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Erin Bury

As seen in:  BetaKit
Covers:  emerging technology, innovation, startups
Doesn't Cover: product reviews, startup accelerators

Managing Director @88Creative. Former Managing Editor @BetaKit. @Marketing_Mag 30 Under 30. @FinancialPost columnist. CTV News tech expert. Retweeted by Oprah.

Erin Bury's Biography

Erin Bury is the Managing Editor at BetaKit. A journalism graduate, Erin has covered startups and technology for over three years in publications including Sprouter Weekly, The Globe and Mail, Business Insider, Mashable, and VentureBeat. She also writes a regular startup column for the Financial Post. Before BetaKit Erin worked as Director of Content & Communications at Sprouter from its launch in 2009 until its acquisition by Postmedia Network Inc. She ...

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Ignore the armchair critics: How to deal with negativity towards your startup

business.financialpost.com — To start a small business you need a great idea, lots of passion and thick skin.

We're Hiring! Be Our Next Digital Marketing Coordinator

88creative.ca — Posted on May 7, 2014 by Erin Bury Love Le Gourmand cookies and digital marketing? Then you could be our brand spankin' new digital marketing coordinator! Read on for details. What is 88 Creative? We're a team of 7 based out of a brick-and-beam office at Adelaide & Peter in downtown Toronto.

A hello from 88 Creative's new Managing Director

88creative.ca — Posted on July 23, 2013 by Erin Bury When I first joined the startup world in 2008 as a community manager at Sprouter social media was just emerging as a viable way to market your company.

Will Turkey welcome female entrepreneurs?

business.financialpost.com — Amid political unrest, and riots in Turkey, the annual Dell Women's Entrepreneur Network (DWEN) conference went off without a hitch in Istanbul. The city joins other emerging-city hosts, including Rio de Janeiro and New Delhi.

The top female tech leaders in Toronto

yongestreetmedia.ca — When it comes to women in technology, there are two names that typically dominate the headlines: Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and her ideas on how women can "lean in" to the boardroom table; and Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer and her attempt to turn the tech giant around.

Celebrities and influencers can help take a business to the next level

business.financialpost.com — From Michael Jordan promoting Nike products in the 1980s and '90s, to Alicia Keys becoming BlackBerry 's brand ambassador, companies have long tried to tap into a celebrity's fan base to help them sell more products and reach a larger audience.

Target Canada: Small businesses set sights on shelf space in stores

business.financialpost.com — When Target opened the doors of its store in Toronto's east end recently, the splashy launch party featured some Canadian celebrities - Elisha Cuthbert among them - and food stations offering up local delicacies such as poutine.


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