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Exchange January/February 2018 issue

Topic:13 intriguing chapters from one economic ecosystem

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Each year, in our first edition of the calendar year, Exchange Magazine features a “baker’s dozen” of people in our business and volunteer community. We identify 13 outstanding people who are making a dramatic difference in the worlds of business, education, economic development and community service.

These are success stories about people who think and act outside the box, who demonstrate the rewards that come with risk-taking, people who, in fact, changing our communities for the better.

In this issue, we will again feature 13 such people – but in planning this edition, we soon realized that these 13 stories are really one story – the story of our community, of the interconnectivity between all of the sectors, from high tech companies to community service organizations. None of these people – nor their organizations – live in a vacuum. They – we – are utterly interdependent.

Our 2018 Baker’s Dozen of regional influencers come from Kitchener/Waterloo, Cambridge, and Guelph. The list includes innovators who have built – or resurrected – hugely successful businesses in the digital world – video, communications, information management, cybersecurity are among them.

Our readers will meet such leaders who are keenly aware of their responsibility to give back, and have forged powerful community links through their philanthropy. We’ll also write about a few folk on the other end of that equation – those who are leading highly praised public service organizations.

And our articles will include a focus on people who are working on the institutional and educational side to ensure that the talent and resources needed for our continued community success are ready and waiting for all of the next big things. And on some innovative thinkers who are working to provide infrastructure to the innovators in our communities.

Thirteen fascinating people, 13 intriguing chapters from one economic ecosystem. That’s Exchange magazine, January/February 2018.

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Deadlines for the upcoming Exchange issues in 2017/2018
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Who reads Exchange Magazine?
Professionals who want to grow their business in Waterloo Region, Guelph and the Toronto-Waterloo Corridor.
Total Readership for 2017
Print & Digital


Exchange Magazine Print
• Distributed by Canaada Post to
15, 899 businesses in Waterloo Region, Guelph and Area , with a estiamted readership of 43,722 print readers

2017 online readership increase of 13% -in Southern Ontario alone.

Top Reader Community's
in Southern Ontario
• Toronto 15,041
• Kitchener 9,940
• Waterloo 9,373
• Cambridge 3,830
• Ottawa 3,638
• Guelph 2,624
• Hamilton 1,907
• London 1,216
• Missisauga 1, 168
• Brampton 632
• Markham 573
as per Google Analytics
April 30, 2016 - April 30, 2017


What positions do they hold?

Business decision makers 58%
• Managers and influencer's 31%
• Retired or semi retired 6%
• Students or future Entrepreneurs 4%

statistic period - April 30, 2016 - April 30, 2017

*Statistics are generated from Canada Post 2017 SOM and Google Analytics and are current as of April 30, 2017 and calculated from the period of April 30 2016.

For more information call Jon Rohr 519.886.2831 or email : exchange.business@exchangemagazine.com
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