Business & Technology

x. Business
For over five years, I have been writing and editing content for business-to-business publications: topics include electric utilities, health retailers, and jewellery retailers. Here are some writing samples for your review.

INTEGRATED HEALTH RESOURCES MAGAZINE – CHFA West Issue 2016
NO GRAND VISION
How a spontaneous decision revolutionized the beauty industry

CANADIAN JEWELLER MAGAZINE – JCK Issue 2016
DEMOCRATIZATION OF LUXURY
L’ORO Jewellery entrepreneur steps up to embrace change

CANADIAN JEWELLER MAGAZINE – Spring 2016
100 YEARS IN THE MAKING
Nettleton’s Jewellery opened its doors in 1916—and, after 100 years in business, will celebrate this milestone.

INTEGRATED HEALTH RESOURCES MAGAZINE – March 2016
CATCHING RAINBOWS
Natural food retailer Rainbow Foods moves beyond day-to-day operations to grow business

MISSISSAUGA LIFE MAGAZINE – January 2011
GLOBAL GO GETTERS
Mississauga business owner, Robert Allen worked for 40 years adding flavour to food and beverage products. However, like many retirees, he couldn’t just sit back and relax, so despite the rocky economy, he followed his passion and opened his still-yet-to-be-named flavouring enterprise.

x. Technology

INTEGRATED HEALTHCARE PRACTITIONERS MAGAZINE – Spring 2016
DATA SECURITY
Your sensitive information is more accessible than you think

CANADIAN JEWELLER MAGAZINE – JCK Issue 2016
CYBER TARGET: YOUR JEWELLERY
How to protect your store and your customers from hackers

INTEGRATED HEALTH RESOURCES MAGAZINE – March 2016
TAKE A BIT OUT OF CYBERCRIME
How to protect your store and customers from hackers

ELECTRICITY TODAY
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE POWER GRID
Information technology has enabled electric utilities to expand power grid capabilities. What are some of these technologies? Gartner, Inc. has identified a number of trends to watch for in the future.

ELECTRICITY TODAY
SMART GRID PRIVACY
Smart Grid equals innovation to utilities, but not everyone shares that sentiment. In fact, many customers and media outlets perceive the Smart Grid as a way for utilities and third parties to invade their privacy.

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