Brand is a promise kept.
Where you want to live.
It's all right here.
Above all expectation.
Putting children first.
Nothing wasted. Everything to gain.
Feel good building. Gives more than it takes.
Digital ideas delivered.
end of life ≠ end of value
Be understood. At scale.
Marketing and sales training
Help tech companies start, grow and succeed.
Don't waste another day.
The power of balanced breeding.
Live LIVE. Only at the Centre.
Creating all the best places.
The ultimate viewing experience.
The duck knows.
Creative and clarity.
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Jeff's Home. Advancing Opportunities
When it's right. It's right.
Reveal your hidden perk.
Website. Character development.
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Guest lecturer on place brand. Masters of Local Economic Development.
Understand your audience. Market second.
American Society of Cinematographers. Hollywood.
Social media for charities and granting organizations
135 Anniversary, Spoke to students on my career path
Spoke on The Right to Understand. Communicating in the Online Space at the Ontario Small Urban Municipalities Conference in Huntsville, Ontario. Spoke on language and the role social media is playing to clarify messages.
Branding a city for economic development and prosperity. Spoke with Linda Fegan from the City of Cambridge.
Harnessing the Web & Social Media for Growth/Filling Water/Wastewater Jobs. Co-presented with Nick Benkovich, Director of Water/Wastewater City of Greater Sudbury and past president of OMWA.
Social media and the impact on human resources for retention and attraction. Focusing on the benefits and risks of not being in the space, including legal aspects delivered by P.A. Neena Gupta, Partner with Gowlings
Community Engagement and Social Media at the Municipal Information Systems Association Conference in Hamilton.
A career in the arts. On a panel with David Marskell, The Museum and actor Laurence Follows. I spoke on visual arts.
"The ability to understand the human-to-human relationship present in everything we do, including the exchange of goods and services."
"We've got a growing population. You know, the flavour of the town has shifted from what it was years ago," Mayor Buckway told CBC News
“For an early-stage company like SSIMWAVE, the best way to cut through all of the noise at CES is in an offsite suite with companies that share our innovative spirit,”
It appears developers are telling the story: “Hey, come live in East Gwillimbury where you can get cheaper houses, but still enjoy the amenities of Newmarket.”
No council member objected to the new city slogan: “It’s all right here.” “This was meant to be for Cambridge. It was sitting around, waiting for us.”
Saj had many audience members laughing and in tears as he told his story of being a young immigrant desperately trying to fit in.