The Next 36 Searching for its 2013 Cohort of Canada's Top Young Entrepreneurs
TORONTO, July 10, 2012 /CNW/ - A program designed for Canada's most outstanding young entrepreneurs has launched its annual search for the country's next great business builders. The Next 36, championed by Galen Weston, Paul Desmarais Sr., Jimmy Pattison and many others, is now accepting applications for its 2013 cohort. Interested undergraduates have until October 25th to submit their application and win a place in the country's most innovative, selective and demanding entrepreneurial leadership program.
The Next 36 is being described in the media as "the most intense, hot-house effort to force grow entrepreneurs ever attempted in Canada," and by students as "more impactful than university." In less than two years, the program has already won the backing of the presidents of five leading Canadian universities (University of Toronto, Western University, McGill University, University of Waterloo and The University of British Columbia), and by a long list of prominent Canadian business leaders and entrepreneurs.