Since 1989 the Toronto Fringe Festival has been a hub for creativity in the performing arts. Bringing people together of all performance mediums, indie or not-so indie, and venues, in an alleyway, a pool, to large scale Toronto stages. Having developed over the years as a member of the theatre community, I felt that Fringe was always an amazing space to make connections and learn about my theatrical “style”. I could find what I liked, appreciated, or was curious to know more about.
WRITTEN BY: Bronwyn Schnurr At Elena’s Club we believe in the power of women and community. Women owned and operated small and medium businesses are underrepresented in Canada. Elena’s Club values continued learning and we work to empower women through education, building a community, and making the link between professional […]
Written by: Zoë Share In the world of entrepreneurship, it feels that there is a never-ending amount of firsts. The learning never seems to stop, which is one of the things I love about this journey. That being said, one of the things I wish I had taken more advantage of […]
It often feels like we are living in a world where self-improvement is the only way to get ahead in life. After all, if we aren’t improving in the areas we are weak, how can we be truly be growing or successful?
Between running my company, having a 1-year-old daughter and trying to keep up with all of my family and friends, I live a very full and beautiful life. I have an amazing team at Schmooz and an amazing community of people in my personal life who I love (and who love me). I get so much joy from this, however, running a business is hard work.