University of Canada Western (UCW), Headquartered in Vancouver (Canada) and focused on entrepreneurship and innovation, it will host a completely free event for those interested. Learn about entrepreneurship opportunities existing for foreigners in that country.
This event is called “NExT Generation of Innovation” and this event will take place Wednesday, September 29, 2021.
Those interested can register through Edooconnect.com The platform that applies technology to support the study, immigration and incorporation processes of Latin American citizens in Canada.
(See: Plan your future career in Canada).
The event will feature panelists such as Roció Fernández, co-founder of Nova, the first directed collaborative space; Jaime Morvin Steuben, Chair of the Talent, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Committee at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico; Andrea Ornelas, Innovation Projects Coordinator at the Next Generation Center, University of California, London; and Manuel Caicedo, Partner at Lyown Holding,
Experts will share their knowledge and experience on Innovation support systems, entrepreneurship systems, cooperation and diversity between countries in innovation processes.
(See: Study and Work in Canada: What Requirements Do You Have to Meet?).
“Cities like Toronto, Vancouver, Waterloo, and Montreal have developed veritable “hubs” for innovation and entrepreneurship that have made it possible for Canada to find itself in an enviable environment for setting up new businesses. Most importantly, Canada offers an open ecosystem for immigrant entrepreneurs, giving them more and better opportunities to significantly develop and grow their businesses.said Andrés Felipe Rey, CEO of Cinnetico and former director of the Emprender Fund.
To attend the event, those interested can register for absolutely free of charge https://edooconnect.com/ngi/.