Michelle Kwok joins Eric Janssen to share her conventional journey into entrepreneurship from pursuing a career in medical science.
The founder of Prime Restaurants, John Rothschild, MBA '83, shares his love for business, food and celebrating good times.
Eric Janssen is joined by Jocely Mackie, Co-CEO of Grand Challenges Canada to discover how her organization is changing the world, one innovative idea at a time.
Bob Nourse, MBA ’64, shares his story of transforming a small New Orleans-based mail-order business called, The Bombay Company, into "America's hottest company" in the early 1990s.
Welcome to our Legends Series, where we uncover stories of Western Founders who have revolutionized industries, build recognizable brands, and added richness to lives across Canada and beyond. Our first guest is David 'Patch' Patchell-Evans, Founder and CEO of Goodlife Fitness.
Leaving their established careers, Jayme Jenkins, HBA ’07, and Jessica Stevenson, HBA ’07, are reimagining the beauty industry with Everist, which provides concentrated forms of traditional hair and body care products, reducing the industry’s typical reliance on plastic bottles and packaging.
Cal Newport shares his thoughts on how to stay focused in a world of digital distractions, the benefits of being impatient, and the fallacy of following your own passion.
Eric Morse sat down with Sukhinder Singh Cassidy, HBA ’92, a leading digital CEO and entrepreneur, to discuss how risk-taking might be the best thing for one's career trajectory on the Ivey Academy's Podcast, Currents in Learning.
Eric Janssen speaks to Zita Cobb about entrepreneurship for the purpose of more than just profit, asset-based community development, why community is important and how one can build it.
Eric Janssen sits down with Sukhinder Singh Cassidy to discuss her incredible journey, and the importance of prioritization, and how that changes in startup and large company contexts.