In the midst of the 100s of emails HGTV personality & contractor Bryan Baeumler receives every day, one theme sticks out – people like you and I asking for referrals or recommendations on home-service experts. And that was the key to his partnership with CEO and founder of HeyBryan, Lance Montgomery
If the projections are correct, there will be a significant shortage of technology workers in Canada in the next ten to twenty years. Canada Learning Code plans on changing this projection with their initiative of teaching 10 million Canadians how to code by 2027.1
We had the pleasure of attending Dx3 2019 this past week and attending many of the great sessions featuring great brands, retailers and agencies along with knowledgeable presenters/panelists. Over the years we’ve watched Dx3 grow into what it is today, providing insight into how technology can help us innovate and better our businesses. Here are our thoughts on 3 sessions we really enjoyed.
It’s been a great success story for Endy and their co-founders, Rajen Ruparell and Mike Gettis, selling their company to Sleep Country Canada in November 2018 for just shy of $89 million. At the same time, they’ll continue to operate it as an independent company. We got a chance to hear the Endy story this month as the company literally just turned 4 years old. How did they do it?
Cannabis retail regulations in Ontario are still murky. While the first 25 retail licenses have been granted, the industry still awaits clarity on the opening of the playing field for others eagerly awaiting a piece of the pie.
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We’ve all had those experiences – the poor, disjointed conversations with retailers where they really have no idea as to what’s going on, leaving us ever so frustrated by missing simple conveniences we’ve come to expect. Customer expectations have greatly evolved and the customer of 2019 and forward demands much more than ever before.
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The women on this list are just eight of many that we need to honour as influential females in tech. They bring inspiration, passion, and their own innovative drive to the field of technology, motivating Canadian women to reach for and attain their dreams.
It really should come as no surprise that the use of technology in the classroom is becoming more widespread all the time. Teachers now have access to more technology than ever before, allowing them to communicate with students on a whole new level.