Getting Your Business Online – Digital 101
Wednesday April 29
11:00am – 11:45am
Digital Main Street –
Digital Main Street is a program and service that helps main street businesses achieve digital transformation. The program is built around an online learning platform, structured training programs, and our Digital Service Squad, a team of highly trained recent graduates who help main street businesses grow and manage their business through the adoption of digital tools and technology.
Digital Main Street was created by the Toronto Association of Business Improvement Areas (TABIA) with direct support from the City of Toronto. Digital Main Street is also supported by a group of strategic corporate sponsors, including Google, MasterCard, Rogers, Microsoft and Shopify.
Join us, as we speak with Digital Main Street on how to get your business online. The discussion will be Questions & Answers based, giving the audience an opportunity to provide their business background and letting us customize the content to ensure we deliver what you need.
On May 7th, join Northern Development Initiative Trust, KPMG, HSJ Lawyers and RBC to discuss Navigating Government Programs, Financial Uncertainty and Employer Obligations through COVID-19
The current health crisis has far-reaching implications. Organizations are having to mobilize quickly to help stabilize their businesses and make decisions that may have long-term implications. Join us May 7th for a panel discussion with KPMG, RBC and HSJ Lawyers for insights on government support programs, cash flow forecasting/planning and navigating human resource challenges.
Thursday, May 7, 2020
10:00 am – 11:00 am PST | Presentations
11:00 am – 11:30 am PST | Q&A
Click HERE to register. The webinar link will be shared with registrants on the day of the session.
MODERATOR: Joel McKay, CEO, Northern Development Initiative Trust
GOVERNMENT INCENTIVE PROGRAMS:
General information about government measures to support urgent business needs is readily available, however, it’s vitally important to stay on top of the latest information and to understand the fine print – the eligibility details, application process and risks – to properly evaluate which programs will work best for you, your organization and your employees.
Derek Dougherty, KPMG LLP, Senior Tax Manager
NAVIGATING FINANCIAL UNCERTAINTY:
To help assess current state and maintain resiliency, the top conversations businesses should be having with their lenders include cash flow planning, digitization strategies and maintaining strong business relationships.
Robyn Holling, RBC, Vice President Commercial Financial Services, BC North
Curtis Campbell, RBC, Vice President Business Markets, BC Region
Robert Merrell, RBC, Manager Business Markets, BC Interior Region
EMPLOYMENT AND LABOUR LAW IN THE WAKE OF COVID-19 :
Experienced legal professionals are a vital resource in understanding the top human resource challenges faced by employers relating to Covid-19 and managing shifting priorities.
Kimberly Pavao, HSJ Lawyers LLP, Employment Law and Family Law