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.
Two Sparrows Diaper Co. was founded by Tara Tourloukis when she began searching for the best cloth diaper for her children. Noticing a gap in the market Tara took the opportunity to launch her very own one of a kind cloth diaper business.
Brighton, Ontario’s Jacqueline Birk turned her hobby of designing drinkware into an eCommerce business. With the help of the ShopHERE Program, she launched her store Nanny Made It to share her spectacular creations with a wider audience.
Connii’s Craft Studio is an eCommerce store that offers handmade plushies, crochet and knitted goods, stickers, washi tape, and more. Her signature crafts are bright and animated, and are sure to bring a smile to your face!
During her time with the ShopHERE Program, Shelley had gained invaluable experience in setting up an eCommerce website, increasing her presence on the Internet and most importantly, creating a polished digital case to display her works of art.
Charles Musa, owner of World of Daily Essentials, recently got an eCommerce store up and running in no time thanks to the ShopHERE Powered By Google Program. World of Daily Essentials is a one-stop shop for home and closet essentials...
Family owned business, Hi Life Beverages, aims to bring you healthy and refreshing Hibiscus Roselle juice through their brand new online store.
Based out of Niagara Falls, ON, Ashley Elizabeth is using her new Shopify site to help promote zero waste efforts with her recycled and repurposed artworks. With a new online store, she's able market her products in innovative ways.
Canadian Baits was created after owner Eric began making fishing baits for his friends. Eric’s creative freedom and feeling of accomplishment lead him to the ShopHERE Program, where he launched his own online store that is available across Canada.
Soft & Butter specializes in skin products that are formulated with indigenous herbs and plants and made with BIPOC skin problems in mind. The brand was created by Jasmine Swimmer during the pandemic and you can find her products on her online store.