Date(s) - 28/02/2018
Communities are popping up everywhere. From small co-working spaces in rural cities to major ecosystems in Toronto, entrepreneurs are building communities to spread innovations across their regions in many different forms. How can you build a community that is not only sound and strong for its members, but also for the local economy? We will talk about what kinds of people and vision it takes to build a successful community through entrepreneurship.
Join Startup Canada (@Startup_Canada) and CEDEC (@CEDEC_QC) on Twitter, February 28, 2018, from 12pm – 1pm ET for a live #StartupChats “Building Community through Entrepreneurship”. Hosted by Kylie Woods, Founder & CEO of Calgary-based Chic Geek (@kywoods_).
Where: on Twitter under the hashtag #StartupChats
Lyndon Johnson has redesigned public relations and marketing for entrepreneurs to make it affordable, accessible, transparent and measurable. He helps startup and small business founders build, test and measure PR and marketing strategies to find the ones that grow their business. He is the founder of THINK DIFFERENT [LY] and http://COMMS.BAR , a walk-in public relations and marketing clinic.
Jarrod Goldsmith is a Canadian small business community builder and is the embodiment of the small business spirit. He is one of Ottawa’s best known entrepreneurs and founded Sax Appeal (Canada’s Premier Saxophone Ensemble), eSAX (The Entrepreneur Social Advantage Experience); Ottawa’s largest entrepreneur networking community for small business and Ask the Fedora (a weekly YouTube networking video series).
Groupe Conseils DDE s.e.n.c. is founded on the expertise of Éric Lamirande and Francine Barbeau, and the expertise of our colleagues. We offer our services in consulting, coaching and training in the following areas: management strategies, business development, marketing and social medias. We believe that by our actions and our socio-economic spin-offs, our company contributes to help our clients (non-profits, entrepreneurs) to innovate and succeed for the benefit of our communities.