CATA’s Social Media Groups: Subscribe and benefit today
CATAAlliance provides social networking Groups or Communities for executives to connect, inform, advise and inspire others to individual and organizational success. Please use our social media, as we do, to post opportunities, legislative updates and concerns, research, events of interest and business services information.
In order to benefit and be first in line for critical updates, please join the fully moderated opt in CATAAlliance Community (13500 current members) today. You can also participate in a number of issue, topic and geographic Groups, such as:
Our Groups are fully moderated by subject area experts.
The CATA News Pulse
Our social networking Groups are linked to a weekly CATA News Pulse. Its role is to serve as a community newspaper, thus when you alert us to "your news" we can add it to our outreach to subscribers and extensive databases across Canada and abroad. If you have not done so already, please subscribe to the CATA News Pulse at the Red + Button at this
To help save time and money we set up special Portals, such as SR&ED Tax Credits, Mobility Health Care & Restricted Access for members only.
The New TechNOW Show
Live interviews on what's happening within CATA's innovation and entrepreneurship umbrella are regularly broadcast to the community. Read more.
CATA has more than 24 thousand followers; through automation we ensure that your scheduled messages are tweeted at the best time of day for maximum impact.
A Special Note on Social Media Resources & Outreach for Audience Acquisition & Advocacy
CATAAlliance counts 25 thousand Twitter Followers, 15 thousand op in executives in moderated Linked in Groups, 5000 executives in the Google + CATA Circle, 2000 Facebook followers, 33 thousand CATAnet TV video views, a 2 million executive audience on social media groups that CATA has permission to post to in Canada and major Global markets, and direct email databases of 22 thousand executives.
We encourage executives in the public and private sectors, educational organizations, including students, to engage with CATAAlliance in helping to advance Canada as a competitive Innovation Nation.