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Volunteers with The Corsage Project are lacing up their running shoes to train for the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon, taking place this year on October 18.

 

This event is one that Corsagers are proud to take part in each year, as they run to raise money to fund many of their initiatives. Chief among them is the Boutique Ball, an annual event held each spring that gives deserving young women the chance to find the perfect dress for their prom, free of charge.

 

Please support Team Corsage in the Scotiabank Waterfront Marathon by making a donation here. Their goal is to raise $15,000 to support their projects – and you can be a part of it!

 

About The Corsage Project:
The Corsage Project, working in partnership with the Children’s Aid Foundation, is a non-profit program in Toronto dedicated to giving the authentic prom experience to young women and men who would not otherwise have the opportunity to celebrate with their peers due to the high cost of formal wear. Through their scholarship program, The Corsage Project also helps local high school graduates achieve their post-secondary goals.

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Cursive’s founder and leader, Jessica Green, is the brand new host of Insider Network from Rental Housing Business. Each episode features movers and shakers in the rental housing industry discussing some of the hottest topics in property management.

 

In the first episode, Jessica interviews Kris Boyce, CEO of Greenwin Inc., and Shannon Williams, Vice President of Carma Industries. Shot on location at Greenwin’s Roselawn Avenue property in Toronto, they discuss the issue of submetering and what it means for the industry.

 

Watch the video below and stay tuned for many more episodes to come!

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How can social media benefit both artists and buyers alike? What role does content creation and strategy play in enticing engagement from your followers? Cursive’s Jessica Green helps to answer these questions in The Globe and Mail.

 

“To be successful on social, it’s a matter of content creation,” said Jessica Green, founder of CursivePR, a Toronto-based social media consulting company. “Figure out where your customers are, what kind of things they search for, and then create your content strategy in answer to that.”

 

Want more advice? Check out the full article here and follow Cursive on Twitter.

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