25 min

Ep 23: Sarmad Almoullem & Photo Tech Fotosource - Newcomer Entrepreneur Series with the Campbell River People's Project Magazine & IWC Holding Heritage

    • Society & Culture

Sarmad Almoullem is a Syrian artist and photographer - and current owner of Campbell River's camera goods store Phototech Fotosource!

We talk with Sarmad about his immigration story to Canada from Syria, his passion for photography and art, culture and community, and more!

Sarmad's story is also featured in Campbell River's People Project Magazine - so be sure to check out the printed article, too!

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This episode is produced in collaboration with the Immigrant Welcome Centre's Welcoming Communities Coalition and the Campbell River Mirror Newspaper - which are both based on beautiful Vancouver Island. 
The goal of this series of interviews aims to learn more about and amplify the voices of newcomers in Campbell River who own businesses in the community. We chat with them about their journeys, successes and challenges starting and running their businesses. The goal is to help dispel negative misconceptions about the impact of newcomers on the Canadian economy, to highlight diversity and underrepresented voices, and contribute to making our communities more welcoming for all.


As always, head over to holdingheritage.com to check out the episode show notes!

Intro & Outro Music by Blue Wednesday – be sure to check him out!

Sarmad Almoullem is a Syrian artist and photographer - and current owner of Campbell River's camera goods store Phototech Fotosource!

We talk with Sarmad about his immigration story to Canada from Syria, his passion for photography and art, culture and community, and more!

Sarmad's story is also featured in Campbell River's People Project Magazine - so be sure to check out the printed article, too!

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This episode is produced in collaboration with the Immigrant Welcome Centre's Welcoming Communities Coalition and the Campbell River Mirror Newspaper - which are both based on beautiful Vancouver Island. 
The goal of this series of interviews aims to learn more about and amplify the voices of newcomers in Campbell River who own businesses in the community. We chat with them about their journeys, successes and challenges starting and running their businesses. The goal is to help dispel negative misconceptions about the impact of newcomers on the Canadian economy, to highlight diversity and underrepresented voices, and contribute to making our communities more welcoming for all.


As always, head over to holdingheritage.com to check out the episode show notes!

Intro & Outro Music by Blue Wednesday – be sure to check him out!

25 min

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