Ten years ago, Marissa McTasney sold her first pair of pink work boots – the trademark product of her company Moxie Trades Ltd. – to a U.S. customer through her online store. But she waited another five years to fully launch into the U.S. market to make sure she had the knowledge base, market strategy
Founder of Moxie Trades slayed a Dragon, wore pink work boots, stripped down on TV, and ten years later dares women to take on their own fearless adventures
Marissa McTasney, Founder and CEO of Moxie Trades, celebrates the Original Pink Work Boot's ten year anniversary by observing March 27th as National Day of Moxie - daring women to find and celebrate their "inner moxie", or the ability to face fear with spirit and courage. Read more on Yahoo Finance
International Women’s Day celebrates equality, diversity and inclusion worldwide. Championing those working to support women entrepreneurs and business leaders is essential in raising the bar for gender parity. Marissa McTasney, Founder and CEO of MoxieTrades, is passing on the torch to Janice McDonald, Founder of The Beacon Agency to become the new Startup Canada Women’s
It’s not every day that you slay a dragon. To subdue the fire-breather, Marissa McTasney needed a great idea, determination, and the intestinal fortitude to pitch her idea to a panel of billionaires on CBC’s hit show, Dragons’ Den, and then walk away when the offer didn’t feel right. Read more on EXPORTWISE
Marissa McTasney is the Pink Work Boot Lady in footwear circles and known in the business world as a woman with moxie. She is the Founder and President of Moxie Trades Ltd. Moxie Trades is now a multi-million dollar threat in the safety footwear industry and the most recognized brand of women’s safety footwear in
The overall learning from the Women’s March is that the real work has only just begun. January 21, 2017, was about awareness, and the world rallied in response. But now that the world’s attention has been held the groups must come together and communicate, and push policy and associations to do better work, and stay
Millions took part in the Women's March. But they also got marching orders to go home and make their community a better place. Listen to the full program on CBC's Ontario today.
Marissa shares her experience after visiting Washington for the Women's March after Donald Trump's Inauguration.
"It felt like a sisterhood": Toronto woman on being in D.C. See the video on CTV news.
McTasney arranged for a fleet of buses to carry Canadians over the border to participate in the Women's March on Washington. The National talks to Marissa. See the video on CBC News See the video on MSN News