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Tarryn Landman

Tarryn Landman

Tarryn Landman, our Communications Coordinator, joined Millier Dickinson Blais in 2008. She has a BA (Honours) in English Language and Literature from Brock University and an Ontario College Graduate Certificate in Public Relations from Niagara College. At Millier Dickinson Blais, Tarryn coordinates the firm’s marketing and communications efforts and supports client teams with communications related activities. Tarryn also works on several resources produced by Millier Dickinson Blais for economic developers, such as “This is Not a Newsletter”, our annual national salary survey and the Employment Development Index. As a student, Tarryn interned for the Small Business Enterprise Centre in St. Catharines, Ontario. Before joining the firm, she lived in London, UK, where she worked as a Public Relations Account Executive for a public relations agency serving the business to business technology industry.

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Articles Posted by Tarryn Landman

The top 10 (so far) of 2015

As we wrap another year here at EconomicDevelopment.org, I wanted to highlight ten of the most popular posts from 2015 (so far) and thank the More...

Millier Dickinson Blais is now MDB Insight

I have some exciting EconomicDevelopment.org community news to share. After eight years, Millier Dickinson Blais, the founder of EconomicDevelopment.org, is celebrating the launch of a name More...

Are we looking at the end of knowledge workers?

I recently came across the video below by Jacob Morgan, a futurist and author whose latest book looks at the future of work, on the evolution More...

Tech giants more transparent about diversity problem, but what will it take to close the gender gap?

It seems to be the summer of transparency. At least for Silicon Valley’s tech giants. The first power player to share its diversity statistics was More...

The role of labor in advanced manufacturing

Brad Lindquist at Area Development takes a look at the important role talent will play in advanced manufacturing in the midst of technological advances. This role will More...

Women are more likely to secure Kickstarter funding than men

Joe Pinsker at The Atlantic takes a look at a recent study that found women are more likely to secure Kickstarter funding than their male counterparts. These More...

Will half of people be working remotely by 2020?

A recent survey of business leaders at the Global Leadership Summit in London reveals some insights into what the (not too distant) future of work could More...

Featured Contributor: Ed Morrison

In this edition of our Featured Contributor series, I had the opportunity to chat to Ed Morrison about his work in the economic development field. More...

Brookings publishes a new report on innovation districts

The Brookings Institution recently published a new report on innovation districts in the United States. Brookings defines these districts as “geographic areas where leading-edge anchor More...

Featured Contributor: Michelle Madden

As part of our Featured Contributor series, I recently interviewed Michelle Madden to find out more about her work. Check out Michelle’s posts as well More...

Full Ranking: Canada’s 100 Best Jobs

Canadian Business Magazine has released its list of Canada’s 100 Best Jobs. The list is based on data from Statistics Canada and includes jobs that had seen More...

Review: Screw Business as Usual

It’s not often we review books here that start off like a tabloid cover story, complete with Kate Winslet heroically rescuing an elderly woman from a More...