Happy New Year! Now that you’ve had a chance to relax and celebrate a bit, are you ready to dive back into productivity? January tends to be a month filled with newfangled goals as you embark on fulfilling your resolutions or simply adjusting old habits. As you reflect on the past year, can you think of some areas in your life that you could use assistance with? The answer is likely “yes”, and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that! We all need a helping hand sometimes. Likewise, we could all use more time to focus on the things that light our personal fires.
Canada’s Private Social Network Celebrates Third Anniversary in Calgary & First in Mississauga!
GetAssist Inc. opened its doors in Calgary October 26th, 2015 and the rest is history. GetAssist has been setting up offices across Canada ever since.
Last year, GetAssist began serving the Mississauga, Ontario community.
Located at 5780 Timberlea Blvd #106, Mississauga, ON L4W 4W8 the office provides brick and mortar support to local GetAssist users and businesses.
“GetAssist answers the question of ‘What’s in it for me?’” CEO Bruce Fikowski said. “For perhaps the first time ever, GetAssist creates a nexus where small businesses, entrepreneurs and individuals connect for a purposeful online social experience.”
GetAssist works through businesses purchasing memberships for a nominal fee to gain access to the network and narrowly tailored sales leads. The network remains completely free and 100 percent private to social users, who remain anonymous to the point of sale.
In addition to Mississauga, GetAssist serves Vaughan, Scarborough, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver.
This year GetAssist opened its first Network Centre in Winnipeg, MN.
We are looking forward to many more anniversaries to be shared with communities all across Canada and beyond!
GetAssist’s CEO Bruce Fikowski joins Global News Radio in Edmonton to talk on his business start-up. In a growing world of technology Bruce speaks about how his company has forged a new way of purposefully connecting small business’s and individuals.
GetAssist’s CEO Bruce Fikowski sat down with Global News Calgary’s Joel Senick to talk about the state of social media today and the recent data collection controversies.
“Though there are many fewer newspapers, we all speak headlines now,” says Tom Leonard, District 93, Michigan House Republicans.
We live in an age of skimming. We skim through headlines, newsfeeds, magazine articles, school papers that come home in our children’s backpacks. Let’s face it—serious reading has taken a major hit. If it doesn’t catch our interest in the first few seconds or isn’t said in 140 characters or less, we grow restless and move on.