Social Enterprise is a trending buzzword across the globe, with its own cluster growing right here in Windsor! EPICentre, through our partnership with Pillar Nonprofit and Social Enterprise Southwest www.sesw.ca, has become a community hub for social enterprise information.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and is also an obsession for many people around the globe! That is why it’s a $265 billion industry globally and why one of EPICentre’s newest founders, Derrick Defor, is working on a brand new app for the industry!
Vince Mazza, an Odette M.B.A. alum and recent graduate of the Dual J.D. program at the University of Windsor, is currently taking his experiences in sponsorship to the next level by developing Sponsrd, a sponsorship brokerage that will connect commercial properties with sponsors.
As an entrepreneur, make sure you are constantly finding ways to think, act and create with an entrepreneurial spirit regardless of where you are or what you’re doing.
EPICentre is currently seeking a new Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EIR). Details about the position can be found below. Role Description: As a…
Hello readers! In my previous blog posts, I was probably super optimistic but this week I’ve experienced some things that have made me question and compare a lot of different ideas. I would like to start by making a comparison about two really different experiences I had prior to this internship, each one of them crucial to me being here today. These experiences are related to being an event attendee versus being an event organizer.
On Thursday July 6th, Rich Garton from CTV Windsor visited the University of Windsor – EPICentre to speak to staff, entrepreneurs and incubator members about the EPICentre’s 125 for 125.
I believe that the one of the biggest enemies of social progress is the apathy and conformity of citizens. It’s not always easy to stay active and optimistic when social, political and economic conditions remain the same, however, that is the critical point to be an agent of change. I want to tell you that even the littlest actions matter so don’t underestimate the power and impact that you can have on the world.