Ottawa Business Growth Survey

Members of Ottawa's business community give their thoughts on what will be the capital's most important infrastructure investments in the coming years.
Members of Ottawa’s business community are maintaining an optimistic outlook with intentions to grow employee headcounts and, in many cases, expand their physical office space
This year’s survey has a special “city-building” focus that explores the economic input of major infrastructure projects ranging from LRT to LeBreton Flats.
Ottawa business leaders say they’re concerned about finding the right talent to grow their businesses, but new data released from the 2018 Ottawa Business Growth Survey on Wednesday shows that some
Ottawa Business Growth Survey based on responses with hundreds of local business leaders.
Ottawa Business Growth Survey sheds light on attitudes, perceptions and plans of local business leaders
The results are used by business organizations such as BOMA Ottawa, the West Ottawa Board of Trade and BIAs to gain a better understanding of their members and the economic conditions faced by…
OBJ, the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce and Welch LLP are once again looking to take the pulse of the city’s business community through the Ottawa Business Growth Survey.
When Andrew Ralph landed in Ottawa in 2015, his goal was to start a business and settle into a home for his young family.
In a sign of growing confidence in the local economy, hundreds of Ottawa business owners and managers say they plan to hire new employees over the next 12 months, according to a new repor