Haidaeye Works for NW-ACE Student Aileen Hans

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The 18 students of the third cohort of the Northwest Aboriginal Canadian Entrepreneurs program (NW-ACE) have completed their nine week in-class component on May 23 and are entering the 12-week mentorship phase, heading for graduation on September 19, 2014. This program partnership between Gustavson School of Business Executive Programs and Tribal Resources Investment Corporation (TRICORP), designed and delivered by Gustavson’s award winning Entrepreneurship ...

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Leona Ridley’s Wolfden

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The Northwest Aboriginal Canadian Entrepreneurs program (NW-ACE) is a partnership between Gustavson School of Business Executive Programs and Tribal Resources Investment Corporation (TRICORP). For three months Gustavson’s award winning Entrepreneurship faculty travelled to Prince Rupert, BC to deliver expert-information-processing theory and current entrepreneurial thought so students could apply leading edge theory to seek practical solutions to complex real-world new venture opportunities. The 18 students of the third cohort of NW-ACE completed their in class component on May 23rd, 2014 and ...

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NW-ACE Student Giuliana Hauknes, Artisan Baker

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Post by Dr. Brent Mainprize Teaching Professor, Entrepreneurship and Director of the NW-ACE Program

The 18 students of the third cohort of the Northwest Aboriginal Canadian Entrepreneurs program (NW-ACE) in Prince Rupert, BC completed their nine week in class component on May 23rd, 2014 and are now entering the 12 week mentorship phase, heading for graduation on September 19th, 2014. NW-ACE is a partnership ...

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NW-ACE Student Wayne Fast and his ‘Peace of Mind’

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Post by Dr. Brent Mainprize Teaching Professor, Entrepreneurship and Director of the NW-ACE Program

The Northwest Aboriginal Canadian Entrepreneurs program (NW-ACE) is a partnership between Gustavson School of Business Executive Programs and Tribal Resources Investment Corporation (TRICORP). Designed and delivered by Gustavson’s award winning Entrepreneurship faculty, the program consists of a nine week in class component followed by a 12 week mentorship ...

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Some great coverage on the program!

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Globe and Mail:

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/careers/business-education/how-a-b-school-is-helping-aboriginal-startups/article12133072/?utm_source=Shared+Article+Sent+to+User&utm_medium=E-mail:+Newsletters+/+E-Blasts+/+etc.&utm_campaign=Shared+Web+Article+Links

 

CBC Radio: http://www.cbc.ca/daybreaknorth/interviews/2013/05/29/embracing-opportunity-first-nation-entrepreneurs-prepare-for-a-natural-gas-boom/

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