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Jessica Green, Director of Cursive, plays host to the biggest movers and shakers in the property management business as part of the Living Green Together Program.

The video series, produced by the Federation of Rental Housing Providers of Ontario (FRPO) and Rental Housing Business, focuses on sustainability in the property management industry. As more and more landlords are turning their attention to environmental policies and procedures, the series turns the spotlight on a number of important issues, including water, energy and gas consumption.

Jessica is no stranger to hosting duties, as she also anchors the Rental Housing Business Insider Network series. You can watch the videos from that series right here.

Check out all of the videos released so far in the Living Green Series on the Rental Housing Business site.

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Redwood Classics Apparel will be joining fellow inclusive companies on June 15 at the LGBT Supplier Diversity Forum in Toronto.

Featuring keynote speakers, panel discussions, roundtables and networking opportunities, the LGBT Supplier Diversity Forum is the ideal opportunity to meet with corporations committed to diversifying their supply chains. It gives companies the chance to tell them their story and why doing business with them makes sense. It’s also a chance for corporations to tell the story of supplier diversity within their company and why it is important to them.

The event also gives attendees the opportunity to learn about the advantages of becoming a certified LGBT business enterprise, meet procurement leaders from Canada’s top corporations and network with other LGBT-owned businesses.

Register to attend this event here.

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Who makes your clothes?

In the second episode of Redwood Classics Apparel’s groundbreaking online series Meet the Makers, the Toronto-based clothing manufacturer shows us the innovative techniques that set them apart.

From in-house dyeing and laundry to the proprietary washes that they developed themselves, the team at Redwood Classics is constantly pushing themselves and expanding their expertise to best serve their diverse array of clients.

Watch the episode and find out why made-in-Canada really matters when it comes to quality, craftmanship and care. See all of the episodes here.

About Redwood Classics Apparel
Now in its third generation, Redwood Classics Apparel is a Toronto-based clothing manufacturer. The company’s handcrafted designer apparel can be found at upscale, internationally renowned department stores across Canada and the USA. With a growing presence in Japan and Europe, Redwood Classics has combated offshore competition, putting Canada on the map as a leading destination for premium garment manufacturing. Redwood Classics is a proud member of the Promotional Product Professionals of Canada Inc. and the Advertising Specialty Institute. In a continuing effort to strengthen a global movement toward a more equitable, globally responsible industry, Redwood Classics is a member of the Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council. For more information, visit www.redwoodclassics.net.

 

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