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Entrepreneur Connector Event and Showcase
Ready. Set. Connect.
Connect with entrepreneurs in Toronto at Western’s Entrepreneur Connector Event and Showcase with special guest speaker Kevin Mako, HBA’07, Founder of product design firm, MAKO Design + Invent.
Mingle with industry leaders, entrepreneurs, and check out a few of the up-and-coming businesses from Propel, Western’s startup accelerator.
Guests will enjoy canapés and refreshments and one complimentary drink ticket. Cash bar available.
The registration fee is $10 per person. Please register by Monday, May 14, 2018. Space is limited and may sell out before this date.
5:30 p.m. Registration and Mix & Mingle
6:00 p.m. Remarks and Keynote
6:30 p.m. Mix & Mingle resumes
Kevin is the Founder of the international consumer product development firm MAKO Design + Invent, the first firm in North America to offer product development services and now the largest consumer industrial design firm in Canada. The company has been named to the world-renowned Inc 5000 list and Entrepreneur Magazine’s 360 list for its visionary leadership, industry innovation, and entrepreneurial support.
While attending the Richard Ivey School of Business, Kevin incorporated MAKO Design + Invent at just 22 years old. Graduating as Class President with an additional specialization in Entrepreneurship, Kevin continued his education at the University of Hong Kong studying manufacturing and supply chain management.
As a strong believer in developing entrepreneurial spirit, Kevin also personally finances and invests in small businesses and startups in a wide range of industries including media, retail, medical and technology.