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CuteGecko Office: Our Logo You heard it here folks, CuteGecko‘s got it’s very own logo hanging in the ‘front hall’ of the office. Beautifully crafted at The Sign Depot, I would recommend these guys any day for creating this masterpiece on a miraculously short timeline. Our friend Lisa provided us with some teasers along the way:
CuteGecko Uniforms In our apparent effort to do everything at once, we’ve invested in some CuteGecko company t-shirts and hoodies. We’re modeling them below – no need to critique our modeling skills, that’s not our day job. We sourced them from DNA Silk Screening on Charles Street in Kitchener & have found the quality there quite nice. Let us know if you have any aspirations for your own t-shirt/hoodie design (or CuteGecko inspired) and we’ll hook you up with whatever info you need.
Working on the road with the Blackberry PlayBook Doing what we do, we are lucky enough (depending on your interests of course) to work with all manner of technologies, hardware and software. Because of this, we were obviously interested both personally & professionally, in what local company Research in Motion had to offer with their tablet companion device, the Blackberry Playbook.
Communitech Student Tech Workshop and FoodLink App Launch…Busy day!The day started with grade 11 & 12 students visiting from the Kitchener-Waterloo region Communitech for a tour, panel discussion and for a taste of what work-life in the local tech industry is like. Arranged by Jeremy Reed, Program Manager at Communitech,
Plant a Seed and Grow a Community! If you’re anything like me, the recent early morning freshness has been tempting you to linger outside a little longer. Whether that be in the evenings, taking just a little bit longer to bring the recycling to the curb or finally fitting in that run after breakfast/lunch/dinner, then you’ve likely been tempted to plant a personal plot of perennial prettiness.
Ontario Association of Food Bank’s Annual Leadership Dinner #OAFB12 Wednesday June 6th marked the start of the Ontario Association of Food Banks‘ annual conference. This year’s conference was proudly hosted by The Food Bank of Waterloo Region under the leadership of Wendi Campbell, Executive Director and Michael Dye, President – Board of Directors for the region.
Complete with new office furniture, filing and organization fixtures, as well as a couple guest desk spots we have unpacked the last box and have been able to get down to work. We’ve worked through many of the kinks one faces with a new move: locating, packing and of course unpacking all of your belongings, adjusting to new neighbours and generally making yourself comfortable in your new surroundings.