind, world-class corporate event space.


Arcadian

401 Bay Street Simpson, tower 8th floor, Toronto, ON M5H 2Y4

Situated across from the iconic Nathan Phillips Square and Toronto’s City Hall, Arcadian is an Art Deco event space that can accommodate business gatherings big and small. From a corporate gala in Arcadian Court to an executive retreat in Arcadian Loft or a team-building exercise in Arcadian Studio.


The Richmond

#104 – 477 Richmond Street West, Toronto

The Richmond embodies the diverse and artistic spirit of Toronto. Its elegant, clean lines contrast the vivid artistry of Toronto’s famed Graffiti Alley for a unique blend of sophistication and bold city style. With its gallery-like décor and feel, it’s dynamic and adaptable to any event’s needs.


The Globe and Mail Centre

351 King St E #1600, Toronto, ON M5A 0N1



The Broadview Hotel

106 Broadview Ave, Toronto, ON M4M 2G1


The Fermenting Cellar

28 Distillery Lane, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4

The Fermenting Cellar was built in 1859, this venue retains its original heavy timber beams and Kingston limestone walls. The historic architecture of The Fermenting Cellar will captivate your guests with its European atmosphere and 32-foot ceilings.


St. James Cathedral

65 Church St, Toronto, ON M5C 2E9

The St. James Cathedral is located in the heart of Old Town Toronto. Built-in 1853 and magnificently restored in 2012, this Gothic Revival cathedral offers a modern, multi-functional event space boasting spectacular park views and natural light which is sure to impress your guests.

Evergreen Brickworks

Koerner Gardens, 550 Bayview Ave #300, Toronto, ON M4W 3X8


Casa Loma

1 Austin Terrace, Toronto, ON M5R 1X8

If you’re looking for a unique venue in Toronto for your company event, Casa Loma is the only truly authentic castle in North America. Each year, more than 500,000 visitors tour Casa Loma and its historic estate gardens. A perfect backdrop for special occasions, it also plays host to over 250 private functions, weddings, and events annually.




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