Yo Wang
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Yo is the Demand Generation Coordinator at Lone Wolf Technologies. Since 2011, Yo has worked in the Technology, Service, Financial, Academic and Health Sectors. Outside of work Yo likes to play soccer, hockey, tennis and learn Mandarin Chinese.

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  • February 20, 2018

    The other day as I sat in the airport waiting to board my plane, I stumbled across Paige Marie Pitcher’s Ted Talk Driverless Cars: breaking the fundamental rule of real estate. In her talk, Paige discussed the opportunities and impact self-driven cars will make on city infrastructure, real estate, and lifestyle. Emotionally, she ended her presentation saying how driverless cars could allow her friend who is bound to a wheelchair regain mobility.

  • January 24, 2018

    It’s 2018.

    After decades of moving closer to conquering poverty and hunger, global hunger is on the rise again. There are now 815 million people around the world who do not have enough food to eat, an increase of 38 million from 2016. 

  • November 30, 2017

    I remember watching A Christmas Carol as a child and thinking, ‘How could anyone be that selfish?’

    As the years go by, come Christmas time, I find myself getting lost in things that I’ve convinced myself are important. Getting out the Christmas decorations. Jamming Christmas parties into my schedule. Stressing about deciding on what junk I should buy and put under the Christmas tree this year.

    Why? All so I can ‘enjoy’ the holidays and Christmas day.

  • November 17, 2017

    There are many benefits to hosting webinars and meetings online. They allow people located far distances from each other to connect and share ideas. They conveniently allow us stay in our own offices and desks during the work day. They don’t require expensive software or technology to use. They allow for more attendees than traditional meetings and training sessions.

    Online meetings and webinars are great, but if you haven’t attended one before, they may be a little confusing.

  • November 7, 2017

    Thank you everyone for participating in the Halloween Contest. Your entries were terrifying! Together, you received an unearthly 3,055 likes and 53 shares. Wow!

    Congratulations to Kelly MacDonald-Wilson from Royal LePage Meadowtowne Realty for winning our Howloween contest with her spooky haunted house!

  • October 17, 2017

    It’s 2017. Much of our personal data, files and information are on Google Drive, Dropbox or even Facebook. Here are 5 reasons why you should embrace data hosting for your real estate business too. 

    1. Save on Costs: Maintaining your own network infrastructure and finding storage solutions for your data is expensive. Reduce your costs by getting Lone Wolf to host your data. It’s that simple! 

  • October 13, 2017

    Friday the 13th can give some people a lot of things to be scared about (Jason Voorhees anyone?). But offices with brokerWOLF have a lot less to fear. Here are 13 ways that our back office program brokerWOLF can make your scary nights running a brokerage a lot less terrifying.

  • October 5, 2017

    We live in a global world. In Toronto, for example, it’s hard to go 1 minute without hearing another language. Today, we’re constantly in contact with people of different backgrounds and different languages. This is especially true if you are a real estate professional. 

  • September 21, 2017

    There is no ‘best’ phone for real estate professionals as everyone’s needs differ. You may prioritize the phone’s operating system for better communication apps, while your co-worker may put more importance on the two-way camera to take selfies at his desk. I sat down with smartphone enthusiast Jeremy de Souza to break down this year’s top phones. Let’s take a look at what he told me re: the best phones from world’s leading smartphone brands in 2017:

  • September 19, 2017

    When you’re a real estate professional, choosing a smartphone is a big deal. You’ll use your smartphone to email the office, text your kids, communicate with agents. You’ll search the internet, use apps, store documents. And for most real estate professionals, your smart phone is your camera, video camcorder, telephone, GPS, address book, and can even be used to submit deal sheets

    Your smartphone is vital to your professional and personal life. That being considered, what do you need to know when choosing a smart phone?