In the business realm, Toronto is well-known as an international financial hub, with one of the world’s largest stock exchanges, a large collection of brokerage houses, and the five largest banks in Canada. Beyond finance, Toronto is a global media leader in telecommunications, publishing, and information technologies. With all of that international business prowess, you wouldn’t need much more reason to host your next meeting in the provincial capital. The real gravy on the poutine is that the city can also offer multicultural neighborhoods, world-class restaurants, and an iconic skyline. All of that combines to make Toronto meeting venues the perfect places to bring colleagues, investors, and thought leaders together for a meeting of the minds.
Best Meeting Spots in Toronto
Davinci has meeting space locations throughout the city. If you prefer to have your event downtown, Old Toronto meeting rooms are close to the nightlife and restaurants in the Entertainment District, the Hockey Hall of Fame, and the attractions along the city’s waterfront. There are spots in the northern suburbs of Richmond Hill and Markham, close to Highways 404 and 407 (as well as a few golf courses for a little fairway negotiations). Another popular Toronto meeting space neighborhood is Centennial Park, thanks to its proximity to the airport as well as the Congress Centre and International Centre convention halls.
Why Davinci Meeting Rooms in Toronto?
Davinci’s Toronto meeting room services are second to none. You’ll have a lobby greeter who can show your guests to their seats and field incoming phone calls. Catering and on-site business services like copying, printing, and notary, will help you keep them in their seats. And, presentation tools like plasma screens, smartboards, high-definition projectors, audio/video conferencing, and high-speed internet access will give you everything you need to keep them on the edge of their seats. With all that technology at your disposal, your event will be as impressive as a view from the observation deck on the iconic 1,815-foot high CN Tower downtown.