Tag: Marketing

This 33-year-old marketing specialist makes $72,000. She just bought a home and wants to get married in 2021. How can she pay for her wedding?

The pandemic derailed 33-year-old Jamie’s wedding plans for this year. Things aren’t all bad for the marketing specialist though. With COVID-19 restrictions, she’s been able to save a bit more money for her big day by cutting expenses tied to social engagements like drinks with the girls on weekends. Currently, Jamie is making $ 72,000…

This 31-year-old Toronto marketing manager is debt-free, makes $90,000 and lives downtown. But she’s going through a ‘mid-life crisis’ — she doesn’t know what to save for

Making $ 90,000 a year as a marketing manager, living in the downtown core and finally debt-free, Marwa finally has the life she’s always dreamed of. But at 31, she’s going through a “mid-life crisis,” and unsure of what she should be saving for. “I am at a bit of a standstill when it comes…

This 27-year-old Toronto marketing professional makes $55,000 a year. She has a five-year plan to buy a home with her partner. How does she start?

Meet Maria, a 27-year-old marketing professional making $ 55,000 a year, who lives in Toronto’s Danforth-area with two roommates. By 2021, she’d like to move into a place by herself, and by the following year, find a pad with her partner. In five years, she sees herself buying a home with her partner and starting…

‘Brexit marketing for middle-England racists’: UK ad for cruise EXCLUSIVELY FOR BRITS triggers massive Twitter backlash

A UK travel firm that specializes in holidays for over-50s has come under fire on social media and branded “xenophobic,” after customers were sent a brochure promoting a cruise “exclusively for Brits.” Twitter user Anthony Bale took to social media on Thursday to claim his mother had been left “shocked” and “outraged” after being sent…

Meat-subscription-box companies take over marketing chores for farmers

VANCOUVER – While working door-to-door pitching deals for a year’s worth of frozen meat, Marc Lafleur realized consumers want quality, local meat, but can’t afford the freezer space or the cash to do it. He co-founded TruLocal, one of many meat-subscription-box companies to start delivering in Canada in recent years to feed consumer cravings for…