MM36 - Steve Daniel: Social Media Consultant & Professional Chiller

MM36 - Steve Daniel: Social Media Consultant & Professional Chiller

Steve Daniel is the brains behind the popular MTLPromos Instagram account. We were amazed when we found out that the brand started as a client acquisition strategy. When Steve decided to quit his 9 to 5 job to become a social media consultant, he didn’t have any clients to establish his credibility. He had the brilliant idea of creating and curating his own “fake” client. The account now has over 15K followers and has played a pivotal role in growing Steve’s consulting business.

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MM35 - Anthony Imperioli: Storytelling With Nonna Maria

MM35 - Anthony Imperioli: Storytelling With Nonna Maria

It all started 20+ years ago, growing up in Saint-Leonard with his two brothers. The influence of his Italian culture, especially his grandparents, aided in creating the persona we know today as “Nonna Maria”. This project led him to collaborate with various stand up comedians, one of them being Joe Avati.

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MM34 - Montreal Girl Boss: Creating A Movement

MM34 - Montreal Girl Boss: Creating A Movement

What is a Girl Boss? To us, a Girl Boss is a term used to describe a strong independent woman who believes in herself and the people around her. Someone who builds relationships with other women to support each other not tear them down. The term “Girl Boss” does not solely represent a group of female entrepreneurs but any female who embodies these qualities and wants to see other women around her succeed. Our dream is to live in a world where all women can feel supported and encouraged by others to excel in their passions, wherever they may lie.

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MM32 - Aydin Matlabi: Warphotographer, Storyteller & Humanitarian

MM32 - Aydin Matlabi: Warphotographer, Storyteller & Humanitarian

Arriving to Montreal from Iran with Italian passports at only 5 years old, Aydin moved from refugee camp to refugee camp. Violence, street gangs and injustice was part of his DNA. That is until he met a John Abbott professor who gave him a camera to shoot life from his vantage point.

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