Fans­ha­we Alum­nus En­ga­ges Fu­tu­re Mar­ke­ters

La Jornada (Canada) - - EDITORIAL -

Larry Lau’s then-fu­tu­re im­pact on the di­gi­tal mar­ke­ting lands­ca­pe was evi­dent when the self-taught com­pu­ter pro­gram­mer and web de­ve­lo­per crea­ted his first web­si­te at 12 years old. Larry grew the web­si­te, an ho­ma­ge to his boy­hood pas­sion for Po­ke­mon, in­to the fifth most vi­si­ted Po­ke­mon si­te on the In­ter­net.

In 2009, Larry tur­ned to Fans­ha­we’s Mar­ke­ting Ma­na­ge­ment pro­gram to har­ness his di­gi­tal skills to crea­te im­pact­ful cam­paigns ca­pa­ble of dri­ving va­lue for bu­si­ness.

Whi­le at Fans­ha­we, Larry co-foun­ded ATMOS Mar­ke­ting, gro­wing it in­to an award-win­ning agency with 13 em­plo­yees and a high-pro­fi­le client list. In May 2015,

ATMOS mer­ged with anot­her Lon­don, On­ta­rio com­pany to crea­te Nort­hern Com­mer­ce, the fas­test gro­wing full-ser­vi­ce eCom­mer­ce agency in Ca­na­da.

Larry cre­dits his Fans­ha­we education for set­ting him up to suc­ceed, which is why the 27-year old se­rial en­tre­pre­neur re­mains en­ga­ged with the co­lle­ge, sha­ring his know­led­ge and ex­per­ti­se to ad­van­ce the in­dustry. He par­ti­ci­pa­tes in the Larry Myny Men­tors­hip Pro­gram at Fans­ha­we Co­lle­ge, en­ga­ging young mar­ke­ters as they pur­sue their edu­ca­tio­nal and pro­fes­sio­nal de­ve­lop­ment goals. He al­so sits on a Pro­gram Ad­vi­sory Com­mit­tee whe­re he hel­ped de­ve­lop the cu­rri­cu­lum for the Co­lle­ge’s new four-year Ba­che­lor of Com­mer­ce, Di­gi­tal Mar­ke­ting de­gree laun­ched in Sep­tem­ber 2015. “Fans­ha­we has had a hu­ge im­pact on our com­pany’s suc­cess. That’s why we do so much with Fans­ha­we now,” says Lau.


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