October 21, 2016
October 21, 2016
October 19, 2016
As part of the Digital Main Street onboarding process, Toronto main street businesses are provided an assessment of their current digital readiness including next steps for increasing their online presence.
Each main street business will have its Digital To-Do List including everything from setting up Google My Business to considering e-commerce for their website. Each item on the To-Do List will include explanations, education and access to vendors that can help them improve their digital readiness
Available to BIA members, the Digital Service Squad is a partnership with George Brown College connecting main street businesses with students who can help them meet their digital needs at little or no cost.
With a click, Toronto main street businesses can access a list of digital product and service providers who can help them to improve their digital readiness whether it's setting up a social media plan or building their first mobile-friendly website.
Free to BIA main street businesses, Digital Main Street shares articles, case studies, tutorials and more help to main street businesses answer questions before making important digital purchases.
With over 35,000 main street businesses in Toronto eligible to use the Digital Main Street, this buying power translates into deals and savings that can benefit every main street business in the city.
Through Digital Main Street and their BIAs Toronto main street businesses can access free workshops, training and demonstrations helping them reach their digital potential.
A retail innovation startup incubator that supports ongoing prototyping, testing and scaling of technologies and services in BIAs.