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Tune into Let's Do Coffee where we interview local entrepreneurs, either student or alumni, 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. 

May 13, 2019

In this episode, we interview Shannon Neighbour, a partner, what she describes as "boutique" recruitment firm at SN recruiting. Shannon tells us what it was like transitioning from a sales role within the advertising to her new life in recruitment with some personal challenges along the way.

We hope you...


Apr 29, 2019

In this episode, we interview Rob LeLacheur, Founder and current CEO of Marketing strategy company Road 55. Rob walks us through what it was like transitioning from a long and fruitful corporate life to owning his own business. He talks about his approaches to business and the ways he setups his company for success.

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Feb 25, 2019

This episode I interview Jay Downton, founder of Oilers Nation, Little Brick Cafe, and the Oodle Noodle Franchise. Having worked with the tourism of Edmonton, and investing back into it with places like Little Brick, Jay defines himself as a passionate Edmontonian.

We hope you enjoy! 

Presented by the NAIT Mawji Centre...


Feb 11, 2019

This episode I talked to Alex St. Louis founder of cloud gaming service Digiplay, and co-founder of EduEats. Alex talks about the troubles of PC gaming because of its price and his ventures into becoming an entrepreneur. His company, Digiplay, is focused on cloud gaming, a service where users can access hardware...


Jan 28, 2019

This week on Let's do Coffee, I brought on Sylvia Cheverie from a, a Canadian French cuisine spot located right in the centre of Beaumont, Alberta. Sylvia shares her experiences, thoughts, and history around how Chartier got started.

We hope you enjoy! 

Presented by the NAIT Mawji Centre for New Venture and...