Entrepreneurship 100: Conversations

Think you may be an entrepreneur?
Learn about the personal side of entrepreneurship and be a part of the conversation. Be inspired by real-life stories of hard work and success.

About Entrepreneurship 100

Entrepreneurship isn’t about sitting back and watching TED talks. It’s about putting yourself out there and getting it done. Join our interactive conversations to learn about transforming ideas into successful businesses and who can help you along the way.

Entrepreneurship 100 is an event connecting curious people with diverse entrepreneurs. Featuring an interactive Q&A conversation and a chance to meet with the panelists, Entrepreneurship 100 is the best way to learn about starting a business—no MBA required!

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Upcoming Events

Thursday, September 20, 2018

6:00 – 8:00pm

Innis Town Hall
2 Sussex Ave
Toronto, ON
M5S 1J5

Here Be Dragons! Preparing for the Big Pitch

How do entrepreneurs prepare for major company presentations?

FEATURING:

Join us for an interactive fireside chat between Happy Pops founder Leila Keshavjee and Impact Centre senior fellow Charles Plant to learn about Leila’s appearance on CBC’s “Dragons’ Den”. She will be featured on the show’s season 13 premiere at 8:00 pm on September 20.

Thursday, November 1, 2018

6:00 – 8:00pm

Banting Institute room 150 (ground floor)
100 College Street
Toronto, ON
M5G 1L5

A Killer Idea or “Kill That Idea”?

How do you figure out whether your startup idea is any good?

PANELLISTS TO BE ANNOUNCED

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Time TBA

Banting Institute room 150 (ground floor)
ONRamp
100 College Street
Toronto, ON
M5G 1L5

From Thesis to Growth Funding

How did a U of T student turn his Ph.D. thesis into an investor-backed AI-healthcare company?

PANELLISTS TO BE ANNOUNCED

Registration Available Soon

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“To be honest, I had never given entrepreneurship that much thought earlier on. This event put things into perspective for me, and I realized that it certainly might be an option in the future. The idea of innovating something and putting it out there really appeals to me.”

Sakshi Khanna

FOURTH-YEAR BOOK AND MEDIA STUDIES STUDENT

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