Spiro Mandylor

marketing and Social Media Influencer in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Spiro Mandylor is an accomplished marketing, business development, and social media professional. Healthcare, the arts, and computer studies have always been core interests. Learning to code as early as grade school, he launched his first Bulletin Board System (BBS), a precursor to today's website, on a Commodore 64.

After graduating with a double major in Kinesiology and Psychology, he later obtained his Project Management Professional (PMP) designation, and a Certificate in Marketing Communications - all from the University of Toronto.

He began his career working for a Toronto & Los Angeles based dotcom, where he oversaw the design and implementation of their e-commerce site, web sports portal, and fitness software.

He quickly transitioned into mid-to-large sized IT account management and project management consulting specializing in government and healthcare.

Project management clients have gone on to included the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (CPAC), eHealth Ontario, Cancer Care Ontario (CCO), Ontario College of Pharmacists, Baxter Pharmaceuticals, and many more.

A brief hiatus from technology led to an entrepreneurial venture in South America where Mandylor designed and project managed the construction of a discotheque and event space in Chile. After selling his stake in the venue, he went on to work as an international marketing manager for two medical device companies spending two years in London, England.

In 2010, Mandylor founded It’s All Style To Me, an online style blog. He’s gone on to cover countless fashion shows and special events in Toronto, New York, Los Angeles, and Miami.

Revered for his photography and social media skills, Mandylor was appointed the first ever Canadian Olympus Photography Visionary in 2012. An photography honour bestowed upon very few.

Social influencer ambassadorships followed including work with Ford Motor Company who selected him as one of their Top 150 Social Media Influencers of 2012. He's also worked with MasterCard Canada over four seasons as one of their Stylicity Bloggers and as a style panelist for the first season of ‘Celebrity Style Story’.

He has been featured in the Toronto Star, Global TV, View the Vibe, H&M, Fox News NYC, and many other publications.

  • Education
    • University of Toronto