RBC-Schulich Enterprise Forum hosted by Centre for Global Enterprise

The third annual RBC-Schulich Enterprise Forum took place on June 20 at the Miles Nadal Management Centre in Toronto. It was organized by the Centre for Global Enterprise, which operates out of York University’s Schulich School of Business.

Pictured, from left to right: Roshan Mohan, Dana Fox, Lorna Wright, Greg Grice, Mark Patterson, Adam Froman, Douglas Kennedy

The theme for this year’s forum was finding new ways to connect Canadian entrepreneurs and small-and-medium-sized enterprises with the expertise and capabilities they need to support their global ambitions.

The event attracted representatives from approximately 35 different companies and organizations, and addressed three major topics: Connecting Through Better Organization; Connecting With Technology; and Connecting New and Underutilized Capabilities.

The keynote of the event was an address by Adam Froman, founder and CEO of Delvinia and member of the Canadian Council of Innovators, who reminded participants that Canada has less of a startup problem and more a scale-up problem.

For more information about the RBC-Schulich Enterprise Forum series, contact the Centre for Global Enterprise at cge@schulich.yorku.ca.