Economic Recovery Strategy: Talent and Diversity
The talent pipeline will continue to be developed through partnerships with postsecondary institutions including Sheridan, Ryerson University, Algoma University and the Brampton U movement. All projects and initiatives will be developed through the lens of diversity including a focus on women, newcomers and supporting the black business community.
Understanding and anticipating the workforce needs of the Brampton economy is even more important now, and is best achieved through collaboration. The Brampton Entrepreneur Centre is collaborating with the EDGE at Sheridan on programming for startups, and with Diversity Institute at Ryerson to support women in business, who have been disproportionately impacted.
Taking a collaborative approach in how talent and diversity hold the four cornerstones together will ensure the desired economic resiliency and competitive advantage are achieved.