Brianna Blaney, James Clift and Dhruv Sood aren’t even 30 yet, but the UBC Sauder alums are already making an impressive mark in British Columbia’s business world.
On Thursday, March 8, Vancouver-based company Fuud.ca took the stage on CBC television’s popular reality program Dragons’ Den – and it was a UBC Sauder alumni who helped get them there.
A UBC Sauder start-up has received a $10,000 prize for presenting the “most outstanding intangible product” at Virginia Tech’s eighth-annual KnowledgeWorks Global Student Entrepreneurship Challenge.
Curos Labs – a chronic pain management start-up founded in a joint UBC Sauder and Applied Sciences course – has won first place at the second annual Life Sciences Start-up Competition.
The BC SPCA worked with Master of Management student Mandeep Nahal to help operationalize a plan to ensure the humane treatment of millions of wild animals.