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New Hamburg: Be a part of it

The New Hamburg Board of Trade represents and serves local business interests in the rural Township of Wilmot, Ontario.

Our membership is active in the community and contributes to a thriving business environment. We invite companies of any size to add to our rich history of entrepreneurship and fresh, inspirational ideas.
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New Hamburg: A Heritage Community

New Hamburg is a small town with a big heart that welcomes both local residents and visitors alike. Our eateries - ranging from country fare and family dining to fine French cuisine - are popular spots. Shopping options include fashionable clothing, groceries, home decor, professional services, giftware, plus everything you could possibly need for your home. You’ll enjoy New Hamburg, where we celebrate our heritage.
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You're Welcome!

Visit New Hamburg, where a warm welcome awaits you. We're known for our hospitality and customer service. Discover the wide range of fine stores, restaurants and services that you'd expect to find in a small town. Find out more »


Guest Speakers

Guest speaker on April 23 will be Troy Treleaven, Regional Vice-President and Managing Partner at Dale Carnegie Business Group. Stay connected to the business needs of our community.

 

About the Board of Trade

The Board of Trade's membership includes individuals, companies and service providers from a culturally rich and diverse background. More about us and our current Executive »

 

Show Your Face!

People do business with people. Customers prefer to do business with those they know and trust. Become one of the Faces of New Hamburg and show the people behind your business.


 

What have we been up to?

The New Hamburg Board of Trade is active in our community. From advocating for local businesses to maintaining our downtown heritage, read the minutes from our monthly meetings to find out what we've been doing.