Rebecca Palmer is a motivated leader with a passion to learn new things, connect others within their local and international communities and foster strong business relationships. Her mission is to empower women and youth to believe in themselves, challenge the status quo and build scalable businesses.

Rebecca Palmer is an event addict, a social media junkie and a contributor to the Globe & Mail.. She was selected in 2014 to represent Canada in Australia at the G20 Young Entrepreneurs Alliance Summit. Rebecca is also the founder of Triigo, a company dedicated to social good. Triigo Academies will be launching shortly to provide entrepreneurial education to new and prospective entrepreneurs.

How can your experience or business help fellow conference attendees?

Having attended many social good events/workshops including World Domination Summit, Archangel Academy and United Global Shift, my experiences will help attendees identify ways to make existing businesses more social and assist attendees in identifying their own passions. Triigo Academy will also provide the education needed to create a scalable business with a highly reduced rate of failure. Too many businesses fail due to a lack of basic business knowledge. Triigo Academy also includes a scholarship program.

In addition, I am a listener. I want to hear what other people are doing and how I can help them to be more successful.

I look forward to connecting.

What are you passionate about in your business and what steps are you taking to make it profitable?

I love empowering people! Triigo started out as the first step forward towards a future full scale business. As a social project, Triigo explored a number of responses to the question “What is the Change You Want to See in the World?”

Triigo also hosts events designed to build and encourage the business community. With the addition of Triigo Academy in early 2015, Triigo is on its way to becoming a profitable business designed to help people learn basic business skills to build strong scalable businesses.

What do you hope to take away from the conference?

Each conversation, each speaker, each thought will provide learning and through learning, knowledge. I look forward to also discovering new perspectives.


What is your favourite business tool?

My cell phone. I can take notes, pictures, have conversations, surf the internet, tweet and post, view files and so much more!

What is your favourite business book?

Start With Why – Simon Sinek

Confessions of an Economic Hitman – John Perkins – is a great read about what first world countries do to third world companies.

Connect on Twitter @rebeccapalmer and at and on facebook

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