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Meet Linda Daley

I help small business owners build relationships and their reputation by getting their marketing content in front of their fans and potential clients - consistently and repetitively. I'm often found discussing new ideas and projects at a local coffee shop.

I worked for 25 years in logistics and operations before starting Daley Progress in 2005. When I'm not creating newsletters or gardening, I manage websites and email campaigns for several not-for-profit organizations. I'm a member of the Centre for Women in Business, 100+ Women Halifax, and the Valley Women’s Business Network. I'm on the board of directors of the Dartmouth Learning Network and publish their newsletter.

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