Multiculturalism is one of the distinct elements that characterize Canada. Every year, more newcomers come to Canada, bringing in dynamic energy and labour force that are valuable to the country’s growth. How can Canada work to empower newcomers to pursue entrepreneurship? What resource are available for those new to Canada who wish to startup?
Join Startup Canada (@Startup_Canada) and Mastercard (@MastercardCAnws) on July 19 for a live #StartupChats on Twitter from 12pm – 1pm ET. Hosted by Edwin Frondozo (@drgnmeme), Co-founder at Slingshot VoIP, we’ll learn about Newcomer Entrepreneurship.
– Nilay Lad, I’m an innovator and visionary within the financial services sector who will break barriers and the market to make life easier for Canadians looking to bank online. @fefifosave
– Access Employment, ACCES Employment assists job seekers from diverse backgrounds to find employment and integrate into the Canadian job market. @ACCESEmployment
– James Bowen, Serial entrepreneur, Chair of Startup Canada’s Startup awards, angel investor. @jamesBowen2015
– Nunzio Presta, online marketplace where people can buy, sell and grow businesses or franchises every day. @mybizon
– Luke Aulin, Luke leads RTOWN, an end-to-end do-it-for-you digital marketing company serving hundreds of small to medium sized businesses. Recently named a top 20 by Business in Vancouver (the youngest by 3 years). @lukeaulin
– Jade Alberts, Workplace Strategist / Brand Influencer / StoryTeller / Business Development / Mentorer / Entrepreneur. @Jade_A_Consult
– Michael Koral, I’m the COO and Co-Founder of @needlsads – the easiest and most effective way to advertise on social media. @michael_needls