What a week! Marie, Ayoudo’s Director of Community Engagement, celebrates the province that helped make it happen – thanks BC!
On Monday we officially launched nationally as we announced Ayoudo in the Canadian Maritimes. Since then we’ve launched in provinces across the country and arrive back in BC today. We couldn’t be happier to wrap up this launch week in the province that helped Ayoudo become what it is today.
So from coast to coast, a big cheers to each and every one of you.
Have a safe and wonderful Canada long-weekend from all of us here at Ayoudo!
Want to know more about the chosen timing of our launch and why Canada is even cooler than you may know? Read this:
July 1st has a unique place in Canadian media history. On this day in 1927 the CBC broadcast their signal to the nation for the very first time. In 1958 Canada was united through the first cross country television broadcast and on July 1, 1966 Canadians saw their country on the tube in color from coast to coast.
This year, another great Canadian network will launch nationally. After a successful pilot test in Vancouver, Ayoudo will be rolling out to 50 cities and neighbourhoods in all 10 provinces. Beginnning June 25th, Ayoudo will be launching in St. John’s Newfoundland and leading up to Canada Day celebrations will be making its way across the country all the way to the Pacific.
Ayoudo represents the next generation of great Canadian networks, and is building social connections between Canadians that go well beyond photo sharing and tweeting. Ayoudo (www.ayoudo.com) lets you buy, sell and share with trusted people close by. Using the web app or iphone app, anyone can buy or sell something or offer to volunteer their time or expertise. Ayoudo shows who’s the most trusted person in the area and allows neighbours to connect securely online.