Amidst a growing call for digital transformation accelerated by the COVID-19 crisis, the ShopHERE program has supported businesses and artists across Ontario with their very own online stores. Find some of our graduate success stories below and see how we help participants succeed online. Learn more about the program here.
Owned and operated by Jane Pearson, Modern Abode has been collecting and specializing in Mid-Century Modern decorative arts since 1999.
A WWB Production, Inc. develops and produces original, innovative, and compelling entertainment projects that shine a light on underrepresented and marginalized communities of colour.
Samantha Jennings is a personal trainer based out of Orleans Ontario who offers in-person and online coaching for strength training and weight management. Samantha looked to the ShopHERE program to enable their business for eCommerce!
5ive-On Designs has only been in business since 2020, originally creating prints for masks and clothing, but owner Patti recognized that in order to expand her market she needed to create an eCommerce store.
Babygagaa Boutique was created with the insight of helping families struggling to buy clothes for their children and was able to start selling more successfully online with the help of the ShopHERE powered by Google program.
Krayna is one of the largest emerging skincare companies in the world, with over more than twenty countries captivated by the quality of their products, they are now opening up a new frontier in North America thanks to help from the ShopHERE program.
Funny Bones Games Lounge and Café (Funny Bones), owned by John Lee and Laurie Bradford, is a board games lounge located in South Etobicoke at 3029 Lake Shore Blvd West.
What started out as a way to provide freshly-roasted coffee to friends and family in the local town of Vegreville, Alberta was effectively turned bustling side business for Davin Gegolick.