Archive, Futurpreneur Canada Announcements | November 5, 2009
When it comes to business, Canadians could teach the world a thing or two.
Just look at the recent turbulent economy.Canada may have had its problems, but we’re moving into the recovery phase a lot stronger and faster than other countries around the world. And while our nation may be known for being polite and more reserved about our accomplishments, it’s time we made some noise, and got some recognition for our exceptional entrepreneurial knowledge.
That’s why, the Canadian Youth Business Foundation (CYBF), Official Host of Global Entrepreneurship Week Canada (GEW Canada) and Entreprise Toronto are proud to announce their attempt at setting the Guinness World RecordTM for the Largest Business Lesson.
The lesson will be held on Thursday, November 19th, from 6:00pm to 8:30pm in the rotunda at Toronto City Hall, as part of GEW Canada activities. Hosted by Steve Stunt of CHUM-AM’s “The Entrepreneur Hour”, a panel of leading Canadian business experts will conduct the lesson to a crowd of hundreds.
Lesson topics include Small Business Start-up, Financing and Mentoring, with an “Ask the Experts” Q & A session following the event.
Join us November 19th at Toronto City Hall, and be a part of history and help set a Canadian Guinness World RecordTM.
Registration for the event is available at www.enterprisetoronto.com or by phone at 416-395-7416.