Targeting Leaders as Investors

Posted Jun 4 2014 by in News

Jostle announces Vancouver & Calgary investor events
Vancouver (2014 June 4): Jostle Corporation announced today that it is looking for leaders to invest in its quest to reinvent the intranet. Investor events will be held in Vancouver on June 17 and in Calgary on June 19.

Jostle is well on its way to turn the lowly intranet (employee portal) into an engaging leadership platform. Gone are the days when the intranet was the ‘place documents go to die’. Thanks to Jostle’s innovations, leaders can now understand, align and engage employees, even when they are busy, dispersed and diverse.

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Ontario Municipalities Lead the Way in Internal Social Engagement

Posted Apr 28 2014 by in Blog, Employee Engagement, Internal Communication, Leadership, News

Municipalities in the province of Ontario are quickly becoming internal social collaboration leaders.

The City of Waterloo, the City of Vaughan, and the County of Northumberland are just a few of the Canadian municipalities that have selected Jostle, a next-gen intranet that helps organizations enable their employees with the information and connections they need to get their work done.

These progressive city leaders have many lessons to share, and we are providing opportunities at three upcoming events. Jostle Corporation will be exhibiting at the annual conference of Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators (CAMA) in Niagara Falls, ON from May 26th – 28th, 2014. We will be hosting a panel session at the annual conference of Municipal Information Systems Association (MISA) in Ottawa, ON – as well as exhibiting from June 8th – 11th, 2014. We also invite all municipal CAOs, IT and staff to join us at a Breakfast Session: Build a Vibrant & Connected Workplace Within Your City – May 29th 2014 in Toronto.

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[WEBINAR] Employee Communities – What they can do, and how to get them there.

Posted Mar 25 2014 by in News

April 9th, 2014 | 1:00 PM Eastern | 10:00 AM Pacific | 60 minutes

If you are (or want to be) supporting an employee community (using Jostle’s intranet or otherwise), you will be amazed at the level of rigor and insight that Rachel Happe brings to the topic. Her research over the last several years will help you understand:

  • How communities mature
  • What they can and cannot achieve
  • How to measure success, and on what kind of timeline
  • What a community manager is and their impact on outcomes
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Jostle Selected to Present at Canadian Financing Forum

Posted Feb 17 2014 by in News

What is the Canadian Financing Forum?

The Canadian Financing Forum matches North American Corporate and VC investors with entrepreneurs looking to build world-class technology companies.

We think its cool to be there.

Not just anyone gets to present. We were selected from a long list of applicants for this honour. We are looking forward to meeting and supporting the other innovative people and companies who will be there. The startup scene in Vancouver is inspiring – and any time we get together with our tribe, we get excited to do great things.

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[WEBINAR] What’s New in Jostle: Live Demo and Q & A

Posted Jan 24 2014 by in Blog, News

January 28th, 2014 | 1:00 PM Eastern | 10:00 AM Pacific | 60 minutes

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It’s a new year, so we’d like to catch up with you. We made a lot of progress in 2013. If you are curious and haven’t seen a demo lately here is your chance to see what’s new. Join us for a complete live overview of the Jostle platform and you’ll see:

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[PRESS MENTION] Vancouver’s Jostle hires former Open Text director Deb Lavoy as marketing vice president

Posted Dec 6 2013 by in News

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Jostle Corp., a developer of enterprise intranet software, has appointed a former Open Text Corp. director as its new vice president of marketing.

Deb Lavoy will be joining the Vancouver-based company to “expand its enterprise market presence and accelerate customer acquisition,” according to a release. She has previously held strategic roles at Adobe Systems Inc. and AOL Inc.

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Canadian Intranet Company Acquires Veteran Marketing Expert

Posted Dec 5 2013 by in Blog, News

Vancouver, CA–(December 5th, 2013) Jostle, an emerging player in the social intranet marketplace, is excited to announce the appointment of Deb Lavoy as the VP of Marketing.

Lavoy is no stranger to the social enterprise space. Prior to Jostle, Lavoy worked as the Director of Strategic Marketing for Open Text, a provider of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) capabilities. She brings 15 years of marketing experience in internet, and enterprise software and services, including strategic roles at both AOL and Adobe. Lavoy is also an established writer and speaker in the social enterprise space.

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Jostle’s Innovative Platform Solves Problems Other Intranets Can’t

Posted Nov 26 2013 by in Blog, News

Vancouver, CA–(November 26th, 2013) Jostle’s CEO and co-founder Brad Palmer knows what it takes to stand apart in a crowded social enterprise marketplace. And it isn’t a Facebook approach. Jostle is a new kind of social intranet platform that makes it easy for organizations to connect employees, facilitate teamwork, and drive their culture. First-generation social […]

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[WEBINAR] Telecommuting: Evolution of the Workplace or Culture Killer?

Posted Nov 22 2013 by in Blog, News

December 3rd, 2013 | 1:00 PM Eastern | 10:00 AM Pacific | 60 minutes

First Yahoo banned it. Then came HP. Regardless of who is for or against it, the concept of telecommuting isn’t going away any time soon.

Those against telecommuting or ‘working from home’ claim lack of collaboration and innovation and lower employee productivity—But a remote workforce doesn’t have to mean an unconnected workplace. Nor does it mean micro-managing employees’ every task.

Smart organizations know that when executed right telecommuting can result in happier and connected employees, increased employee retention and recruitment, and decreased expenses.

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