Shop Talk by Moneris: October Edition, Small Business Month
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Shop Talk by Moneris: October Edition, Small Business Month

October 04, 2022 Calculating time...

October is Small Business Month

It’s our favourite time of year and it has nothing to do with pumpkin spice, or Halloween parties—those are just bonuses!

October is Small Business Month and while we like to celebrate our small Canadian businesses year-round, in October we like to go that extra mile. After all, Moneris is the ‘Proud Partner of Small Canadian Business’.

Al is joined by co-host Tanya Nagi, Manager, Social Media at Moneris to talk about Moneris’ ‘Call For Small’ grant initiative.

He also speaks with Aziz Smailagic, Senior Account Manager at Ownr. Aziz lists his top five things new businesses need to get started.

Also in this episode:

  • Nicole Kosmayer, Co-founder, COO at Bookmark with some great advice on building a great ecommerce site
  • Sean McCormick, Director, Business Development, at Spendscape gives us an overview of Moneris’ partnership with Angus Reid on the latest consumer spending behaviour and sentiment data
  • Amanda Ibrahim, Sr. Events & Sponsorships Specialist at Moneris gives a rundown of October’s event calendar.

Listen to the episode to hear what they have to say.

 

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