Our 3rd Ladies Who Chai Event for Masalamommas in Business:
“Turning ‘Likes’, followers into Sales, Blogging for Business Growth”
How can you turn those ‘likes’ ‘hits’ ‘engagement’ into sales? What does it really mean to write for your business and how do you start?
Are you a masalamomma or masalamomma-to-be looking to a place to grow your business or start one? Then you need to join us for this networking events series for moms like you!
If you’re a small biz owner or a company who would like to promote your biz to the fastest growing demographic of moms, become a swag bag sponsor for our event! Email email@example.com for details.
“Ladies Who Chai”, is a series of networking events for those in our masalamommas community who are small business owners (or want to be) bloggers, or entrepreneurial professionals looking for resources to help grow your business or learn about new tools and skills. Each event will bring the experts to us with hands-on sessions and dynamic speakers, with a common denominator: empowering women and their passions.
‘Ladies Who Chai’ events will aim to provide a forum for women in our South Asian community to expand their network, build their businesses and foster friendships. And of course there will be chai/tea because shouldn’t you start all great relationships with a good cup of tea?
In our 3rd ever, Ladies Who Chai event, we’re bringing together a panel of women to showcase the art of blogging for business and translating those fans, followers and that engagement into real sales. If you built it, will they come? That’s what we’re looking to help you answer.
How can you gain your share of voice? How do you decide who to engage with and how? How can you make those ‘likes’, ‘tweets’ count to your bottom line? Our speakers will talk about what it takes to grow your business from both the small business and corporation perspective.
With successful mompreneurs sharing their business tips and stories along with a big brand like Chevrolet Canada sharing how to use social media to make it count. Join us for a dynamic panel and get your questions answered! And meet other South Asian moms who are entrepreneurs just like you.
REGISTER TODAY! (SEATING IS LIMITED)
**You must be a masalamommas subscriber to attend.
Our 3rd Ladies Who Chai Event!
When: Thursday November 13, 2014
Where: Residence Inn Toronto Downtown
255 Wellington Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 3P9
Time: 6:00pm to 8:30pm
Kirin Singh, Entrepreneur, business owner, founder of ROI Realty
No matter the obstacle, Kirin’s positive attitude always makes her see challenges as opportunities. Her dynamic personality and warm spirit have consistently propelled her into experiences that taught her life-long lessons, shaping her into the successful single mother and entrepreneur she is today.
Kirin, in her unwavering pursuit to educate, has established herself as a vibrant public speaker at Peel Board high schools, Covenant House Toronto and Toronto Social Workers Committee, to name a few. Her passion for encouraging others to have self awareness and financial independence is what sets her apart in the hedonistic and self-serving investment landscape.
No matter how busy Kirin gets, she always prioritizes raising her two beautiful young children and being active in their lives. She is a School Council member and soccer coach. Furthermore, her volunteer work in the community led to her being recognized by WINGS (Women’s Initiatives to Nurture Grow & Support) at the 2014 “Women Hero Awards”.
Clare Kumar, Entrepreneur, business owner & founder of organizing company, Streamlife
From launching a business idea, to branding and becoming an expert in her field, Clare knows what it means to gain a foothold in her area of expertise. She will talk about how her blog has led to paid writing opportunities and spokesperson work which has increased her credibility with her business clients.
Clare is an engaging international speaker–delivering organizing insights and advice to diverse audiences from home shows to corporations and professional conferences. You will be moved by her stories, entertained by her sense of humour and inspired to create space and make time in your life.
Clare, a Silver Leaf member of Professional Organizers in Canada (POC), was recognized for her contributions to the association and the industry with the 2013 Harold Taylor Award.
Since founding Streamlife®, an organizing company,in 2005, Clare has inspired and motivated thousands of people to improve productivity and achieve greater peace of mind. Clare’s knowledge, enthusiasm, animated-yet-articulate style,and on-camera presence make her a go-to person in the organizing industry.
Clare has appeared as an organizing expert on shows such as The Social, The Marilyn Denis Show, Breakfast Television-Toronto, CityLine, The Steven & Chris Show, Money Moron 2,Backyard Inventor,CP24, CTV News at noon, CHCH Morning Live, Downright Domestic, Real Life, Get Connected, Finding Your Bliss, Daytime Toronto and Daytime Peel.
She has delighted viewers with innovative products on The Shopping Channel, QVC and HSN. Clare has been interviewed by The Globe & Mail, Toronto Star, Canadian Press, Reader’s Digest, Macleans, Toronto Sun, Metronews and CBC Radio, and appeared in Canadian Living, Chatelaine, Canadian House&Home and Today’s Parent. Clare works with major brands such as Intel, Staples, Canadian Tire, ACCO Brands Canada, and Whirlpool Canada, and has represented a variety of brands including Rubbermaid, Neatfreak, and Homz Products International. Clare is co-creator of Pliio®-a widely available line of home organizing products, and has authored The Organized Family Planning Calendar, and A Balanced Life wall calendar.
Adria MacKenzie, Corporate Communications Manager, General Motors of Canada
Adria MacKenzie has been the Corporate Communications Manager for GM Canada since September 1, 2011. Adria has responsibility for managing GM Canada’s corporate reputation including investment, R&D and sales communications, issues management, executive profile, marketing initiatives, advanced technologies and safety-related news.
Adria is also a member of GM Canada’s social media council, which sets the social media strategy for the company, and she engages in conversations on a variety of social channels on behalf of the company.
Adria began her career with GM Canada as a Public Relations Specialist in 2005, overseeing GMCL’s outreach to non-automotive media. In 2010 as GMCL’s Media Relations Manager, Adria developed and executed the company’s lifestyle and social PR activities at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games. Adria holds an Honours Bachelors of Arts from the University of Toronto and a diploma in Public Relations from Durham College.
Angela Aiello, Entrepreneur, Writer, Educator, Founder of iYellow Wineclub
Angela started off blogging about her passion – wine and with her entrepreneurial talents, communications background strong vision she’s built an empire. On a mission to create global “Wine Confidence,” Angela Aiello is known as a ‘Wine Evangelist’ and is said to be bringing wine tasting into the 21st century by The Toronto Star. Angela is the founder of iYellow Wine Club, which is home to over 10,000 members who taste, learn and meet through glasses of wine. The club has been hailed by Toronto Life as “The coolest place to learn about wine!”.
iYellow is a creative and service inspired agency catering to the global wine industry. We customize and create unique and remarkable wine sampling experience and work with brands on educational tasting experiences and digital programs catered to a young millennial demographic. We focus on relevant messaging and new-age social media programs to be relevant to a changing wine market demographic.
Angela will talk about blogging for business and will share strategies on how to use effectively use social media create a business that resonates with customers.
Register today, seating is limited!
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