Source: TELUS
  • TELUS Business (T) has announced the launch of ShopWithOwners.ca.
  • ShopWitOwners is a new online platform to connect Canadians with local businesses
  • Businesses that apply to be featured at ShopWithOwners.ca will have the opportunity to gain exposure and connect with customers for free
  • TELUS (T) is a communications technology company
  • TELUS Corporation (T) is up 1.63 per cent on the day, trading at C$28.01 per share at 10 am ET

TELUS Business (T) is celebrating Small Business Month this October with the launch of ShopWithOwners.ca.

ShopWitOwners is a new online platform to connect Canadians with local shops. This platform will help support business owners across the country by gaining exposure to customers looking for local finds and gifts during the holiday season. Canadians will be able to search by location, keywords and categories to discover small businesses they can support within their community. Visitors will be able to learn more about the owner, their business and be directed to their website and social media pages.

“Small businesses are the heart of our communities and economy. TELUS has committed to supporting Canadian business through #StandWithOwners, and ShopWithOwners.ca is another step in this commitment to support local,” said Navin Arora, Vice-president TELUS and President of TELUS Business Solutions.

“Businesses that apply to be featured at ShopWithOwners.ca will have the opportunity to gain exposure and connect with customers, all for free. This is another way we are making the future friendly and supporting owners in a digital world.”

TELUS (T) is a communications technology company providing wireless, data, IP, voice, television, entertainment, video, and security.

TELUS Corporation (T) is up 1.63 per cent on the day, trading at C$28.01 per share at 10 am ET.


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