"The idea behind this initiative is to help our fellow industry members prepare for future success." comments Grant Daoust CEO of Trends. "Many members of our community are working from home, or on possible temporary layoff. They may now have the time available for some exceptional product education,
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Larry Keating, President of Keating Technologies and NPC Security has brought to our attention that malicious health advisory emails are being used by hackers to exploit the global COVID-19 pandemic. Most notably, Keating's security company alerted their customers to show caution when opening the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus COVID-19 map.
Since our last update, our provincial government has mandated that all non-essential businesses should close for a two week period. Bryston will comply with this order and close through April 8th and practice safe distancing and good citizenship effective immediately.
WiFi HiFi is saddened to announce the passing of Shaw Communications Inc. founder, Executive Chair, and former CEO, JR Shaw, who passed away peacefully yesterday at the age of 85.
Rogers is offering its support to Food Banks Canada (FBC) by donating one million meals and using its TV and radio assets to help build national awareness of the need for healthy meals for families as a result of the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Somewhere, in a dank, dark basement is a socially awkward yet brilliant guy shaking his head at the current situation. You know the guy. The one who everyone considers the stereotypical geeky tech nerd who doesn't socialize with others. Instead, he chooses to stay home staring at his computer screen for hours on end. Yet today, we are all being forced to become this fictional person we have long shunned.
As we deal the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, we are accepting positive messages of encouragement from members of the industry. Here's a message from Philippe Rayes, President and CEO of Sherpa Group.
Diane J. Brisebois, President and CEO of the Retail Council of Canada (RCC) has issued a statement regarding the current situation with COVID-19.
The six largest banks in Canada have committed to providing financial relief to Canadians who are impacted by the economic consequences of COVID-19.
Today, we have all entered an era of uncertainty. We not only fear for our jobs, our businesses and our financial futures, but also for the health and well being of our families, friends, neighbours, and coworkers.
One of the most basic tenets of business is that of supply and demand. When there is great demand for a product or service, you must provide a greater supply to meet that demand. When there's less of a demand, you don't need as much supply.