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admin June 11, 2024

2024 Global Forum on Modern Direct Democracy in Bucharest, Romania

Admin June 9, 2024

Better Neighbours, Better Neighbourhoods (BN2)

admin June 25, 2024

PlaceSpeak CEO, Colleen Hardwick to speak at 2024 Global Forum on Modern Direct Democracy

admin May 4, 2024

Strategy Consulting Initiative – PlaceSpeak x SCI

admin April 15, 2024

PlaceSpeak Artificial Intelligence AI Project with BCIT CIP ISSP

admin April 12, 2024

SDI Digital Democracy Report: New 2024 Edition

admin March 1, 2024

Reinventing Trust in the Digital Age: PlaceSpeak’s Landmark Achievement

admin January 16, 2024

PlaceSpeak receives first ever Trustmark for Digital Identity

admin January 14, 2024

CIV.WORKS and PLACESPEAK ANNOUNCE JOINT DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT FOR A PRIVACY-PROTECTED CIVIC NETWORK

admin September 11, 2023

In Conversation with Matt Leighninger

admin August 29, 2023

The Importance of Verified Civic Engagement

admin June 5, 2023

PlaceIt Map Upgraded

admin April 4, 2023

PLACESPEAK FOUNDER TO SPEAK AT 2023 GLOBAL DEMOCRACY FORUM

admin February 27, 2023

BCIT ISSP May 2024 Sparked 3 Inspired R&D Projects

admin June 11, 2024

PlaceSpeak Advisor John Starke

 

 

 

John Starke is the President & CEO of FCV, a full-service digital advertising agency with offices in Toronto and Vancouver. Before FCV, John was Director of Business Development at Expedia. Prior to Expedia, he worked with several organizations and was a consultant with Accenture.

 

In addition to his role at FCV, John serves as a director at BC Assessment, an independent, provincial Crown corporation, and is an MBA mentor at the University of British Columbia.

 

John holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Computer Information Systems from the University of Colorado and is a member of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization. In 2010,he was recognized in Vancouver’s Top 40 Under Forty, and his leadership and philanthropic endeavours earned FCV a 2010 Community Leadership Award from the British Columbia Technology Industry Association.

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