Buy Local North Delta | on the unceded traditional Ancestral territories of the sc̓əwaθn (Tsawwassen), xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) and other Coast Salish peoples.

A message from North Delta Business Association:

Founded in April, 2022, The North Delta Business Association is the ONLY Team that:

  • LINKS you to other businesses,
  • CONNECTS you with experienced and knowledgeable people to help you LEAD and grow your business, and
  • Constantly challenges you to do things DiFFERENTLY.

We are guided by our strong commitment to SERVE our Team Members by providing them with unique, relevant and compelling solutions they CARE about and are crafted to meet their special requirements.

Our ideal Team Member wants to GROW their business, improve their leadership skills, gain valuable business knowledge, expand their networks and achieve remarkable results that exceed their wildest expectations.

Our promise is to help business Team Members provide local products & services and create the kind of experiences that will delight consumers and convince them to BUY LOCAL.

We deliver this challenge through Abound, a practical array of events, tools and services proven to work in the real world with competitive challenges, customers with unique needs, and an unpredictable environment that can have BIG impact on business.

Learn more about Abound.

Sponsors & Partners

  • North Delta Business Association


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