Weekly Regional Business Intelligence
“We make up horrors to help us cope with the real ones.” — Stephen King
GROWTH & EXPANSION:
State-of-the-art space
Carfax Canada announces completion of new offices at 100 Kellogg, with employees to move in once pandemic concerns ease.

LODGING:
Taking aim at occupancy
Tourism London has launched a new initiative aimed at helping a local lodging industry that has been severely impacted by the pandemic.

SPONSORED: TBK
Make your e-commerce website accessible
Join AODA Online and tbk on November 26 to learn how to make e-commerce websites accessible for people with physical disabilities and to comply with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

MEDIA:
Pushing through the pandemic
A new short doc video examines the efforts of three local breweries to overcome operational challenges brought about by the pandemic.

SPONSORED: THE ACHIEVEMENT CENTRE
Culture without labels
Even companies that boast positive and effective cultures should take a look at their definitions every year, more often if warranted. This constant attention to the workplace culture will help secure the ongoing success of the organization. 

EDUCATION:
Growing at The Grove
Growing Chefs! Ontario has announced it will open new programming space at agribusiness hub The Grove at Western Fair District.

INFRASTRUCTURE:
If Covid weren't enough...
Construction on the Downtown Loop portion of the Bus Rapid Transit will begin in 2021, which means construction-weary Kings Street business owners are about to see even more.

COVID-19:
The beard is back
The Middlesex-London Health Unit revises requirements for personal care establishments to permit a wider range of services.

Business Marketplace: