Rick Cytrynbaum joins Eric Morse to share various aspects of his journey; from finding the white space in an industry, and cultivating one’s gut feel, to the critical role failure plays in the life of an entrepreneur.
Patrick Spence shares lessons from the highs and lows of his career, his philosophy on technology and innovation, Sonos’ legal battles with Google, and the different outlooks of entrepreneurs on both sides of the 49th parallel.
Jake Karls, BA'16, joins Ivey Faculty Larry Plummer to discuss the rise of Mid-Day Squares, covering a range of topics including the importance of authenticity, various funding sources, the complicated world of retail and how he balances family and business while forging a chocolate empire.
This Summer, the Entrepreneur Podcast is back! Featuring the likes of Jake Karl of Mid-Day Squares, the Montreal-based chocolate company that’s taking the world by storm, Patrick Spence from the innovative audio giant Sonos, and Rick Cytrynbaum, a true trailblazer in the direct-to-consumer fashion industry.
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.