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.
BEAM Canada Immigration Consulting was created to help people go through the Canadian immigration process and to find a way to come to Canada. It also focuses on helping people who are already in Canada and want to bring their family.
A Toronto based aesthetician was forced to rethink how she did business due to the pandemic labeling her services as “non-essential”. This led to Sophia’s journey to restructure her in person service to an online eCommerce Store.
Kamal Abbasi has always wished to have a modern website but the quotes were too high. With the help of the ShopHERE Program, Kamal was able to build a new website for his printing business.
Rose Finlay’s goal is to help bridge the gaps between disabled communities and equal access to opportunity through collaborative learning. Her Clarington-based business, Inclusive Solutions, extended its reach online with the help of ShopHERE.
Stephanie Mayers created Mercury Professional Solutions to support businesses with HR processes. Stephanie was unsure whether an online store would be beneficial to her service-based business, but was pleasantly surprised by the ShopHERE program.
Andy’s Dance Party was created after owner, Andy Dewar spent time on different dance floors anywhere he could find music. He’s always the first one on the dance floor and the last one off.
Debi DeMutis is a reverend who specializes in counselling. She is also selling artwork and has devoted life and time to educating herself to better serve her clients.
Young entrepreneur, Alanis Sanchez from Mississauga, Ontario expanded her new online business, VirtuAlanis with the help of the ShopHERE Program Powered by Google.