My Story

RubyBIOpicRuby Sohi is a consummate professional with over ten years of experience in event production and marketing. She studied in the heart of London, England at City University, where she graduated in 2002 as a Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Media Communication Systems. This led her to a career with various communication agencies, where she became proficient in project management for digital marketing and integrated campaigns. She has successfully delivered projects for HSBC, Disney, British Airways, IKEA and British Telecom.

Since moving to Toronto in 2009, Ruby launched an event management company and has delivered a variety of different corporate events including multi-city symposiums (Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Vancouver), conferences, outdoor festivals, award ceremonies, fundraising galas and launch events to name a few. Her clients include Kraft Canada, Queen’s University, TD,  and numerous non-profit organisations around the Greater Toronto Area including The Stop Community Food Centre and International Yoga Day Canada.

Ruby is also an active member of the community and was previously appointed Chair of the Young Professionals committee and Events committee for the Indo Canada Chamber of Commerce. Within a year of her involvement, she was presented with the ‘Member of the Year’ award as a result of her commitment and contribution to their events. Subsequently, she became an elected Board Director serving as Director of Events for two years. During this time, she initiated the Chamber’s first ever women’s event in support of International Women’s Day and spearheaded the overall strategy for getting more women involved with the organisation.

She is currently volunteers her time to help plan the annual Sikh Centennial Gala in Toronto and regularly volunteers for Women of Influence. Ruby is passionate about digital marketing and the event industry as well empowering women.

“The most successful event is one that achieves your goals and exceeds your expectations” – Ruby Sohi

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