The McGill Dobson Centre For Entrepreneurship is proud to be creating international relationships with prominent startup ecosystems abroad. Our mission is to develop, support and accelerate emerging innovation at McGill while expanding global growth opportunities for our startups.
In a special event celebrating Entrepreneur’s Day, we are delighted to present a lively conversation with leading New York City based Entrepreneurs and investors – and friends of the Dobson Centre.
Animated by McGill alumnus, Gregory Larkin, Founder at Punks & Pinstripes and best-selling author of This Might Get Me Fired, the event, which will be live streamed on Tuesday, December 1st at 5:30 p.m., will feature special guests Charles Bonello, Founder of Vivvi and Grand Central Tech – the biggest incubator in NYC; Peter Crysdale, SVP of Minerva; Gary Hoberman, CEO of Unqork and former CIO of Metlife; JJ Kasper, one of the most respected VCs in NYC and former McKinsey partner; as well as Amanda Kirby, former SVP Tech Startup Partnerships at Bank of America.
Our discussion will focus on the journey of entrepreneurship and celebrate the important contribution that entrepreneurs bring to our economy and society.
Date: Tuesday, December 1st, 2020
Time: 5:30 p.m. to 6:30
Registered guests will be sent a link to the livestream prior to the event.
For detailed information about the event, view the event brochure.
For any questions, please contact Kika Armata at dobson.mgmt [at] mcgill.ca (subject: Entrepreneur's%20Day%20in%20NYC%20-%20Inquiry)