Start Something Now
The Series & Upcoming Book
Real advice and stories on starting an impactful business, project or brand.
Resources to help young people get started on their own initiative early on.
Find out why there's no need to wait to start your business, campaign, product or organization. Learn how you can successfully continue it after graduation, too.
Created by repeat founder Daniel Francavilla and packed with stories from creators, changemakers and entrepreneurs.
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About the Author
Daniel Francavilla is an award-winning Toronto-based creative entrepreneur actively supporting innovative projects that have a positive impact, and making things happen for businesses and passionate individuals.
After earning a degree in Graphic Design at OCAD University, he completed a certificate in Digital Strategy & Communications Management at the University of Toronto.
As the founder and Creative Director of Now Creative Group, Daniel works with a team of creative and business professionals to provide Design, Digital, Marketing and Media services to startups, businesses and non-profits. He also produces content for their own media properties, Now Digital Network. The agency’s clients range from startups to TELUS and CBC.
Daniel is passionate about helping others to create social change. After traveling to developing countries as a student, he founded a nonprofit to help children in the developing world receive an education and to empower local youth to become leaders. Today, ACCESS focuses on supporting youth who are creating their own projects and organizations for positive social change, and offers micro-grants through The ACCESS Fund.
Daniel has spoken at a variety of events, conferences and workshops within the Toronto startup scene and nonprofit sector. He has also mentored students from high school to postsecondary on starting their own initiatives, businesses and careers. Daniel shares his learnings, tips and experiences on his blog, podcast and YouTube show.
© Daniel Francavilla, 2018.