This seminar provides an overview of the key considerations involved in starting a not-for-profit organization in Ontario including research, registration, operations, governance, taxation, funding opportunities.
The information provided in this seminar does not constitute advice for any specific business situation. Clients are advised to consult a professional business adviser such as a lawyer and/or an accountant for more information and advice.
Robert is a business lawyer and creative thinking facilitator whose practice focuses on supporting social innovators and entrepreneurs. Robert specializes in providing practical business and governance solutions to a wide range of organizations including not-for-profit organizations. He recharges and finds balance by walking labyrinths across the GTA.
Registration coming soon!
Are you struggling to build projections? Projections that could give you a competitive advantage? Or maybe you’re faced with analysis software programs that you can’t seem to understand. Let Humber Centre for Entrepreneurship help you!
– Building assumptions and sizes of markets
– Pricing strategy
– Analysis of marketing spend
– Building automated analysis
– And a whole lot more!
Having successfully run at Schulich for the last five (5) years, this workshop is specifically designed for ANYONE who wants to learn how to build a working business model and perform any sort of projections. It DOES NOT require an extensive knowledge of excel, finance, accounting or computer programming.
The Innovation in Action Tour will take you on a full-day bus tour, stopping at three innovative South Halton Region companies (Javelin Technologies, Urtech Manufacturing, Illuma-Drive). During these company visits, guests will tour facilities and learn more about best in class innovative practices being used right here in Halton Region. Breakfast, Lunch, Cocktails and Transportation will be provided.
Here is what to expect:
· Learn the importance of adapting your mindset towards Innovation Economy
· Visit 3 progressive and innovative companies in Halton (Javelin Technologies, Urtech Manufacturing, iLLUMA DRIVE)
· See how these companies are adapting and revolutionizing old systems using innovative thinking
· Support the local economy and connect with local businesses
· Network with CEOs and Founders
Student Ticket Price: $42.50, General Public Ticket Price is $85.00.
See Full Agenda Here
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Students must use their university email and the discount code POW50 to receive the discounted price.
Artificial Intelligence has made tremendous strides in recent years, and its impact has been felt both inside the university and across society. Yet despite its successes, there remain significant technical challenges, as well as serious societal and ethical challenges. Today’s students, across all disciplines, need to be prepared to both take advantage of the opportunities afforded by AI and meet the challenges it poses to us all. Join us for a discussion on how AI is changing the nature of work during the first Future of Work Speaker Series featuring Sven Dickinson.
Doors open at 5 p.m. Light refreshments provided. Networking opportunities. See Event Poster
There are three major breakthroughs that will disrupt technology – and your business – in 2019.
On December 6, 2018, RIC Centre’s Tech Forecast will answer these pressing questions and more. With experts in Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, and Hardware, you will learn how technology can grow in the coming years and how it can be used to make better business decisions.