Brampton Corporate Events Venue

WHEN you want to “wow” prospective clients, treat your hard-working employees to some well-deserved luxury, or host your next big product launch, you’ll want to create a great impression that people will be talking about for years to come.  With our state-of-the-art facilities, unique menu selections prepared by our expert staff, and top-notch white glove service, Embassy Grand’s Brampton corporate events venue will deliver a memorable experience for your next corporate event that will leave your guests in awe!

SHOWCASE the power and success of your enterprise by treating your clients and partners to unbelievably tasty dishes from our one-of-a-kind menu the elegant decor of Greater Toronto’s finest new event hall.

Embassy Grand offers a full audio-visual system to support your presentations and speakers, including DVD packages, video conferencing, built-in sound, and electronic screens which effortlessly descend from the ceiling.

Embassy Grand’s size and capacity allows us to host events for businesses of all sizes, from mid-sized offices to multi-national corporations.  Our enviable location in Brampton near Highway 427, Highway 407, and Pearson International Airport makes it easier for your guests coming in from far away to reach us with ease.

Whether it’s an exciting product launch or your yearly AGM, a major conference with international partners or your company Christmas party, Embassy Grand provides the perfect space for your corporate gathering, all for a highly competitive rate.

Our event management team stands ready to help you plan and execute your next event. Click below to find out more.



Tips on how to best plan for that corporate event.

Planning is at the core of everything that you do in the business world and that includes any events you might want to sponsor. Here’s a few tips from professionals that can help you with any corporate events that you’ve been put in charge of .

• First off you need to decide if the target audience is everyone in the company or one specific segment. Without making these kinds of distinctions first, you run the risk of throwing the net out too wide with the activities you’re planning.
• Make a master list of everything that you’ll need. From food to lighting and transportation, you need to have one complete list of everything so nothing is forgotten. Once you have everything written down, it’s a good idea to leave the list for a bit and then come back to it with a refreshed mind.
• Make sure your event doesn’t run into anything else the company or organization has planned for the same time and date. It’s good to steer clear of popular vacation times and bigger holidays like Christmas and Easter.

Being flexible will help as well because as you go through the planning process, the scope and size of the event will most certainly change as the details become more clear.


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