At Talk Shop we like to celebrate our clients’ success and recent media coverage with a Media Hit Roundup! Here are some examples of news featuring our clients within the past couple of weeks.
Entrepreneur and CEO, Joseph Nakhla was featured in the Globe and Mail as the founder behind Vancouver-based company, bazinga!, a social network platform for condo dwellers. This online platform brings a sense of community to residents and allows them to connect and interact about a wide range of relevant topics, all managed in one place. The platform allows residents to: book condo amenities, receive notifications from the property manager, or share ideas around improvements in their building.
We’re excited to announce that Toronto-based tech firm Biosign was featured in over 40 media outlets across the country over this past week such as: the National Post, CTV News, Global TV, Globe and Mail, and Huffington Post, as well as community newspapers such as Waterloo Record, The StarPhoenix, Metro Montreal, Kelowna Daily Courier, and Ottawa Citizen. The story announces that Biosign is in the running to win a $10 million prize with their creation of a “Star Trek” tricorder, which is a mobile device that checks for five vital signs and diagnoses medical disorders.
To celebrate its new partnership with Fortune Sound Club, Blueprint Events is throwing a free-RSVP blowout titled “Big Trouble in Little Chinatown” with special guest and Jersey club favourite Trippy Turtle [Mad Decent], and Vancity Buzz helped generate awareness and excitement around the party.
Cressey Development Group’s Cadence project was featured in The Province, showcasing the design behind the project covering the revival of patterned wallpaper in residential real estate and of course, the signature Cressey kitchen.
Midtown, an upcoming residential real estate development by PortLiving in the Mount Pleasant neighbourhood, is using a series of pop-up retail shops to gauge the community’s interest in the type of stores they would like to see in the area. The Directors of Midtown Development and the Midtown Experiment were able to discuss the reason behind this initiative with The Vancouver Sun.
Bill Henderson of Canadian rock band Chilliwack was featured on Urban Rush to discuss how he is using his experience to help others achieve a career in music as an instructor at the Singer/Songwriter Workshop at the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra School of Music.