Who are the people next door? Interview with Sandra
Sandra Ruch is a new member at 7 Labatt Place renting a small, private office space at our building. She works for the Canadian Voice of Women for Peace (VOW), a non-partisan Non-Governmental Organization (NGO).
If you haven’t met Sandra just yet, here’s a short interview with her.
1. So, Sandra, what are you doing at 7 Labatt Place? Please tell us about your organization and your work!
Canadian Voice of Women for Peace has been around since 1960. Our mission is to provide a means for women to exercise responsibility for the promotion of world peace and justice, through education of themselves and others to take an equal part in the democratic process of decision making; and to cooperate with women throughout the world to create the mutual respect and understanding necessary for the peaceful resolution of international conflict.
Who are the people next door? Interview with Clint
7 Labatt Place is not just a location for office space rental. We are a community of aspiring small and mid sized businesses, offering great products and services.
Our interview series Who are the people next door? aims to introduce our awesome building members and their products to each other and to our readers. This week’s interview is with Clint, photographer, videographer and small business owner:
1. So, Clint, what are you doing at 7 Labatt Place? Please tell us about your business and your services!
Hi there, I run 2 small businesses in 7 Labatt. The first is a video production company called Big City Studio, we are a boutique style production company that creates commercials, music videos and corporate videos both for web and TV as well as commercial photography. The second company is a lighting company called Big City Lights, we do sales and rentals of professional film lighting and accessories.
Women in Tech: Intro to Python Workshop Summary
Last Wednesday, we hosted an Introduction to Python workshop, organized by the Meetup group Pyladies. Inspired by Pyladies’ aim to get more women in Toronto involved with Technology, we feel it is a good idea to write about our experience with the first Python workshop in this blog post. Seeing how much fun technology can be, we hope this post encourages many more girls to join tech related events in Toronto.
Office Space in Toronto: Stylish Work Space Available March 1st
If you are looking for stylish office space in Toronto ideal for a startup/small business team, we have a beautiful workspace for you!
Dear Tenants and Friends of 7 Labatt Place,
2012 is coming to an end and we would like to say “Thank You” for being a part of our fantastic work community at 7 Labatt Place.
We wish you a happy holiday season and a prosperous new year.
Dan, David, Nora, and Linda
Who are the people next door? Interview with Linda
In line with our interview series Who are the people next door?, this week’s interview is with Linda, who is coming to 7 Labatt Place for incredible 13 years. In case you didn’t get a chance to meet Linda just yet, we’d like to introduce her to you, today:
So, Linda, how long have you been around at 7 Labatt Place and what has changed over the years?
I am coming to 7 Labatt Place for 13 years now and I’ve noticed many positive changes in and around the building.
Affordable Startup Office Space: Pay less get more!
In the last two months, a growing number of young startups and entrepreneurs knocked on our door asking for downtown office space. Usually those creative individuals have the same requirement: They need a professional space to get their work done and grow their business. Some of them come from the coffee shops of the city and others worked from home before. What they have in common is the motivation to change their work situation into something more serious without loosing much of their precious startup budget. Here, at 7 Labatt Place, we came up with a great solution to this problem.