How to Save Time While Managing Your Online Presence

In this video, Daniel gives 3 tips on how you can save time while managing your online presence, as a busy entrepreneur focused on running your business.

The Brampton Entrepreneur Centre provides weekly tips for entrepreneurs and small businesses through this #WisdomWednesdays video series, which you can watch below.

3 Tips on Time Management for Online Presence

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Thank you to the City of Brampton Economic Development and the Brampton Entrepreneur Centre for including these tips.

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Brampton’s Creative Hub

Brampton has launched a MakerSpace at Brampton Library, Four Corners Branch, 65 Queen St E, Downtown Brampton.

Get hands-on with cool technology like 3D modeling and design software, 3D printers, robotics software and tools, and architectural modeling software. Expert support from Sheridan College is on-hand during scheduled programming times to help provide guidance and instruction on using the tools and software. Solve household or commercial design challenges, or simply create and play!

Using a makerspace model, the MakerSpace Creative Hub combines manufacturing equipment and technology with community and education to help users to design, prototype and create manufactured works that wouldn’t be possible to create with the resources available to individuals working alone. It’s also a great place to learn how to use cutting edge tools, and develop 21st century job skills.

Sheridan College Faculty of Applied Science and Technology’s Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies (CAMDT), Brampton Library and the City of Brampton Economic Development Office have partnered to establish the MakerSpace Creative Hub downtown Brampton where residents, students, entrepreneurs and visitors can come together and collaborate while sharing tools, resources and knowledge.

Why Visit?

  • Opportunity for all ages to explore 3D Printing & Modeling, Robotics, Architectural Design & More
  • Hands-on and interactive – learn to use tools and materials, and develop creative projects
  • Increase your knowledge of current technologies and trends
  • Exposure to new technology and innovation
  • Access to expert guidance and support materials

Quick Facts

  • This is the first community-based Library MakerSpace of its kind in Canada to boast a professional grade 3D printer, thanks to a generous in-kind contribution from Cimetrix Solutions, a leading provider of 3D printing technology serving academic, design and manufacturing communities across Canada.
  • Residents can get hands-on with technology like 3D modeling and design software, 3D printers, robotics software and tools, and architectural modeling software.
    • The MakerSpace Creative Hub is the product of a partnership between Sheridan College and the Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies (CAMDT), Brampton Library and the City of Brampton.
    • Brampton has a strong foundation in the creative economy, employing 36,095 people from a broad range of creative and cultural industries.

Building Better Businesses in Brampton: Introducing B Corp

Global Entrepreneurship Week is coming up and so on November 18 at 6:30 pm, local entrepreneurs are hosting a free event for businesses and aspiring social entrepreneurs in Brampton.

Speakers from B Corp Canada (Aaron Emery, MaRS Centre for Impact Investing) and successful B Corp Certified businesses from the GTA will share their experience. Local entrepreneur T by Daniel will be sampling Fair Trade Tea. Brampton’s first Co-Working space, LAB B, will share their current Crowdfunding campaign.

The event is focused on networking and knowledge. One goal is to bring B Corp to Brampton, joining the 100 companies in Canada so far with the certification. It will be hosted at T by Daniel on Main St.

Let’s talk, Brampton.

  • How to Start a Social Purpose Business
  • Brampton Businesses for a Better World
  • B Corp Benefits for Entrepreneurs
  • Is Your Business Engaged?
  • Non-Profit vs. Social Enterprise

What are B Corps?

B Corp is to business what Fair Trade certification is to coffee or USDA Organic certification is to milk. B Corps are certified by the nonprofit B Lab to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency.

Today, there is a growing community of more than 1,000 Certified B Corps from 33 countries and over 60 industries working together toward 1 unifying goal: to redefine success in business. There are100 Canadian B Corps, which represent over 10% of the 910 global B Corps across 60 industries in 29 countries. Canadian B Corps are currently the largest cluster outside of the United States.

This completely free event is part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, and is presented jointly by Daniel Francavilla of Now Creative Group, Joyanne Howell of Open Mind Marketing, and Ryan O’Neil Knight of Detailing Knights (Certified B Corp).

Register for this event here.

Behance Creative Portfolio Review in Brampton

Brampton’s first Behance Portfolio Review Night will kick off with a keynote presentation by Robleh Jama, founder of Tiny Hearts. The talk will shed light on how he turned his interest for creativity, education and technology into a career.

Audience members with portfolios of their work will break out into groups where group leaders look at the work and provide feedback. To close things out, everyone is invited to enjoy snacks, hang out, and mingle. Designers should bring a Portfolio in either electronic or hard-copy.

Group Leaders doing the reviews include:

ROBLEH JAMA | / @robjama
Robleh Jama is a creative entrepreneur with a passion for education, design and play. In 2010, Robleh founded the company Tiny Hearts, a series of family-friendly educational applications, which went on to produce the award winning application Pocket Zoo™. Pocket Zoo™ went on to become a top 50 app on Apple’s App Store and number one in the education category. Prior to this, Robleh co-founded the successful niche online social network, Sneakerplay, which received a variety of mainstream attention from top tier brands like Nike, Adidas, EA Sports and Footlocker. Tiny Hearts has received press coverage from the New York Times, Wired Magazine and popular tech blogs like Techcrunch.

A designer that loves to lead, conceptualize and design user interfaces, experiences and brands. Ahmed is forever a student of knowledge and his journey in design continues to fascinate others as he challenges himself to learn about product design, interaction design and user experience on top of his current UI, web, print and branding design skill set.

DANIEL FRANCAVILLA | / @francavilla
As Creative Director of Now Creative Group, Daniel works with a team of creative and business professionals to provide Design, Digital, Marketing and Media services to startups, businesses and non-profits. Moreover, after traveling to developing countries, Daniel founded ACCESS, an organization to help children in the developing world receive an education and to empower local youth to become leaders. Daniel initially launched Daniel Design in Brampton as a freelancer.

OLIVIA VIOLA | / @theoliviaviola
As a young flourishing designer, Olivia is always searching for ways to diversify herself in the world of media. She is a fresh graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design University, being one of the first to recieve the institution’s Bachelor degree. Hungry for experience she immediately took her initiative to the creative teams of Inventa and Now Creative. Olivia is always excited to further develop her skills, technique and love for creation in the field of advertising.

HARPREET ZINGH | / @harpreetZingh
As LAB-B’s co-founder Harpreet is constantly wearing the hat of creative strategy and development. Fostering an environment where he gets the opportunity to help those around him is what keeps him going and he is always looking for ways to help creatives be the best that they can be. Winner of Startup Weekend Peel 2014, he accredits his success to his famed motto, “Teamwork makes the Dreamwork.”

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