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Please join us for the fourth in our series of chats about issues and ideas of interest to Toronto-Danforth. Mark Sakamoto will talk about the process of writing an intensely personal memoir of two Canadian families, Japanese and Canadian, torn apart by World War II, their pain and their healing. He will share what he learned from it and what we in turn can learn.
Please join your fellow small business owners and neighbours across Toronto-Danforth for an engaging discussion about small business success in Toronto-Danforth with a focus on social media. This is a free non-partisan event open to all in the community.
At the request of previous attendees, the 3rd Toronto Danforth Small Business Forum will focus on social media and how it can help you to grow your business. We will take you through the basics of social media (most popular platforms and what they do), how to strategize your social media activity, provide firsthand experience from a small business owner and show how your local BIA can help you promote your business using social media. The panel discussion will be followed by a Q and A session and then informal networking.
UPDATE: Speaker presentations from the evening have now been uploaded to the Toronto Danforth Small Business Forum website.
Kelly Lynne Ashton, Social Media Consultant
Karina-Catherine Goundiam, Social Media Expert
Nathalie-Roze Fischer, Eco-Accessories Designer
Perry Lupyrypa, Executive Director, Riverside BIA
Hugh Johnston, Strategic and Financial Architect
When: April 20, 2015, 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Where: Estonian House, 958 Broadview Avenue, Toronto, On