Business Talks with Rashida Geddes

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Business Talks with Rashida Geddes

Year: 2016
Producer: Rashida Geddes
Genre: Lifestyle
Host: Rashida Geddes

Rashida Geddes, millennial coach and business mentor, brings together a stellar list of Montreal business gurus who share their expertise and insights on how to navigate the corporate, entrepreneurial and non-profit worlds to achieve success. She leverages her coaching and business experience to engage in meaningful conversations delivering the audience actionable tips to motivate career success.

Episodes

Episode 1

Janie Duquette – does the name sound familiar? She was an entertainment powerhouse in Quebec. Today she has shifted her focus from promoting world-renowned entertainers to promoting female leadership.

Episode 2

Roi Heenok understands all too well the power of branding! From downloads to record sales to clothing lines and music production, Roi Heenok has successfully used the internet to grow his business.

Episode 3

Lama Hamad is the founder and CEO of TasteBay.com, an online socially conscious platform that allows users to customize and simplify their food-ordering experience. Lama knows all about the triumphs and challenges that come with starting her own tech business in Montreal.

Episode 4

Denburk Reid of Montreal Community Cares has made philanthropy a part of his business model and is changing young people’s lives through his programs, community work and drive to be the change he wants to see in the world.

Episode 5

Tania Clarke, CFO for Montreal‐based Imvescor Restaurant Group Inc. knows what it takes to get ahead in her industry. She has crafted a space for herself in the C-suite and is helping shift the pendulum for women’s advancement.

Episode 6

Sandra Reich is the clinical director of the Montreal center for anxiety and depression and a sought after leader in cognitive behavioral psychotherapy. She knows all too well how stress and burn-out in the workplace can affect one’s ability to grow in business and life.

Episode 7

Hailed as ‘one of Canada’s elite wedding and event agencies’, Maddy K Atelier has been making people’s dreams come true for the past 12 years. Maddy has successfully leveraged the power of marketing, networking and branding to build her empire.

Episode 8

Lama Farran coaches Montrealers on how to get out of debt. She is the founder and certified money coach for MaxWorth.ca. She is also a monthly guest speaker on the CJAD Tommy Schumacher show and a blogger for the Huffington Post.

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