21Dec

Sky’s the limit for robotics startup: Carleton student lands $500,000 contract for space agency software design

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09Dec

Young Entrepreneurs Display Products at Venture Demo Day

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Young Entrepreneurs Display Products at Venture Demo Day

By Susan Hickman

Nineteen-year-old criminology student Shalisa Shaw had no idea how much work was involved in starting a business until she enrolled in an introductory entrepreneurship course at Carleton University.

With three other students, she sold nearly $2,500 worth of glass water bottles predominantly targeted at the millennials market. Sandblasted with custom messages, Shaw’s “VESI” bottles pulled in about $1,400 in profits that were donated to the Ottawa Humane Society.

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04Nov

Lead To Win is a Winner: Carleton Ecosystem Among Top 10 In North America

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04Nov

Carleton-led Lead To Win Program for Entrepreneurs Named one of Top Ten in North America

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03Nov

Global Insights: Celebrating the future of academic incubators – UBI Awards in North America

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30Oct

Carleton Welcomes Axis Ottawa's Return to the Nation's Capital

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18Jun

Carleton’s Lead To Win Program Launches New Multicultural Meal Delivery Company: eCelery

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20Apr

Lead To Win Cyber: Canadian Cybersecurity Ventures Globalize as a Collective

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