Three keys to building a successful Digital Adoption Plan
Non-members: $30 + GST
You will be sent a Zoom link to participate in this event by 9:00 a.m. PT on June 29. Please don’t share the link as it will inhibit your ability to join.
Jelly Digital Marketing & PR is an award-winning digital marketing & PR firm made up of a team of go-getters, storytellers, and experts in all things digital. We know just how to get your businesses seen by the right people by using a unique combination of content creation, social media, PR, SEO, and digital advertising strategies in order to amplify your brand.
Global Performance Series (GPS)
Now more than ever, to keep pace with our rapidly evolving global markets, digitization is crucial to drive business growth and success.
The Canada Digital Adoption Program (CDAP), is a $4 billion initiative that was introduced in 2021 by the Government of Canada to help get businesses online, increase their e-commerce presence, and help to digitalize business operations.
Join us for an interactive session with one of B.C.’s CDAP Stream 2 approved Digital Advisors as they speak to the key elements of building a successful digital adoption plan. Stream 2 eligibility requirements includes companies must have at least $500,000 of annual revenues in one of the previous three tax years.
About the speaker:
Darian Kovacs is the Indigenous founder of Vancouver-based digital marketing agency Jelly Marketing and digital marketing school Jelly Academy, Jelly Academy. He brings 15 years of marketing experience and a passion for education, and creativity. He is the host of the podcast Marketing News Canada and on the board of NPower Canada. Darian specializes in mixing PR with digital marketing and has worked with numerous internationally renowned brands on developing and executing their digital marketing and PR strategies.
Darian Kovacs,Founding Partner, Jelly Marketing
Isabelle Landry, Senior Advisor, Financing Products, BDC
Moderator: Austin Nairn, Executive Director, World Trade Centre Vancouver
World Trade Center Vancouver is part of the World Trade Centers Association, a not-for-profit, non-partisan association dedicated to the establishment and effective operation of World Trade Centers as instruments for trade expansion. The World Trade Centers Association is an international ecosystem of global connections and integrated trade services made up of over 300 World Trade Center locations in nearly 100 countries, representing over 750,000 businesses globally.