WithinScope works with companies who supply a unique service and we connect (sell) or better position their offer to customers . We presently work with Maple Leaf Sports (NHL, NBA, MLS and CFL teams), Loop Media Group (Get in the Loop local), Armstrong Partnerships (The Results Ad agency), and Digonex Dynamic Pricing.
We figure out if our partners service can help a customer and then we work backwards to ensure the customer's needs are met first. Many of our end users customers we have known and worked with across several different business for in some cases two decades.
If you have a unique product and need to find a Canadian audience, let's chat. If you're a sports team on the business side that believes selling seats and retaining customers is a top priority, we can help.
My sports passion began 40 plus years ago as a 4 year old ball hockey target for my 8 year old brother and his friends. Although I've never been paid for my athletic performance, as a student I did cash checks as a tennis ball boy, ski coach, golf driving range manager, tennis instructor, baseball usher and ran a University Radio Sports show (volunteer). Upon graduation, I ran the NFL Experience in Canada, a Squash and Fitness club, sold seats and suites on behalf of Maple Leaf Sports and Tennis Canada before selling the original sports clients for AudienceView ticketing software.
A family wake up transferred my sports sales experience to the Healthcare sector where I had 10 rewarding years improving the lives of individuals and companies selling for Medcan Health. Exploring new audiences for Medcan lead me to Tim Moulton (founder of WithinScope) which diversified my experience and lead to consulting work in Loyalty sales for Exchange Solutions (Hockey Canada Loyalty), Mercury communications and Armstrong Partnerships.
1) Treat people how you want to be treated. It's a easy to remember and a great guiding light that we apply to our family, friends, associates, business partners and clients.
2) The three legged stool theory which was introduced to me by George Cohen (founder of McD's Canada) who learned it from Charles Lazarus (founder of Toy's R Us.)
It means, a decision in business has to equally support all parties involved or like an unbalanced stool, the business will eventually tip over.