Being a thought leader is no easy task. Every space is saturated, a cacophony of voices competing for the same listeners. So how exactly do you rise above the noise?
We wanted to talk with the mind behind Toronto’s coolest new coworking space. Here’s what Matt McCausland had to say about Workwell Cafe, hustling, and the pros of waking up at 5am.
For our new interview series, we’re sitting down with real movers, shakers, and tastemakers that inspire us. To kick things off, Eighty-Eight’s PR Manager pulled in a favour with her bestie, Erin Armstrong — who just so happens to be one of Toronto’s rising artists — to chit-chat about art and design, and get a little personal at the same time.
As most of you know (and something I’ve written about in the past), influencer marketing has taken over the marketing world. It has become a tactic in many of our marketing strategies and has proven to be effective time and time again.
There are two things you can’t help but notice around Toronto these days. 1. Summer has (unofficially) arrived and the Trinity Bellwoods Park scene is back in full force. 2. Cannabis dispensaries are sprouting up in ever-growing numbers.
It’s a wrap. The stars have jetted out of town, the red carpet has been rolled away, and normalcy has returned to King West (somewhat) now that the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) has ended.
As someone who works for a startup, I’m naturally drawn to other startups. Yesterday I got the chance to sit down with Lisa Labute and Cat Parker, the two ladies behind The Goods, a vegan lunch delivery service. I also got a great lunch out of it that I’m still thinking about today.