Hamilton Corporate Events

Although we rarely promote our corporate work on social media, we do our fair share! It’s a side of the business that doesn’t have as many flowers or dresses, but we love it. And while most of our corporate gigs are in Burlington, we want to give a shout-out to Hamilton.  If you’re responsible for your company function, Hamilton Corporate Banquet venues have got you covered.

Hamilton is home to many great event venues.  All-in-one conference centres, re-purposed buildings, traditional halls and so much more.  In the coming years, businesses will have more and more options for hosting their special events.  As the city continues to grows, the event scene flourishes and we’re excited!

For those of you who may not know, Jackie Penner Events is proud to be based out of Hamilton.  In fact, we call The Cotton Factory home. A former industrial building transformed into a creative industries complex, with space for galleries, office space, studios and a large event space. Honestly, we cannot tell you how happy and inspired we are working there every day.

So in the spirit of our love for our ‘hood’, we want to highlight some of the top Hamilton corporate events venues from our perspective:

  1. (Obviously) The Cotton Factory
    A perfect space for anything creative. Multi-functional to host HIVEX Conference, zen enough for lulu lemon yoga retreat and cool enough for art exhibits.
  2. Hamilton Convention Centre
    Great for pretty much anything!
  3. Art Gallery of Hamilton
    Perfect for something a little more special. Think business anniversary, corporate Christmas party, that sort of thing.
  4. Crowne Plaza Hamilton Hotel & Conference Centre
    Looking for something close to the highway with a hotel attached? Look no further.
  5. Royal Botanical Gardens
    Borders Burlington for those with attendees, clients or staff in both.
  6. Sheraton Hamilton Hotel
    Great for your upcoming company Christmas party!

Looking for more corporate event planning help in Hamilton? We’re happy to help!


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