Howling Designs, originated in Bancroft, On. (We are still providing our services to our clients in Bancroft and its surrounding area.) In 2006 I bought my first 30” cutter (still running today) and vinyl. My very first project was vehicle decals and signs for a friend of mine that was running for council in his area.
In 2014 I made a big step! I purchased a 54” printer as well as a 54” laminator and all the toys that come with it. I was looking to expand and the opportunity was there.
Our vision is to help our clients “Stand Out From the Pack” by providing them with high impact professional graphics to represent their company while providing professional and affordable service.
Do you need a website that you can update? Have your project done on time and on budget. Hire Kicking Horse Media with more than 30 years of software engineering experience. Call us today for a free quote.
Kicking Horse Media is a web design and development company, providing e-commerce business solutions, from online stores to streamlined business-to-business ordering and tracking. We are dedicated to providing our clients with dynamic, well-designed, easily navigated, robust web sites, easily found by search engines. Each web site is customized to meet our clients’ requirements.
Each project is well-managed to ensure adherence to schedule and budget, while providing the highest quality. We are committed to complete customer satisfaction.
Kicking Horse Media’s key to success rests on the owner’s past experience in software and systems engineering (more than 28 years); education in interactive multimedia, mathematics and fine arts; artistic talent; management and marketing skills; attention to detail; written and oral communication skills and commitment to customer satisfaction.
Our objective is to INCREASE YOUR BOTTOM LINE. Let Kicking Horse Media set your organization apart from the rest of the herd.
Family owned and operated for 25 years. 8 offices across Eastern Ontario.
WE MAKE BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY WORK!!
Sales and service of Canon and Kyocera, multifunctional office devices as well as network servers, desktop computers an It infrastructure.
Offices located in Kingston, Cornwall, Perth, Coburg, Peterborough, Oshawa, Belleville.
We’ll help lead your business to even greater success. For over two decades, we’ve developed effective marketing strategies for small businesses and organizations that capitalize on the latest in technology and social trends.
A key challenge today is to manage the disruption to existing business models and navigate a world of ever-changing technology. As such, businesses and organizations are choosing Paradime to provide key guidance.
Why Paradime? When we asked our clients why, the overwhelming response was: trust. Our client trust us to make the best decisions and deliver at the best price. We make no compromises in what we deliver.
Our clients value our dynamic thinking, world-class approach, personalized attention, rapid response support, and competitive pricing. The team at Paradime excels are taking all those puzzle pieces and putting them together.
We specialize in building purposeful web sites and maximizing your on-line engagement. We’ll help you successfully leverage social media, produce engaging content, develop mobile apps, create custom cloud-based applications, and host workshops and panel discussions on specific topics.
Businesses and organizations across North America are choosing us to get their site done right.
Our Products and Services include:
- Web Site Design, Development, Production, Hosting, and Maintenance
- Social Networking and Facebook Apps Development
- Podcast and Video Podcast Production and Hosting
- Streaming Media
- Search Engine Optimization
- Rapid Application Development (RAD)
- Workshops, Panels and Training
Ricoh Company Ltd., is an international leader in the document management and image communication industry. With a distinguished presence worldwide, our offices weave throughout the globe from Japan to the Americas and from Europe to Africa, the Middle East and Asia, employing 108,000 people in 390 locations.
The Smiths Falls and District Chamber of Commerce has witnessed many phases of development and change in our community. Throughout the years, the Chamber has continuously strived to help create a harmonious balance between tourism and merchant trade.
The Chamber actually began as the Smiths Falls Board of Trade in 1889. Hands written minutes from meetings in the 1920′s reveal a great deal of interesting history. Membership dues were $3.00 per year and the fees helped the Board of Trade to play a key role in fixing up the main market building in Town. At the urging of the local Council of Women, the Board even arranged for a civic restroom for women installed in the Market. In 1929, the Board of Trade became a corporation and from that point on, was called the Smiths Falls and District Chamber of Commerce.
The new Chamber dealt with a large variety of issues including signage, attracting industry to Town, beautification, and tourism among other topics. The social welfare of the community was an important concern for the Chamber. Housing became a key concern in the post war era and was noted on many occasions in the minutes. The Chamber played an active role in advocating for the Town Council to request, from the Wartime Housing Committee, an additional 75 houses to be built in the area for returning soldiers and their families. Minutes also refer to repeated donations of financial aid to causes such as the Salvation Army, the Welfare Association and the Red Cross to help provide meals to children in times of great need.
The Chamber fought for a number of issues that we take for granted these days. At one point the Directors lobbied the province to keep the highway between Smiths Falls and Carleton Place open by way of Franktown. Closing the road during the winter months was reported to have caused a great inconvenience to private and commercial traffic that had to travel through Perth. Chamber Directors also arranged for a speaker from the Wartime Prices Committee to speak at a gathering in Town Hall. The topic of discussion was to ensure that Smiths Falls residents and merchants understood the necessity for introducing special pricing initiatives.
The persistence of the Chamber to encourage economic development, improve trade and create a positive climate in the community has not waned. The current Chamber of Commerce continues to represent the membership at community meetings and advocates for a pro-business community wherever decisions and strategic plans for Town development are being made. We are eager to work with all levels of government for the betterment of the community by being “The Voice of Commerce” in Smiths Falls.
The voice of business in Smiths Falls since 1889.
The Smiths Falls & District Chamber of Commerce co-manages Victoria Park Campground with the Town. Reservations for the campground can be made through the Chamber in the off-season at 613-283-1334, or through the campground at 613-283-5112 in season.
What If Graphics offers creative visual communication solutions and printing services at affordable prices to a wide variety of clients in Eastern Ontario. What If Graphics services include graphic design, advertising, marketing, web site development and printing services.
The name “What If Graphics” is directly associated to the creative process. Every great idea or cutting edge concept starts with the same two words….”what if”