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Local Purchasing Policy

Announcement of the Local Purchasing Policy

The Verdun borough announced its new Local Purchasing Policy at a conference-lunch on Thursday, November 12, 2015. The event drew some 100 people from the business community.
Presentation - Local Purchasing Policy by Ms. Diane Vallée, project director at the Verdun borough (In French only)

Year 2 Report (2017


Year 1 Report (2016)

 

Partners for your company

To support current and future companies, the borough works in collaboration with several local organizations. For further information, please click on the link shown below the description of each organization.


PME MTL Grand Sud-Ouest

A strong network of experts in the service of companies

Six local economic development hubs now serve the entire island of Montréal, offering a unified array of services. These services are administered by a network of experts called PME MTL. From start-up to the growth phase, the network offers a wide range of services at every stage of a company’s development, with areas of activity for private-sector companies and the social economy alike.

In Verdun, the PME MTL Grand-Sud-Ouest hub is the main gateway for entrepreneurs intent on drawing from this Montréal-based expertise.

+ details: www.pmemtl.com/sud-ouest



SDC (Société de développement commercial Wellington)

Created in August 1997, the Société de développement commercial Wellington is a non-profit organization whose goal is to promote business development on Rue Wellington and thus contribute to the economic dynamism of the Verdun borough. Located in the heart of the borough, Promenade Wellington runs from Boulevard LaSalle in the east to 6e Avenue in the west. Its mission is to provide business development support to the 240 merchants and professionals on Rue Wellington.

+ details: www.promenadewellington.com



RAV (Réseau Affaires Verdun)

The Réseau Affaires Verdun is the largest group of business people in Verdun. As a non-profit organization, it mobilizes to contribute its know-how to Verdun’s economic development. It covers the entire borough of Verdun and ranges, increasingly, beyond its initial territory.

+ details: www.rav.quebec

 

Local Purchasing Policy

Year 2 Report (2017)

On April 3, 2017, Verdun borough council tabled the Year 2 Report on its Local Purchasing Policy. This report was highly positive, once again, as the value of local purchases increased by close to 3.9% between 2016 and 2017, in spite of a 17.5% decrease in the borough’s budget.

During the last year, some 66 Verdun companies registered as suppliers with the Ville de Montréal. Local purchases have increased by 38% since 2014. This steady rise reflects the administration’s intention to respect its engagements by promoting the purchase of goods and services from Verdun-based companies.

2017 report summary [7378 kB - 1 page] (In French only)

Year 1 Report (2016)

On March 7, 2017, the Verdun borough tabled the Year 1 Report on its Local Purchasing Policy. This policy has proven extremely positive, since the value of local purchases increased by close to $500,000 between 2015 and 2016. For further details, please consult the following documents:

Report summary (graphic) [261.3 kB - 1 page] (In French only)

Table - Purchases from local suppliers [55.8 kB - 1 page] (In French only)

Announcement of the Local Purchasing Policy

The Verdun borough announced its new Local Purchasing Policy at a conference-lunch on Thursday, November 12, 2015. The event drew some 100 people from the business community.

To register for the Ville de Montréal’s directory of suppliers (In French only)

 

PRAM-Commerce and PAAC

Project guide Buildings located on the Promenade Wellington in the Verdun borough can benefit from PR@M-Commerce and PAAC (Programme d’aide à l’accessibilité des commerces) grant programs. In order to assist efforts to obtain support through these programs, the borough designed a project guide presenting the steps to follow to secure the required certificates and permits before executing work. You’ll also find information on grant programs

  • PR@M- Commerce - PAAC_Carnet de projet (New edition to come)

 Soirée d'information du 23 mai 2017

 

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