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The Next 36 venture preview night: New cohort already ‘light years ahead’

on Wed, 07/10/2013 - 16:22

Published by The Financial Post on July 10, 2013

Select investors get a sneak peek at N36 start-ups at Venture Preview Night hosted by Google

A small group of angel investors, venture capitalists and program supporters were given the opportunity to see what the 2013 cohort of The Next 36 has been working on the past 7 months in advance of Venture Day on August 13 at MaRS Discovery District . The event was held at Google in downtown Toronto and featured remarks by Chris O'Neil, Managing Director of Google Canada.

Cohort by Cohort, The Next 36 is Cultivating Canada’s Future Leaders

on Wed, 07/10/2013 - 11:17

Published by Techvibes on July 9th 2013
By Joseph Czikk

Late last year the British satirical site The Daily Mash offered a witty yet valid inquiry on young entrepreneurs. Could shows like Dragons’ Den or Shark Tank be encouraging the creation of “trendy but utterly pointless businesses?"

Maybe, but one stroll throughout the offices of Toronto’s The Next 36 program and those notions can be dismissed.

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Becoming...The Next 36 - Episode 3

on Wed, 07/10/2013 - 09:17

This webisode takes you into the deliberation room where The Next 36 Selection Committee conducts intense callbacks and has heated debates to decide who is chosen to be part of the 2013 cohort

Applications Now Open for 2014 Cohort

on Mon, 07/08/2013 - 09:24

The Next 36 Searching for its 2014 Cohort of Canada’s Top Young Entrepreneurs

(Toronto – July 8, 2013) The program for Canada’s most promising young entrepreneurs has launched its annual search for the country’s next great business builders. The Next 36, championed by W. Galen Weston, Paul Desmarais Sr., Jimmy Pattison and many others, is now accepting applications for its 2014 cohort. Interested undergraduates and recent grads have until October 7th to submit their application and win a place in Canada’s most innovative, selective and demanding entrepreneurial leadership program.

There’s no penalty for boldness, so keep asking and you might get a ‘yes’ (via FP Entrepreneur)

on Thu, 06/27/2013 - 14:45

Published in The Financial Post on June 24th, 2013
By Rick Spence

Your competitors may not be as smart as you think. And asking for the moon gets easier every time you do it.

Those are just two of the lessons I drew from 90 minutes in a classroom with Reza Satchu, a Toronto entrepreneur who co-founded the Next 36 program to transform high-achieving university students into high-impact entrepreneurs.

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Top Canadian VC John Albright (Relay Ventures, 36 Investments Inc.) on BNN Market Sense

on Wed, 06/26/2013 - 12:10

Aired on BNN Market Sense on June 25, 2013

Market Sense - Part Four: Start Up Special: The VC's Take 

BNN speaks with John Albright, one of Canada's largest VCs, for his take on what it takes to get a Canadian start up off the ground in a big way.

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Thalmic Takes A Cue From Google, Launches #ifihadMYO Campaign To Give Away MYO Armbands

on Tue, 06/25/2013 - 12:46

published in TechCrunch on June 25, 2013
 

Thalmic Labs, the Waterloo startup behind the upcoming MYO armband motion control device, is giving away five of its devices, to be delivered to the lucky winners early next year.

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Tension Builds as Young Entrepreneurs Compete to Become the Next 36 (via Techvibes)

on Wed, 06/19/2013 - 15:30
published by Techvibes Newsdesk on June 19, 2013
 
What is entrepreneurship? That was the question asked to the 70 finalists when they arrived in Toronto for the National Selection Weekend.
 
Young aspiring entrepreneurs from across the country took turns at the question in Becoming the Next 36, Canada’s entrepreneurial leadership initiative and six-part biweekly webisode. From improving and innovating the way of life to self-growth, graduates introduce their perspective of what their future occupation means to them.
 
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"One Idea, Many Business Models" - N36 Faculty Joshua Gans at TEDxUofT 2013

on Wed, 06/19/2013 - 14:44

<div>TEDxUofT 2013: held May 18th at the George Ignatieff Theatre, Toronto, ON</div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>Prof. Gans' talk covers three key principles of entrepreneurial strategy with examples from start-ups, including The Next 36<br>&nbsp;</div><p></p>

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