Making decisions about a future career path can be difficult, but we are here to help! Tune in to get insight into new careers, resources and information. We want to help you, build your dream! DREAM MAKER PANEL: Featuring women from various careers share their stories and share their advice on getting into the field!
Earth Day 2020 went Virtual! There was a collection of eco activities, contests, trivia and discussions that Ottawa area residents could participate in. Typically, we do a garbage clean up at Mooney's Bay in Ottawa but instead, we encouraged folks to clean up around their neighbourhoods.
FULL HOUSE at @localtalksyow February edition! What an awesome experience connecting with local entrepreneurs about #businessplanning 🤓👍 Met with other local #businessowners @connexionista @aneekaward at @thirdlinehealthandfitness Matías @cinqhole who had amazing perspectives on taking action towards your goals! Thanks so much to @derouchiemedia for capturing the night 👌📸 and to Megan at @fallforlocal for hosting an awesome evening. Looking forward to attending many more Local Talks!
These honours are reserved for companies in Ottawa with fewer than 10 employees and at least one full year of business under their belts. Recipients were split between Ottawa’s east and west ends, and were divided among professional services firms, retail stores and business services and manufacturing.
Refurbishing with Re4m! We had a great opportunity to be a part of CTV Morning Live where we talked about the importance of repurposing, some cool ideas on what to repurpose, and we even made a small wooden craft! Thanks Jasmin for showcasing Re4m Design and Fabrication!
Heather Jeffery takes on other local businesses in a pitchfest competition in Ottawa. After a rocky start, Heather redeems herself by speaking from the heart and wins the crowd over with passion, dedication and initiative!
CKCU Radio Interview Segment Jordana Colomby, a student at Carleton’s School of Journalism, stopped by the Re4m workshop to check out what we are up to and to spread the word about Re4m! Listen to what Jordana has to say by clicking on the link below! (re4m’s appearance is around 1:03:00)
When she was an Industrial Design student at Carleton University, Heather Jeffery had a series of retail jobs to pay the bills and was dismayed by how much perfectly useable material — shelving units, furniture with small scratches, dinnerware sets with one broken plate — her employers would throw into the dumpster.