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Nathan Rudyk, Storyteller-in-chief

Nathan is the founder of market2world and an award-winning marketer, author, teacher and broadcaster. He is passionate about client success, has created storylines for start-ups, multinationals and marcom agencies across Canada, and has led winning product launch campaigns for emerging companies as well as tech giants including Microsoft, EDS, IBM, and Xerox.

His recent brand creations include, Invest Ottawa, the Ontario Clean Technology Alliance, and the first-ever Global Entrepreneurship Week in Ottawa. Learn more about Nathan.

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Jessica makes multimedia stories happen for market2world clients. She combines thoughtful multimedia and graphic design capability with journalism/online media training and a strong understanding of social networking.

No matter which media she's working in, Jessica harnesses the power of client ideas into market-ready Web sites, logos, social networking sites, collaterals, and moving images. She also teaches at Algonquin College, her alma mater, in the Professional Writing program, taking students through the basics of working with creative professionals. 

Hasi Eldib, Video STORYTELLER

In the video realm, Hasi does it all, from shooting to editing to final production of client videos that range from YouTube to ultra HD quality. Hasi’s experience includes creating documentaries for major broadcasters to capturing daily news for CTV, plus a wide range of corporate assignments. In every instance, he understands the process of translating a client's ideas and products into a high-impact video message.


Podcasting is an essential tool in the Web 2.0 communications kit, and Ken applies his creativity to market2world's podcasting projects. An expert in on location recording, and the magic ears and hands on several Juno-award winning recordings (in fact, he's the Chief Sound Dude for the Canada's annual Junos) Ken takes the audio back to his 24-track, 24-bit recording facility where he works his magic (under many lava lamps) to make our clients sound larger than life.


Do you know what creative communications people are great at? Creative communications! Know what they're not good at? Filling out government forms, sending invoices and dealing with accountants. That's why we have Jo. She sweeps into our offices to gather up all the little bits of paper and turns them into other bits of paper that the bankers and accountants say are quite impressive. Who are we to argue? We just do what Jo says and everything is beautiful!