New CE program helps make new businesses investor ready
With programs like the New Venture Seed Fund and the HumberLaunch Incubator, Humber is helping students and recent graduates get their entrepreneurial dreams off the ground.
With The Business School’s Small Business Entrepreneurship and Applied Innovation continuing education (CE) program, Humber’s alumni and the larger community can get the same kind of hands-on training.
Business School professor and Humber’s entrepreneur advocate, Tony Gifford says the new program was developed after alumni requested more hands-on small business programs.
“This program is theory meets practice. This is not academic or highly theoretical; it’s pragmatic and experiential,” says Gifford.
Humber partnered with Launch180, a national business incubator, to launch the program.
“Humber’s focus on making students’ businesses ‘investor ready’ is highly commendable and I am honoured to be a contributor to that,” says Bo Pelech, who is Launch180’s senior advisor and Humber’s first Entrepreneur-in-Residence.
Student will attend 15 weeks of three -hour classes.
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