Vancouver, Mainland/Southwest

Tiny Planet Digital

Vancouver, Mainland/Southwest


Tiny Planet Digital, helps businesses in the Lower Mainland and around the globe with their online marketing needs, with services such as digital marketing strategy formulation, website development, social media management, e-commerce consulting and more. With a focus on working with impact-driven businesses, Julie and her team at Tiny Planet Digital help establish, promote and communicate an authoritative online presence for businesses in order to boost the bottom line in this increasingly digital world.


1 Employees

In Business Since 2019

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Best Immigrant Entrepreneur


Please tell us your personal story and about your business. How you started, and how you have overcome challenges.

As cliche as it is - I was motivated to start my business to prove that I can, and to show the naysayers that I can take a different path and be my own boss. I am sure many first generation immigrants can relate to the challenge of communicating with your family that you are giving up a stable career to start a business. The lack of role models and representation in the industry also pushed me to pursue a business in the digital marketing agency space. Prior to starting Tiny Planet Digital, I had been offering marketing consulting services as a side-hustle while working at an agency. While working in the industry, I noticed a big gap in the market where there is not enough communication, clarity, and strategic connection between marketing agencies and the clients they are serving. In the online marketing marketplace, I not only found a lot of misinformation, but I also discovered a lot of piecemeal service offerings that do not take into account the businesses as a whole. I believe that if you are truly dedicated to the success of your clients, you should always approach their business holistically, not just from a marketing perspective. Naturally, the digital marketing industry is laden with hard-to-navigate jargon, on top of the fact that it is always evolving. This made it challenging for small-medium businesses to find trustworthy partners to accelerate their business growth online. The intention behind starting Tiny Planet Digital is to bridge this gap. I aim to build a business that provides irreplaceable value, creative inspiration and direct results to the clients, and the community we are connected to. As a young, female, minority entrepreneur, one of the biggest challenges is establishing credibility and trust in a crowded marketplace. Since 2019, I bootstrapped my business with no external funding as a solopreneur. I was able to turn a profit from Day 1, and have now grown Tiny Planet Digital to a team of 5+ members.

Why do you deserve to win the Best Immigrant Entrepreneur award?

My vision for the future is to provide more value and resources for local businesses to succeed in the increasingly competitive and complex digital landscape. The intention behind starting Tiny Planet Digital is to create a strategy-focused digital marketing agency that values transparency/clarity, education, and sustainable growth. I aim to build a business that provides irreplaceable value, creative inspiration, and direct results to the clients, and the community we are connected to. As a young, female, minority entrepreneur, one of the biggest challenges is establishing credibility and trust in a crowded marketplace. Since 2019, I bootstrapped my business with no external funding as a solopreneur. I was able to turn a profit from Day 1, and have now grown Tiny Planet Digital to a team of 5+ members. My team and I were able to help businesses of all sizes achieve digital marketing success in the form of positive return on investment, and business revenue growth. As a volunteer mentor at ISS of BC (Immigrant Services Society of BC), I hope to help immigrants like myself succeed in the growing technology and digital marketing space. I also work with YELL Canada to help high school students develop business and entrepreneurship skills. Ultimately, I want to be a role model for more people like me in the marketing and technology space.

Best Solopreneur


What motivated you to start your business? What challenges did you overcome as a Solopreneur?

As cliche as it is - I was motivated to start my business to prove that I can, and to show the naysayers that I can take a different path and be my own boss. The lack of role models and representation in the industry also pushed me to pursue a business in the digital marketing agency space. Prior to starting Tiny Planet Digital, I had been offering marketing consulting services as a side-hustle while working at an agency. While working in the industry, I noticed a big gap in the market where there is not enough communication, clarity, and strategic connection between marketing agencies and the clients they are serving. In the online marketing marketplace, I not only found a lot of misinformation, but I also discovered a lot of piecemeal service offerings that do not take into account the businesses as a whole. I believe that if you are truly dedicated to the success of your clients, you should always approach their business holistically, not just from a marketing perspective. Naturally, the digital marketing industry is laden with hard-to-navigate jargon, on top of the fact that it is always evolving. This made it challenging for small-medium businesses to find trustworthy partners to accelerate their business growth online. The intention behind starting Tiny Planet Digital is to bridge this gap. I aim to build a business that provides irreplaceable value, creative inspiration and direct results to the clients, and the community we are connected to. As a young, female, minority entrepreneur, one of the biggest challenges is establishing credibility and trust in a crowded marketplace. Since 2019, I bootstrapped my business with no external funding as a solopreneur. I was able to turn a profit from Day 1, and have now grown Tiny Planet Digital to a team of 5+ members.

Why do you deserve to win the Best Solopreneur award?

My vision for the future is to provide more value and resources for local businesses to succeed in the increasingly competitive and complex digital landscape. The intention behind starting Tiny Planet Digital is to create a strategy-focused digital marketing agency that values transparency/clarity, education, and sustainable growth. I aim to build a business that provides irreplaceable value, creative inspiration, and direct results to the clients, and the community we are connected to. As a volunteer mentor at ISS of BC (Immigrant Services Society of BC), I hope to help immigrants like myself succeed in the growing technology and digital marketing space. I also work with YELL Canada to help high school students develop business and entrepreneurship skills. Ultimately, I want to be a role model for more people like me in the marketing and technology space.

Best Youth Entrepreneur


What motivated you to start your business and what is your vision for the future of your company?

As cliche as it is - I was motivated to start my business to prove that I can, and to show the naysayers that I can take a different path and be my own boss. The lack of role models and representation in the industry also pushed me to pursue a business in the digital marketing agency space. Prior to starting Tiny Planet Digital, I had been offering marketing consulting services as a side-hustle while working at an agency. While working in the industry, I noticed a big gap in the market where there is not enough communication, clarity, and strategic connection between marketing agencies and the clients they are serving. In the online marketing marketplace, I not only found a lot of misinformation, but I also discovered a lot of piecemeal service offerings that do not take into account the businesses as a whole. I believe that if you are truly dedicated to the success of your clients, you should always approach their business holistically, not just from a marketing perspective. Naturally, the digital marketing industry is laden with hard-to-navigate jargon, on top of the fact that it is always evolving. This made it challenging for small-medium businesses to find trustworthy partners to accelerate their business growth online. The intention behind starting Tiny Planet Digital is to bridge this gap. I aim to build a business that provides irreplaceable value, creative inspiration and direct results to the clients, and the community we are connected to. Currently, I am volunteering as a mentor at ISS of BC (Immigrant Services Society of BC) to help immigrants like myself succeed in the growing technology and digital marketing space, and I have been working with YELL Canada since 2019 to help high school students develop business and entrepreneurship skills. I want to be a role model for more people like me. As a young, female, minority entrepreneur, one of the biggest challenges is establishing credibility and trust in a crowded marketplace. Since 2019, I bootstrapped my business with no external funding as a solopreneur. I was able to turn a profit from Day 1, and have now grown the Tiny Planet Digital team to 5+ contractors. My vision for the future is to provide more value and resources for local businesses to succeed in the increasingly competitive and complex digital landscape.

Why do you deserve to win the Best Youth Entrepreneur award?

My vision for the future is to provide more value and resources for local businesses to succeed in the increasingly competitive and complex digital landscape. The intention behind starting Tiny Planet Digital is to create a strategy-focused digital marketing agency that values transparency/clarity, education, and sustainable growth. I aim to build a business that provides irreplaceable value, creative inspiration, and direct results to the clients, and the community we are connected to. As a young, female, minority entrepreneur, one of the biggest challenges is establishing credibility and trust in a crowded marketplace. Since 2019, I bootstrapped my business with no external funding as a solopreneur. I was able to turn a profit from Day 1, and have now grown Tiny Planet Digital to a team of 5+ members. My team and I were able to help businesses of all sizes achieve digital marketing success in the form of positive return on investment, and business revenue growth. As a volunteer mentor at ISS of BC (Immigrant Services Society of BC), I hope to help immigrants like myself succeed in the growing technology and digital marketing space. I also work with YELL Canada to help high school students develop business and entrepreneurship skills. Ultimately, I want to be a role model for more people like me in the marketing and technology space.

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