August 30, 2018


Startup Talk Toronto’s Startup Podcast Episode 5: STARTING A MOVEMENT


On Episode 5 of Startup Talk on this epIsode I talk with Emily Rose Antflick the founder of SheCoSystem about taking the leap from her day job to starting a community women’s coworking space and wellness centre, I also meet with Lyndon Johnson from the about PR and marketing challenges of startups and his lean canvas approach to marketing & PR. 

Emily Rose Antflick founder of Shecosystem

Emily and I talk about leaving her day job to start a community, coworking space and wellness centre. Making self-care part of your business strategy

Lyndon Johnson founder of

Lyndon and I discuss marketing and PR, going from corporate to supporting startups, moving to Canada and how he took the lean canvas process and created a set of marketing and PR canvas

Marketing & PR Canvas from

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TorontoStarts now supports over 22,000 active entrepreneurs in the GTA and has grown to the largest startup community in Canada. With a reach of over 120,000+ followers across our platforms, The Startup Coach has hosted over 700 startup events, courses and workshops and spoken in front of over 70,000 entrepreneurs. Working with startups all day every day Craig has personally coached over 600 startups, judged over 100 pitch competitions, and helped companies raise over $60 million.

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