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Small Business Marketing Forum - 2017

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Toronto City Hall

100 Queen St. W.

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Toronto, ON M5H 2N2

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MORNING KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS



How to Find Your First 1000 Customers

Saul Colt, Founder and Creative Director, SAUL COLT - The Idea Integration Company

It is often debated if marketing is an art or a science. The truth is that it’s both but in a specific order. Without the art you have nothing to apply the science to and we all know that great marketing is a blend of strategy and ideas. In this highly actionable talk Saul Colt will go over both and set you on your way to being successful in finding the first 1000 customers for your business or startup.



Embrace the Power of Storytelling

Mark Evans, Founder, Mark Evans Consulting

To capture the spotlight, you need to tell stories that engage consumers and create strong connections. Mark Evans has been telling stories for years as a reporter, entrepreneur, and marketing consultant. In this talk he will help you embrace the power of storytelling to meet your business goals – be it more customers, brand awareness, leads or sales.





Building a Brand and Developing a Business

Marissa McTasney, Founder & President, Moxie Trades

How do you turn a statement into a product and then into a multi-million dollar brand! Marissa McTasney did just that when she had an “AHA moment” one day after buying a pair of men’s work boots. She ditched her high heels for pink work boots and jumped in with both feet. Marissa will share how she built a brand starting with one iconic product and an amazing story with a mission!


Afternoon Breakout Sessions To Be Announced Soon!


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