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Western alumni among Canada’s ‘changemakers’

Western alumni among Canada’s ‘changemakers’

Three Western alumni – Sarah Landstreet, Shadi McIsaac and Denis Nagasaki – have been named to the 2022 Globe and Mail’s Report on Business Changemakers list.   The annual award recognizes emerging innovative leaders who are changing the face of …

Ivey student wins Ontario entrepreneurship title

Ivey student wins Ontario entrepreneurship title

Greig Perantinos, owner of Cool Moose Creamery and full-time
student at Richard Ivey School of Business, has been named the 2010
Student Entrepreneur Ontario Champion by charitable organization
Advancing Canadian Entrepreneurship (ACE).

The business of sustaining growth

The business of sustaining growth

Lessons learned today won’t necessarily work tomorrow when it comes
to sustaining rapid growth, according to a new study investigating
why some firms grow faster than others.

Western partner in research venture

Western partner in research venture

A proposed three-way partnership among The University of Western
Ontario, City of London and Fanshawe College seeks to boost the
local economy with the creation of an advanced manufacturing
industrial park, similar to Western’s research parks in
London and Sarnia.

Research more than skin deep

Research more than skin deep

Development of artificial human tissue could soon provide medical
trainees with the head start they need to become the next great
surgeon.

Doing business in developing countries

Doing business in developing countries

There is enormous potential for businesses to thrive in developing
countries but it requires a different approach than in developed
markets.

Can nature offer a hand up?

Can nature offer a hand up?

With only a dozen full-time employees, the Kitabi College of
Conservation and Environmental Management (KCCEM) in the south of
Rwanda is small compared to schools like Western, but its heart and
its goals for the surrounding region far surpass its stature.

Ivey student wins Ontario entrepreneurship title

Ivey student wins Ontario entrepreneurship title

Greig Perantinos, owner of Cool Moose Creamery and full-time
student at Richard Ivey School of Business, has been named the 2010
Student Entrepreneur Ontario Champion by charitable organization
Advancing Canadian Entrepreneurship (ACE).

The business of sustaining growth

The business of sustaining growth

Lessons learned today won’t necessarily work tomorrow when it comes
to sustaining rapid growth, according to a new study investigating
why some firms grow faster than others.

Western partner in research venture

Western partner in research venture

A proposed three-way partnership among The University of Western
Ontario, City of London and Fanshawe College seeks to boost the
local economy with the creation of an advanced manufacturing
industrial park, similar to Western’s research parks in
London and Sarnia.

Research more than skin deep

Research more than skin deep

Development of artificial human tissue could soon provide medical
trainees with the head start they need to become the next great
surgeon.

Doing business in developing countries

Doing business in developing countries

There is enormous potential for businesses to thrive in developing
countries but it requires a different approach than in developed
markets.

Can nature offer a hand up?

Can nature offer a hand up?

With only a dozen full-time employees, the Kitabi College of
Conservation and Environmental Management (KCCEM) in the south of
Rwanda is small compared to schools like Western, but its heart and
its goals for the surrounding region far surpass its stature.