PostBeyond Partners with the Toronto Region Board of Trade for Employee Advocacy Seminar

Toronto has become a hub for innovation and diversity, and we consider ourselves incredibly lucky to have our roots here. As proud members of the Toronto tech community, we’ve made it our mission to make meaningful relationships in our own backyard.

Earlier this week, we held an event with the Toronto Region Board of Trade to put our mission in motion. We were humbled by the enthusiasm we received from TRBoT and its members, and we’re confident that this seminar is only the beginning of many in Toronto.

You can read the full press release below. Hope to see you at our next event in Toronto…or abroad!

PostBeyond has partnered with the Toronto Region Board of Trade to host a breakfast seminar called The Power of Employee Advocates.

The seminar hosted over 100 of Toronto’s business leaders to learn:

  • How to mobilize employees as the voice of a brand or organization
  • Where employee advocates can drive real business value
  • Strategies for engaging and empowering employees as brand advocates

Speaking at the event was Ivan Tsarynny, Co-founder and CEO of PostBeyond, and Jordanah Nekechuk, Marketing Manager at Canada Post.

“Hosting an event with the Toronto Region Board of Trade is an ideal fit for us,” said Ivan Tsarynny. “Their network brings together some of the most powerful business leaders in Canada. We think this seminar is an opportunity for PostBeyond to foster relationships with Toronto’s most influential minds, and share ideas on the evolving enterprise landscape.”

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Ivan Tsarynny leading “The Power of Employee Advocates” seminar

“As the catalyst for the Toronto region’s business community, the Board is proud to bring timely and relevant conversations to help our members grow their businesses through our Advanced Business Fundamentals programming,” said Gillian Smith, CMO, Toronto Region Board of Trade. “We are proud to feature PostBeyond’s innovative thinking and new business practices to our members.”

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