Richter10.2 Media Group

Adam Rooke
Managing Director, Toronto
 
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Location:
Brookfield Place - T.D. Canada Trust Tower
161 Bay St. 27th Floor
Toronto, ON M5J 2S1
Canada
 
Contact Information:
(416) 623-6324  Home
(416) 572-2280  Work
(647) 273-2039  Cell
(416) 946-1295  Fax
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My "real-world" experience and expertise as a savvy business person is unparalleled to most people my own age. I have owned and operated 12+ companies, have traveled extensively and have attended the school of "hard knocks" while getting my apprenticeship in overcoming adversity. These experiences have profoundly prepared me to truly relate and navigate any circumstance in life and in business. I hope that we can share some wins together shortly. Please connect if you need anything at all. Adam Rooke
 

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iKarma Rating: 100%
10/31/2014
iKarma Inc. Rating Given: *****
"Honesty and openness are sometimes undervalued traits - many would prefer to hide the past, rather than to allow others to freely and publicly record it for all to see. By creating an iKarma Profile, Richter10.2 Media Group has demonstrated a firm commitment to maintaining a responsible and sincere reputation online. Such people, both rare and precious, are a credit to both business and society.

We believe that integrity should be rewarded. The iKarma team is happy to welcome Richter10.2 Media Group to our service."   

 

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