A team of Sauder and UBC student entrepreneurs has come up with a mobile app called “goodnights” that will give Ticketmaster a run for its money.
Kaizen Biomedical, founded by Sauder School of Business BCom students Derek Li, Jennifer Vlasiu and Stephanie Wilson and UBC Engineering students Annelies Tjebbes, Neal O’Grady and Mayank Kalra, placed first at the Enterprize Canada National Business Plan Competition with their product MobiChill.
Carving down the slopes or ripping through a half-pipe can now be measurably more precise alpine activities, thanks to new high-tech goggles created by a team of MBA alumni from the Robert H. Lee Graduate School at the Sauder School of Business.
An invention developed by students in a joint Sauder School of Business–UBC Engineering undergraduate class is the first to secure seed money from a new University of British Columbia entrepreneurship fund.
One of the Sauder School of Business’s strongest supporters, prominent Vancouver businessman and philanthropist Milton Wong passed away on New Year’s Eve at the age of 72.