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Talented Protégé Requires Not One, But Three Mentors
by ecnationtalk onJuly 15, 20133053 Views
Toronto, ON, Jul. 15, 2013 – CCAB protégé, Eddy Robinson is the lead singer and organizer of, MORNINGSTAR RIVER, his business based out of Toronto. MORNINGSTAR RIVER specializes in Native Cultural Consulting as well as offers performances in traditional song and dance.
To meet the needs of such a multitalented entrepreneur, Robinson has been mentored by three talented individuals over the past year and half. His mentors are Jennifer Cowling, Senior Manager, National Aboriginal Initiatives with TD Bank Group; Domenic A. Natale, Vice President, Aboriginal Trust Services with TD Waterhouse, Private Trust and Kostas Andrikopoulos, CA, CPA, TEP, President & CEO, T.E. Wealth.
Following goals on a revised MORNINGSTAR RIVER business plan, Robinson and his crew of mentors are focusing on a number of different areas to grow his business. Some of the areas include: branding and a new logo, making music available on iTunes and being aware of the market as well as redirecting the focus of his business. Robinson says that, his mentors helped provide the necessary clarity when conceptualizing the direction that MORNINGSTAR RIVER should be taking: “I believe the match with the mentors the CCAB provided was best suited to my needs, and I found the wisdom given very valuable and beneficial. I am determined to complete the remaining goals of the MORNINGSTAR RIVER business plan.”
For further information about T.E. Wealth’s Aboriginal Services: Jack Jamieson, Vice President, Aboriginal Services, T.E. Wealth (519) 888-0537, email@example.com 20 Erb Street West, Suite 501, Waterloo, ON, N2J 4A4,