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Latest hire puts Client Success at Centre Stage

We are excited to welcome Jessica Weisz to HitSend as our Chief Client Officer!  Jessica is passionate about how new ideas drive positive change and the power of a community. Her background consists of developing growth strategies, designing user experiences and driving transformative change in some of the world’s leading organizations.

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5 Tips to Engage Employees for Managers


From Gallup to Aon, there is a consistent trend of disengaged employees and Human Resources is struggling to increase productivity by engaging employees. We could recite all the reasons why it is important for your employees to stay engaged but let’s cut to the chase suggest actionable items to improve and change the way your employees engage. Today, we bring you our top five tips that you , the manager, can do to help re-engage employees and maximize the potential of your employees and teams.

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Co-op Files: Things No One Can Take Away

Meet our second co-op student, Jacqueline (Jackie) who is the marketing coop student from the University of Waterloo. Jackie studies Biotechnology and Economics and is entering her final year of university. She shares her learnings and some of her experiences from her time at HItSend . 

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Co-op Files: Reflections from Our Resident Funny Guy

Meet Willie Cheong. Willie is a web application developer co-op student from the University of Waterloo,  our Resident Funny Guy who  likes to queue up bugs for the “slaughter house”. Going into the second half of his third year of Engineering in September, Willie wanted to share some reflections about his time here as a co-op student at HitSend.  

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How We Develop at SoapBox

About a year ago Graham and I went to Google IO to learn about some upcoming technology and meet some tech folk in the valley. The experience was great. We met a bunch of great people and got our hands on some new technology. Beyond everything else, the best thing we got out of that conference was a technology/development mentor & a new startup development process.

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