The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada and the Cansbridge Fellowship would like to invite you to an event on entrepreneurship in Asia and Vancouver. At Building Bridges, the goal is to connect young Canadians who are interested in entrepreneurship with local government bodies, renowned Vancouver entrepreneurs, and venture capitalists. You'll hear insights from experienced business leaders and their lessons learned from experiences in the dynamic economies of Asia.
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Entrepreneurship@UBC (e@UBC) is recruiting for 2017/2018 ventures in the Life Sciences, Core Tech, and Impact streams. This year they're introducing a staged journey for ventures, equipping them with the skills and knowledge essential for building a startup. This journey requires commitment and deliverables at every stage, and accepted ventures will be supported through the journey to investment and growth.
Next 36 is a NEXT Canada initiative that delivers a world-class founder development program to Canada’s most promising young entrepreneurs. The program provides a select group of undergraduate students and recent grads with a unique combination of education, mentorship, and up to $60,000 in seed investment to launch a new business.
Attend an information session on September 28 to learn about the program, application timelines, what you can expect, and more. You'll also have a chance to ask questions and hear from some of UBC's Next 36 alumni.
Each year the Queen's Entrepreneurs' Competition receives numerous business plan submissions from around the globe. The top 15 teams are selected and invited to Toronto to pitch their business plans to a panel of Canadian business leaders. There are over $75,000 in prizes awarded throughout the final weekend for the top pitching entrepreneurs.
Round One: Submit a 10 page business plan, a 5 minute recorded presentation, and the presentation deck used in the video.