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Case competition success for SFU Beedie undergraduates

Feb 8, 2018

Simon Fraser University’s Beedie School of Business won a total of eight podium places in this year’s JDC West case competition. JDC West is Western Canada’s largest business case competition, hosting almost 600 undergraduate delegates from twelve of Western Canada’s leading post-secondary institutions. Delegates compete in a number of disciplines, including academics, debate and athletics. This year’s competition took place over the span of three days from January 12 to 14, 2018, at the University […]

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SFU Beedie student selected for entrepreneurial leadership initiative

Feb 2, 2018

Rachel Chase, an undergraduate student at Simon Fraser University’s Beedie School of Business, is among three SFU students to be selected for the 2018 cohort of The Next 36 a national initiative aimed at transforming Canada’s most promising post-secondary student innovators into leading entrepreneurs. Rachel was selected alongside Ardalan Benam,a recent MSc graduate from the School of Computing Science, and Nell Du,  an undergraduate in the School of Mechatronic Systems Engineering. With three students accepted, SFU has more students […]

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Technology Entrepreneurship@SFU Class of 2017 makes final presentations

Aug 24, 2017

In front of a sellout audience of 200 business experts, investors, instructors, students and alumni at the Westminster Savings Theatre at SFU’s Surrey Campus on August 3, students in the Technology Entrepreneurship@SFU (tech e@sfu) 2016/2017 cohort made their final presentations of the business ideas they have been developing over the past year. Tech e@SFU is a high-tech entrepreneurship program, funded by BCIC and the SpencerCreo Foundation, offering students hands-on training and support as they go […]

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Traction on Demand’s Greg Malpass presented with award at BASS Banquet

Feb 9, 2017

Beedie School of Business BBA alumnus and founder of Traction on Demand, Greg Malpass was one of three winners of Impact Awards at the 16th annual BASS Banquet.

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New student awards created with $500,000 gift from Beedie family

Nov 24, 2016

By Ian Bryce A $500,000 gift from Simon Fraser University alumnus Ryan Beedie will support 25 new undergraduate awards for students in SFU’s Beedie School of Business. The generous gift marks five years since he and his family bestowed $22 million—the largest gift in SFU’s history—to establish the Beedie School of Business. “This wonderful gift will strengthen SFU’s commitment to engage the world,” says SFU President Andrew Petter. “These awards benefit the innovators and entrepreneurs of tomorrow and […]

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Beedie students earn podium place at Eller ethics case competition

Oct 26, 2016

A team of Beedie School of Business undergraduate students took home the silver at the 14th annual Eller Collegiate Ethics Case Competition, held at the University of Arizona from October 20-22.

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Business and design combination yields Facebook job for BBA Taylor Ward

Oct 6, 2016

Taylor Ward’s student experience has been tailor-made for success.

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Sarah Lubik Q&A: Why entrepreneurship skills can be relied upon

Oct 5, 2016

In the second part of a two-part interview, SFU Director of Entrepreneurship Sarah Lubik talks about the path her new role has led her on, why  entrepreneurship skills are so important today, and why SFU’s approach to teaching entrepreneurship is both empowering and unique.

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Sarah Lubik Q&A: Why entrepreneurship skills can be relied upon

Oct 5, 2016

In the second part of a two-part interview, SFU Director of Entrepreneurship Sarah Lubik talks about the path her new role has led her on, why  entrepreneurship skills are so important today, and why SFU’s approach to teaching entrepreneurship is both empowering and unique.

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SFU launches new downtown graduate residences and innovation centre

Sep 27, 2016

  Simon Fraser University has opened the Charles Chang Innovation Centre, a new graduate student residence and innovation facility in downtown Vancouver.

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