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Cup of Local Sugar

Cup of Local Sugar connects travellers with knowledgeable local people in destinations around the world. Its Locals invite Travellers to share in various Experiences that they have designed from meeting up for coffee, to joining them for a hike, to sharing a meal in their home.

Brief project info

Cup of Local Sugar (CoLS) connects travellers with knowledgeable local people in destinations around the world. Its Locals invite Travellers to share in various Experiences that they have designed from meeting up for coffee, to joining them for a hike, to sharing a meal in their home. Choose to Taste, Play, Explore, or Chat abroad.

CoLS hired Gloria of Wedge15 to design their social media strategy and then train the company to execute it internally. And it was all done entirely through Skype between Toronto and Milan. A virtual client success. In the end CoLS was executing their social media with confidence on Vimeo, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and LinkedIn.

Testimonial

Rebecca Stasko

 

“Best money we’ve invested to date & its already helping www.cupoflocalsugar.com get to the next level. Gloria streamlined our online strategy & helped us understand how to best execute it!”

Rebecca Stasko | Cup of Local Sugar

Highlights

tick_16 Client Confidence

With so many social media platforms, questions about privacy, and ideas to vet, CoLS needed guidance and support. The strategy and training they received from Gloria set them up for success and gave them the confidence they needed to turn their online relationships into valuable customers. In the end CoLS was executing their social media with confidence on Vimeo, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and LinkedIn.

tick_16 Remote Training

Running a travel company means you’re likely travelling yourself. Rebecca of CoLS and Gloria were able to work together 100% virtually, through Skype screen sharing and email communication. They worked together from Canada, to Europe and the U.S., and it was only after their six month collaboration that they met for a local lunch in Toronto.

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