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Tune into Let's Do Coffee where we interview local entrepreneurs, either student, alumni or Mawji Centre Advisory members, about their ventures into entrepreneurship.


Each episode we dive into topics that explore the challenges, questions, and fears each individual has or had when operating their companies. 

 

Presented by The Mawji Centre for New Venture and Student Entrepreneurship. 

Sep 27, 2022

In this episode we chat with Samuel Yasinski, NAIT JR Shaw School of Business Finance student.  Sam was a student in our pre-pilot of The Mawji Centre's Entrepreneurship Blue Book Program and launched his business in property management and has now used the process learned to launch Fintrak.  Fintrak helps...


Apr 12, 2022

In this episode we chat with Steven Brochu, NAIT Culinary alumnus. 
Steven is the chef and owner of MilkCrate.  Steven was the head chef at Chartier before he decided to branch out and launch his own business.  Steven found creative ways to keep business going during COVID lockdowns. This episode was hosted by...


Mar 29, 2022

In this episode we chat with Niki Kearl.   Niki is a BTECH student and the founder of Blu Orthotics.  Niki's involvement with the Mawji Centre began when her team took first place in the Innovation Challenge in 2021.  What a year she has had!   This episode was hosted by NAIT's Mawji Centre and produced by Cannon...


Mar 15, 2022

In this episode we chat with Hubert Lau.  Hubert completed the Computer Systems Technology program at NAIT and is the President and CEO of TrustBix.   Their mission is to create a world where we trust more, waste less and reward sustainable behaviour.  This episode was hosted by NAIT's Mawji Centre and produced by...


Feb 24, 2022

In this episode, we feature Monita Chapman. Monita is the owner of Simply Supper. She shares her story on taking over and expanding the meal prep company business, and her amazing charitable work with Simply Supper Helps. Hear how Monita was forced to pivot during the pandemic and how those changes affected...