Recent BCom graduate Paul Davidescu stepped up his pitching game on last night’s episode of Dragon’s Den, as viewers across the country got to hear about his venture, the Tangoo pocket concierge.
After three months at Sauder, the full-time MBA class was tasked with a live case study on Friday, as five representatives from an MBA graduate’s company came in with a real business challenge for the students to tackle.
The Next 36, a leadership program fast-tracking Canada’s next best entrepreneurs, visited Sauder last week, featuring a talk by Tagg Jefferson, whose start-up, GridCure, was chosen as the Next 36’s Outstanding Venture this summer.
As Chief Operating Officer of the Whitecaps, Sauder grad Rachel Lewis is one of just a handful of female executives among a squad of men heading up Vancouver’s pro sports teams, leading a soccer team that only joined its league three years ago, in a hockey-mad nation.
Two Sauder alumni have won prestigious awards given by the BC Human Resources Management Association, earning two out of just three professional awards given yearly.