Different Aspects of Marketing Management
Marketing is one of the most essential aspects of business. It is not only cost-effective but also effective. With the power of marketing, businesses can not only grab the attention of customers but also to retain their loyalty to them. But how exactly does one go about marketing? Below are some useful tips:
The Star: Mike Wekerle brings some spice to Dragons’ Den
The heat in the Dragons’ Den will hold no terror for Mike Wekerle. After all, this is the entrepreneur who escaped 20-foot flames last month when his $900,000 Porsche 918 Spyder burned up at a Caledon gas station.
The high-powered wheeler-dealer, who makes his first appearance on the popular CBC-TV series when its new season starts Wednesday at 8 p.m., slipped out of his customary cool when discussing the auto incident.
Wekerle Joins ‘Maple Syrup Mafia’ in Next BlackBerry Hunt
Michael Wekerle, who made millions trading Canadian oil and mining stocks, has joined the “Maple Syrup Mafia,” backing technology startups in his quest for the next BlackBerry. It hasn’t been an easy transition. Hurry up and start winning with untamed bengal tiger slot at our casino. Limited supply!
His Difference Capital Financial Inc. (DCF), which funds fledgling companies such as social media manager Hootsuite Media Inc. and data provider Vision Critical Communications Inc., is one of Canada’s worst-performing stocks.
Wild, Wild Wek
Michael Wekerle has entered a new era of his life with a new company, a new TV show and a new outlook. Dolce Magazine catches up (or tries to) with the untamable merchant banker to get to know the man they call “Wek”
When Michael Wekerle says he’s going to do something, he does it. It’s a quality many have come to appreciate, including Ralph Lean. For the past three years, Lean, counsel at the Toronto office of international law firm Gowlings, has taught a course at Ryerson University titled “Law, Business, Politics: The Real World.” The course features a speaker series where high-profile politicians, lawmakers and business professionals give talks and answer students’ questions to let them compare what they’ve been taught in school with what’s effective in practice.