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.
Grampy’s Tackle Box is a new venture for Marc (Grampy) and his wife Leeann (Nanny) after they decided to share their love of the outdoors with the fishing community, their grandkids, and family.
Penny and Dale Rudderham are the owners of Brunet Monuments, a legacy business in Cornwall, Ontario. Penny and Dale work diligently to modernize the business, and signed up for the ShopHERE program to help with their online presence.
Julie and Christopher Cooper are the owners of Dorothy’s Lodge, a family vacation haven in Elgin, Ontario. Knowing anyone can put a cabin up online to rent, Julie signed up for the ShopHERE program to establish credibility for their business.
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.
Andy Lam is the owner and operator of ECOMASK, Located in Toronto, Ontario. ECOMASK is a highly durable, three-layer mask which provides excellent protection. Andy recognized a silver lining and made his product available to a wider market.
Kelly Gauthier is passionate that everyone should have the opportunity to access online support whenever they need it. So, she signed up for ShopHERE to bring her art and photo therapy practice, Picture Yourself Well, online.
The Brides’ Project is a social enterprise that provides the best of both worlds for each bride as they raise money for cancer charities and help brides say yes to the dress with a more socially conscious and environmentally sustainable option.
Kelly Davison is the owner and artist behind KD Designs Tumblers and More located in Verona, Ontario. To bring her business online, she signed up for the ShopHERE program and couldn’t be happier to have her own website.