Are you a small business that uses e-mail marketing?
Do you collect e-mail addresses at events and trade shows for your business?
As of July 2017, the grace period for the Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation has ended. Are you informed as to how to proceed now in order to be compliant?
Small business owners often use e-mail marketing to reach their current clients and make connections with new ones. In July 2014, the Canadian government enacted the first steps to an Anti-Spam Legislation, changing the way in which information was collected and digital communications were distributed in Canada. Now that the grace period has ended, it’s vital for small businesses to be aware of the changes that have occurred and what they need to do to stay compliant.
Small Business Consultant, Jennifer Walker
has teamed up with Alexandra Logvin, OWIT-Ottawa board member and litigation lawyer with Fasken,
to talk about what entrepreneurs and small business owners need to know about e-mail marketing and the Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation.
Agenda – April 12, 2018
6:00pm – Jennifer Walker presents: How to Get the Most Out of Your E-mail Marketing
6:45pm – Alexandra Logvin presents: CASL and Keeping Compliant for Your Business
7:30pm – Networking and Refreshments
Wine and light fare will be provided.
This seminar is free for OWIT-Ottawa Members. If you are a member, please register at firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends of OWIT-Ottawa are invited to attend at a discounted rate. Please refer to Alexandra and your Ottawa local chapter for all information, email@example.com