Your Business BFF

An OBM can align strategy, systems & support

An OMB's (Online Business Manager) purpose is to manage the day to day operations of the business freeing your time to focus on your mission. DO LESS, LIVE MORE!  OBM's are managers of projects, offices, human resources, accounts, operations and really, online experts.

Partnering with an OBM is not about handing over your business...ahh no thank you! Who wants to do that?!?!

But rather hiring an experienced, skilled and aligned professional that gets to the heart of your business; a reliable (and sometimes mind reading) resource to manage the areas that take up more time and bandwidth than you have available.


We can help you with:

  • Project & team management
  • Launch & brand management
  • Policies, processes & procedures
  • Strategic planning & brainstorming
  • Program creation & content re-purposing

Let's connect

FREE 30-Minute Clarity Session.

We'll get to know each other and learn how we would impact your business.


You have made me so much more efficient, allowing me to grow my business significantly over this past year. With the increased productivity & organization I am happy to report that thanks to your help I am hiring my first full-time employee!

Dwania McLarty-Peele

With all the work you have done, this was such a pleasant experience. I look forward to working with you again in the very near future. Your knowledge, confidence & efficiency made things so easy I would most definitely be recommended your services.

Dwania McLarty-Peele

Carolina took us from chaos to clear thinking! With her organisational plan, our entire office works more efficiently.

Shelly Patrick, Founder of ThinkFlame

Land Acknowledgement

BIO acknowledges & honors the traditional indigenous land on which we reside and its current living treaty relationships. BIO is headquartered in Brampton, Canada, which is part of the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit. We also humbly acknowledge the "One Dish One Spoon Wampum" an inter-nation treaty that declared the land as a shared commons and pledged peace and mutual support between the Anishinaabek, Haudenosaunee and the Wendat, as well as Ojibway/Chippewa peoples, then much later included French and British settlers. We pay respect to elders past, present and emerging.



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