Guest post by Kathleen Davey of Chic Geek and edited by Kathy Dueck. Chic Geek – another organization that’s part of the cohorts of ATB-X – is a welcoming and inclusive non-profit organization that supports women looking to gain skills in technology and entrepreneurship. Founded in 2013 by Kylie Toh, in the past year, the Chic Geek team […]
JobJar: getting assistance with household projects has never been easier. The brainchild of Naomi Pereira, JobJar was started over a year ago. Naomi recognized a gap in the market: a lack of tradespeople and/or handypersons willing to do small jobs around the house, referred to as “Skilled Doers” on JobJar’s website, available for homeowners who needed […]
Motivated by the epic amount of waste in landfills, particularly notable during his travels to China and South Africa, and with a passion to help the environment, the idea of Green Cups began to percolate while Austin (“Ozzy”) Lang, one of the co-founders, was at university. Environmentalism is not just up to the corporations.~ Ozzy […]
Come and meet 20 up-and-coming entrepreneurs who are ‘all in’ at ATB X – ATB’s new business accelerator program – and celebrate the collective achievements of the very first cohort. Drop in at the Connaught Centre between 1-4 pm on Feb 1st, hear about our entrepreneurial journey, and be entered into a prize draw if […]
The best technology from a user’s perspective is the one that consistently does what it is designed to do without the user requiring detailed knowledge of the internal workings of the technology to be able to use the product. Basically good technology just works!! This also applies to CRM solutions. SMBs mostly want a CRM […]
A while back, one of our sales associates sparked an interesting conversation with the owner of a small business (SMB) who brought up two very important questions. The owner asked that if they’d been in business for over twenty years, why would they need a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solution now? They subsequently asked, […]
The Women Re-Engagement Program team develops ‘Leading Practices’ for both women and employers that ignite on-going cultural changes in the workplace. Being part of the Women Re-Engagement Program Partner Network ensures that we stay true to our values and vision by incorporating their recommended leading practices in our model to empower internal talent for greater success.
Microsoft invests in the success of its partners and supports development activities. Being part of the Microsoft Partner Network is helping us to drive our technology and allows us access to support and technical training from Microsoft engineers ensuring we stay ahead of the game.