Helping Main Street Go Digital

A free digital how to guide to help you grow your business.

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What's Happening On Digital Main Street?

Events InStore: An Immersive Event on the Future of Retail

April 19, 2017

InStore: An Immersive Event on the Future of Retail
Websites are behaving more like stores, and stores are behaving more like websites. Whether it’s mobile ordering or interactive mirrors, retailers are innovating to offer rich experiences that dissolve the distinction between bricks and clicks.
Case Studies Carptor makes local food locatable

April 18, 2017

Carptor makes local food locatable
With growing emphasis on the social, environmental and economical benefits of buying local food, Toronto entrepreneurs John Cowie and Rob Elms have developed Carptor, a web and mobile database for finding local food wherever you are.
News Looking to attract the Canadian millennial shopper? Get to know them first.

April 27, 2017

Looking to attract the Canadian millennial shopper? Get to know them first.
Nearly every retailer today is making millennials — the first truly digital generation born between 1982 and 2000 — their priority, working hard to understand what interests, drives and delights this influential group.

Digital Providers

Digital Main Street connects main street businesses to the most innovative digital providers. Our team has selected trusted digital product and service providers for you to work with, who are offering the best deals exclusively when you sign-up.

Are you a digital provider interested in Digital Main Street?

Complete your free profile and increase your reach to the main street business audience.

Who are we looking for?

We are looking for digital providers on the forefront of digital innovation and technology who can meet the needs of main street businesses.

What's in it for my company?

Set-up your profile and promote your products and services directly to main street businesses.

Features of Digital Main Street

Digital Main Street is supported by key features that assist main street businesses as they adopt digital tools, technologies and services.

Main street businesses can access free workshops and training on topics relevant to their learning needs.

A virtual retail tech incubator that helps build partnerships between startups and BIAs to pilot new technologies with main street businesses.

The DMS Squad is a highly-trained team of students and recent graduates that BIAs can access to provide to their business members. The Squad will help businesses complete their assessment, review recommendations, and activate free and easy to use tools.

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