Below are the stories of the Scarborough Business community. You'll find these stories uplifting, informative and undeniably real. That's because SBA members share a common goal - to progress the Scarborough business community to meet it's unrealized potential. Although recent events have left a challenging economy, you'll find the Scarborough business community resilient and determined. We hope you enjoy their stories. Check back for more SBA member stories in this regular feature.
Netwyn Place CEO Kula Sellathurai shut the doors of his entrepreneurial workspace when COVID-19 first hit. But through the experience, he re-energized his commitment to community and built new business himself to help the company through difficult times. Kula has great lessons for all in this short video and proves once again the resilience of the Scarborough business community.
Toronto Zoo CEO Dolf DeJong is grateful for the community support during the COVID-19 shutdown period. It helped the zoo stay on its feet and prepare for a bright new future. There have been many lessons learned - most of all how people love their Toronto Zoo.
Craig Gibbs, FASTSIGNS
Craig Gibbs shares the journey to economic recovery for sign maker FASTSIGNS - a company where business dropped off the table overnight. Now, with a new line of merchandise and pandemic friendly adjustments, the company thrives with multiple shifts and plays a critical role in support of the Scarborough community.
Stan Muthulingam, CSI
Listen as Stan Muthulingam, founder and CEO, tells the story of CSI, how they have weathered these uncertain times and plans for the future.
Gillian Mason Consultancy
Gillian Mason talks of her lifelong love for Scarborough. The consultant has worked around the world but has gravitated back to Scarborough, working to develop this beautiful community to a rich potential.