Conference #1 – SOHO

Alexa Clark recently attended the SOHO/SME Conference in Toronto. She recaps the highlights from speakers such as Yahoo!’s Maor Daniel (presentation slides included) and Flirty Girl Fitness’s Kerry Knee as well as the latest in gadgets from Mike Agerbo of GetConnected TV.

October seems to be Conference Month for me. The first on e on the circuit was the . The conference, whose focus is Small Office Home Office “For Businesses On The Grow”, was held in Toronto last week and is going to be in Vancouver for its 11th year on October 30th.

As an entrepreneur running a home office for the last 10 years this conference is designed for me.  I went looking for new ideas on keeping things organised, managing remote teams, and of course gadgets. I love my tech toys.

The morning Keynote session started with ‘s Maor Daniel’s fact-filled presentation discussing the opportunities for Canadians to market better online.  Lots of info on Canadian online usage stats, SEO tips, and of course a little sell.   Best comment? “Marketers aren’t leading, they’re following consumers online”  (BTW, Maor made his presentation available for One Degree readers, and you can see it below.)

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October seems to be Conference Month for me. The first one on the circuit was the . The conference, whose focus is Small Office Home Office “For Businesses On The Grow”, was held in Toronto last week and is going to be in Vancouver for its 11th year on October 30th.

As an entrepreneur running a home office for the last 10 years this conference is designed for me.  I went looking for new ideas on keeping things organised, managing remote teams, and of course gadgets. I love my tech toys.

The morning Keynote session started with Yahoo! Canada -- The New Era of Marketing to Canadians Online‘s Maor Daniel’s fact-filled presentation discussing the opportunities for Canadians to market better online.  Lots of info on Canadian online usage stats, SEO tips, and of course a little sell.   Best comment? “Marketers aren’t leading, they’re following consumers online”  (BTW, Maor made his presentation available for One Degree readers, and you can see it below.)

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