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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. 

Dec 15, 2020

In this episode we interview Marsha Thurlin, President of Choice Survey & Construction Supplies.  Marsha is a proud alumn of NAIT's Surveying program.  As a part of the field equipment industry in Western Canada, Marsha saw an opportunity to provide a new approach of offering equipment and supplies to the industry. She...

Dec 1, 2020

In this episode we interview Angela Armstrong, President of Prime Capital Group and Mawji Centre Advisor.  Angela was first exposed to entrepreneurship as a youth.  Angela joined Junior Achievement in order to get out of the house and spend time with friends.  "You don't know what you don't know".  Mentorship, formal...

Nov 17, 2020

In this episode we interview Brandon Boutin, Pipefitter '05.  Brandon partnered with Tyler McNaughton (Arch Tech'05) and Sterling Nordin (Heavy Equipment '02) to found Town Square Brewing.  After a failed attempt to bring a US franchise to Alberta they decided to start from scratch to create the brew experience they...

Nov 3, 2020

In this episode we interview Deo Samuels.  Deo is a second year NAIT JR Shaw School of Business student and founder of EZNotes.  Deo shares what inspired him to start his company and how he is progressing.  He's looking to pilot now, so if you are interested he's ready!  This episode was hosted and produced by the NAIT...

Oct 20, 2020

In this episode we interview Scott Shewchuk.  Scott is the owner/manager of Fountain Tire's Londonderry location.  He shares his journey as an entrepreneur from working on the sales floor to owning his own store. This episode was hosted and produced by the NAIT Radio and Television program's very own Lamya Asiff.