Avery Swartz wearing a blue blouse, red lipstick, and glasses, standing in a forest

If technology is supposed to make things easy, why does it seem so hard?

It doesn't have to be. I can help.

Hi. I’m Avery Swartz.

I’m a tech educator, TV and radio contributor, and the founder and CEO of Camp Tech. I help small businesses, charities, and nice people understand technology and use it to meet their goals. I wrote a best-selling book about digital marketing called See You on the Internet.

You may have seen me on CTV Your Morning, Canada’s largest morning television show, or heard my voice on CBC Radio. I was listed #5 on the Top 50 Women in Marketing list by Search Engine Journal.


Camp Tech: digital marketing training for small businesses, non-profits, and those curious to learn more about technology

I’m the founder and CEO of Camp Tech, a tech education company headquartered in Toronto. We offer practical tech workshops taught by leading experts in a fun and friendly environment, giving you the skills you need to put in place right away.

My Book: See You on the Internet

I wrote the best-selling book See You on the Internet: Building Your Small Business with Digital Marketing. It's a frustration-free resource for building a website, selling online, search engine optimization, social media, email marketing, and online advertising… that you’ll actually enjoy reading.


Digital Marketing and Tech Speaking

I’m an entertaining and energetic speaker. I connect with audiences through my use of humour and empathy for anyone struggling with technology. I’ve spoken on stages in front of hundreds of attendees, including CreativeMornings Toronto, Microsoft Ignite, Canadian Internet Marketing Conference, and The Globe and Mail Small Business Summit.

TV Appearances

I‘m the resident tech expert on CTV Your Morning – Canada‘s largest broadcast morning television show. I‘m also a tech contributor for The Marilyn Denis Show and The Social, and have appeared on CTV News, CBC News, Global News, Citytv News, and BNN Bloomberg. 

Avery Swartz reporting from Apple Park for CTV