Caddle lands front page of business section in Toronto Star. It's hard to imagine any animal emerging victorious against a den of dragons.Just don't telll that to this rare breed of Caddle.
See how the Dragon's Responded to the Caddle App.Symetric teamed up with the people at Caddle to develop both their mobile application and responsive website.
St. Catharines app company makes it pitch on CBC show. Local entrepreneurs will be in the national spotlight this month when they make their pitch in front of a room full of dragons.
Jones and his graphic design company were one of a dozen guest speakers at the first Niagara Technology Summit hosted by the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce. The one-day conference at the Scotiabank Convention Centre Wednesday was expected to attract 400 business people to help them stay on top of the ever-changing, fast-pace growth of technology.
Symetric's Design and Web Development Win top Honours at International LCT Show. - BEST PRINT AD & BEST WEBSITE
Some web design companies might start to become complacent after ten years in business. That's not the case with a firm like Symetric Productions in St. Catharines. They
Oakville, Ontario: The Sheridan Elder Research Centre (SERC) has been awarded $2.3 million over five years through the College and Community Innovation (CCI) Program, an initiative of the federal government.
Our online software Quickworship.com is "Awarded Best of the Best for 2010 by Worship Leader Magazine"
Symetric Productions is committed to making their customers' ideas even more memorable. Just ask Joe Jones. As the owner and vice president of Symetric Productions, he and his team have built a strong reputation for providing a variety of marketing services to the Niagara Region and the world.
JOE JONES WINS 40 UNDER FORTY AWARD Each 40 under Forty Business Achievement Award is given to an individual under 40 years of age who consistently makes their mark in business and who contributes regularly to their respective communities. These awards recognize the challenges and strides each person overcomes everyday towards strengthening the Niagara Region
You're a painter and need to provide a fast quote for a complex house job. With a new and innovative handset application, you could simply tap out specifications like paint codes and wall sizes on an iPhone, iPod Touch or BlackBerry. In an instant, your client has the estimate at her fingertips. The customizable project-management program is among several applications and games being created by a pair of collaborating St. Catharines companies, Symetric Productions and Cerebral Vortex Games.
Symetric Productions chose to run their BlackBerry devices on the BlackBerry Internet Service because it is an out-of-the-box solution that makes it possible to get up and running without IT support on a POP3 or IMAP email account. As part of their solution, they built their own notification system on their company servers to alert them on their BlackBerry devices if one of the web sites they host for their clients has technical problems.
Symetric Productions is creating marketing materials for faith-based film companies. The first glimpse you get of a DVD is its jacket. And you might be surprised to know a St. Catharines company has started creating some of those covers
On Thursday, October 25, 2007, the St. Catharines & Thorold Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of the 4th Annual Business Achievement Awards at the Quality Hotel Parkway Convention Centre. More than 250 people attended the event at which David Paterson Vice President of Corporate and Environmental Affairs, and a member of the Board of Directors for General Motors of Canada Limited delivered the keynote address. Mr. Paterson enlightened the crowd with an energetic and informative presentation outlining how GM is working to maintain competitive while pursuing new "green" technology.
This year's finalists for the St. Catharines-Thorold Chamber of Commerce Business Achievement Awards represent a diverse sampling of the finest businesses in the two cities, said a member of the selection committee.
The company was born as a venture between two friends, who took to web design and graphics on a computer in a St. Catharines basement. Five years later, the combined marketing and design expertise of the two young men is earning them international exposure in film and entertainment.
Any wrestling fan worth their salt has heard of Ted DiBiase, the Million Dollar Man. And who can't forget 10-time WCW world champion Sting? Each left their mark on the world of professional wrestling and the sport in return made an impression on them. Both men were paid handsomely for their efforts inside the ring while their personal lives took a backseat to the image of millions of fans saw each week on television.