Harpreet Sethi, co-founder of Priyance Hospitality Inc., owns and operates the Grand Victorian Convention Centre and Radisson Plaza hotel in Mississauga, Ontario. As one of several developments under Harpreet’s banner, the hotel has been recently awarded the Four Key rating from the Hotel Association of Canada, an eco rating program acknowledging hotels that do their share to protect the environment. Not only does Harpreet’s hotel implement recycling programs and utilize energy efficient equipment to foster sustainability, it offers all this in grand style, with luxurious suites and exceptional customer relations; serving the needs of his clients with a state-of-the-art facility. He’s been named Hotelier of the Year by Mid-Week, and his hotel has won the 2010 Carlson Hotel of the Year award.


Real estate development is another aspect Harpreet has included in his business portfolio. He has taken on residential, commercial and industrial development in Canada, as well as in India. His projects include construction of his hotel, Radisson Plaza, a 100 room facility; the Grand Victorian Convention Centre; and over 200 commercial condos, including an 18,000 square foot retail and office condominium located in Brampton, Ontario, and various other retail and medical properties across Ontario. He has also developed over 150 award winning residential homes in Pickering, Ontario; as featured in Builder Architect magazine and awarded builder of the year for the same.


In his drive for achievement, Harpreet, initiated his career as a businessman at the ripe young age of 16, when as a student, he traded textiles, and became a top selling textile distributor by the time he turned 19, in his native city in Punjab, India. Harpreet, natural leader with a knack for start-ups, pursued other business opportunities, namely in the software development sector, collaborating with research centres at home in Canada, and internationally in Thailand. Tenacious and entrepreneurial, Harpreet next found success in the home furnishing industry, building a multi-million dollar company in two short years. Demonstrating persistence and business acumen, Harpreet manufactured and distributed furniture, and managed to turn his business into a franchise model, boasting over 50 franchise stores. He added import and export to the mix, when he started distribution across North America. He took his start-ups in furniture and textile industries to over 1 billion dollars in turnover and across 20 countries. He was also featured in CFMT as the fastest growing South Asian Business. 



South Asians raise millions for hospital
Saturday February 3,2007
Harpreet Sethi, a local developer who wrote a cheque for $500,000
Family donates to toy campaign
Wednesday December 21,2011
GTA entrepreneur Harpreet Sethi recently donated $10,000 to the CTV Toy Mountain campaign.
Canadian New Hospital names Guru Nanak Emergency
Friday March 11,2005
$500,000 from Harpreet Sethi, a local contractor who had two of his children born at WOHC hospitals
Congratulation for your humanitarian services by your recent donation to Salvation Army Mountain camp
Pudhuvai N.Raman.