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Toronto is a cosmopolitan city that invests heavily in sustainability and growth. Modern skyscrapers, research facilities, green energy, excellent internet access, and diverse community made Toronto into the “Big League Destination” for business meetings and corporate events.
Business does not happen in isolation. Toronto’s energy, accessibility, and business infrastructure make it a fitting setting for board and shareholders meetings and partnership negotiations. Toronto’s venues host multiple business events, conventions, and conferences. Teams choose Toronto to launch new products or partnerships with flair, honor distinct employees, celebrate the winning year, or kick-start the new one.
Sometimes the experience itself is the reward: many off-site training and workshops, team buildings, and incentive experiences for team and clients rely on the location to set them for success. A Toronto corporate charter bus rental becomes a part of the experience, too: no one will get lost, arrive late, or be too tired to enjoy the corporate event.
A wide variety of bus types are available to you for your charter bus rentals.
Toronto is where corporate thought leaders and experts meet: it is Canada’s number one convention destination, and is ranked in North America’s top five business event cities. Toronto’s location and modern transportation hubs mean it is less than a two-hour direct flight away to half of the US population. Its corporate meeting and event venues are abundant, connected, and convenient.
Toronto is headquarters for 40% of Canada’s businesses and many international companies. Infused with the creative spirit, Toronto hosts 240 different cultures and speaks 130 dialects every day. Toronto is home to Life Sciences, CleanTech, ICT, and Agri-food manufacturing. There are also five major universities here.
Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) are less than 35 minutes from downtown by airport shuttle. The UP Express connects Toronto’s Pearson International Airport to downtown’s Union Station. Or, rent a coach bus and take a team road trip to Toronto from Canada or the US.
Toronto has most major hotel brands, including Delta, Fairmont, Four Seasons, Hilton, Hyatt, InterContinental, Omni, Renaissance, Ritz-Carlton, Shangri-La Hotel, Sheraton and Westin Toronto. To treat the board members or the top clients to something with extra charm, there is a vast range of unique hotels and B&Bs.
This is the world’s premier mineral exploration and mining convention. It brings together 1,100 exhibitors, 2,500 investors, 26,000 attendees from 132 countries to network and share technology, discoveries, and business initiatives.
DX3 in a major Retail, Marketing, and Technology event offering updates on everything retail, digital marketing, and technology.
Canada’s Big Data and Analytics Summit is about everything data, analytics, AI, and machine learning. The conference is a great way to stay on top of trends, inventions, and strategies in data for business.
Casa Loma is a gothic-style castle and gardens in midtown Toronto. It is hard to imagine a more intriguing and unexpected scene for a corporate event. The Escape scenario is focused on solving challenges through cooperation.
Imaginarium Toronto is a playground that aims to boost teams’ creativity. The owners describe it as the most realistic adventure escape rooms in Toronto, sets finished for movie production quality. The challenges are both logical and mysterious and require teamwork and communication to solve.
Dodgebow Toronto team building is an archery tag — an alternative to paintball that leaves fewer bruises. Up to 24 players compete in the arena using special bows and arrows and challenges that gradually become harder. This type of active team building event is perfect for both having fun and letting the steam out.
The Toronto Scavenger Hunts are memorable even for picky teams. The St. Lawrence Market is an urban farmer’s market once named the world’s best one by National Geographic, and the Distillery District is a refurbished Victorian industrial complex. Both can become a set for a Scavenger Hunt and a celebration after.