Sharing Stories + Connecting Entrepreneurs
Investing in your education is as important as ever, but today, there are many alternatives to the traditional MBA. The new Global Startup School at Tamwood Careers has set out to redefine how entrepreneurship is taught in Canada with a goal of cultivating the next generation of business leaders. This January 2018, Tamwood Careers launched the Global Startup School in Vancouver, BC – a unique program bridging the gap between traditional business school and accelerators. Learn more about our programs offered here.
As part of the Global Startup School, GSS Talks was created to be a platform of open communication in our community to share stories and learn from one another. This is what GSS Talks is all about: Sharing Stories + Connecting Entrepreneurs. It is with great pride that we announce our very first session at the Global Startup School which is open to all entrepreneurs and those interested in the startup world.
Meet our first Guest Speaker, Sam Thiara.
Speaker, Scholar and Storyteller.
Through his tireless work, Sam continues to be committed to the betterment of communities. In December 2012, he received the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal and in 2006, he received the Governor General’s Caring Canadian Award for leadership and community involvement. His passion is to inspire and motivate others in their personal and professional development through his many adventures and reflections on life’s journeys.
In 2014, Sam published his book, Personal Storytelling: Discover the Extraordinary in the Ordinary and is an avid blogger and speaker. Sam is also Co-Founder and Chief Motivating Officer at GradusOne, an organization to help young people in their life and career. Since 2004, Sam has found his calling at the Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser University in student engagement, community relations and more recently as a lecturer. Having mentored hundreds and engaged thousands, he is also an affordable coach to high school/post secondary/young professionals and international students in their life journey.
Meet the Sharks for the Pitch Session: Reid Hemsing, Tania Lo and Hayley Woodin
Takeaways from attending this event:
- Developing your personal brand
- Building long lasting relationships
- Understanding the value proposition of self and your idea then putting it all together for the art of the pitch
When: February 1, 4:30-7pm
Where: Tamwood Vancouver Campus at 200-889 West Pender St., Vancouver, BC