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Climate change inaction: Why aren’t companies doing more?

Climate change inaction: Why aren’t companies doing more? Read more ›

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Small enterprise goes green

When it comes to sustainable development, small and medium-sized enterprises innovate in many subtle ways, says Martine Spence. (Photo: Andrea Campbell / University of Ottawa) Read more ›

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Business research in the National Capital Region – thesis competition and poster session

Apply today to participate in a 10-minute Thesis Competition organized by the Sprott School of Business, the Telfer School of Management, and the Université de Québec en Outaouais’s Département des sciences administratives! On September 29 at Sprott, you’ll have the opportunity to square off against your business-school peers for $6,000 in cash prizes. Read more ›

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Government contracts a boon for small businesses? Not so fast, say Telfer researchers

As governments look for ways to promote growth in the business sector and create jobs, part of the solution lies with entrepreneurial businesses. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) account for a disproportionate share of job creation, innovation and the accompanying economic prosperity in Canada. Read more ›

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Telfer Executive MBA Class in Silicon Valley 2017: Candidate Blog

Teams from the Class of 2018 are writing about their experiences on their Innovation and Entrepreneurship Consulting Project in Silicon Valley in a series of blogs.  Read more ›

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Telfer Professor Talks Mega-Projects With MPs and Business Leaders

(clockwise from left): Carolyn Montague of Perfocus Management Inc.; professors Jonathan Calof and Stephane Tywoniak; Jake Jacobson of Babcock Canada Inc.; James Maloney, MP; Joe Armstrong of CAE; and Yasmin Ratansi, MP. Read more ›

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Samir Saadi to Collaborate in an International Research Workshop on M&As

Professor Samir Saadi will represent the Telfer School on a team of top researchers examining merger-and-acquisition (M&A) practices at a Joint Israeli-Canadian Research Workshop. Interdisciplinary and inter-university, this workshop will focus on the necessary elements for the success of M&As in Canada and Israel at a moment when both nations are looking to derive more value from these and other forms of corporate reorganization. It will be funded by the Halbert Centre for Canadian Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Read more ›

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Build your start-up for course credit with the Entrepreneurship Foundry Course

In an effort to help streamline the drive of entrepreneurial students, the Telfer School of Management in conjunction with the Faculty of Engineering and Arts, has recently meshed entrepreneurship projects with course credits. The Entrepreneurship Foundry Course is a cross-campus initiative that leverages University and community start-up resources to help students grow their business venture in a “for-credit” 13-week long course. Read more ›

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Telfer School partners with Soshal Group to launch Digital Marketing boot camp

Soshal Group Inc. and Telfer School of Management are excited to announce the May 27th launch of Ottawa’s first Digital Marketing boot camp!  Read more ›

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Telfer Executive Programs Releases 2017-2018 Catalogue of Professional Development Programs

Telfer Executive Programs is pleased to share the catalogue of upcoming leadership and professional development programs for the 2017-2018 year. Read more ›

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