Cultivating Strategic Alliances is the subject of the next Growing Your Business seminar on May 19 at the Faculty Club, South Building at the University of Toronto Mississauga.
These monthly seminars are hosted by RIC Centre (Research Innovation Commercialization Centre) and the Ontario Centre for Environmental Technology Advancement (OCETA) and sponsored by the FRED Group.
Haridoss is affiliated with the University of Guelph, Business Development Office. He is also the sole proprietor of KRIYA Consulting focusing on a holistic approach to business value addition through research & technology matters. As an industry consultant he has helped SMEs and MNs in areas of new product development and patent portfolio alignment. Haridoss is a senior member of IEEE and Chairman for CSC/IEC 113 (Canadian Subcommittee for International Electrotechnical Commission) Nanotechnology Electrotechnical Products. He holds a Ph.D in Physics from I.I.T. Madras, India.
Andrew was formerly the Regulatory Compliance Manager with Wal-Mart Canada. At Wal-Mart Andrew was responsible for the Regulatory, Stewardship and Sustainability files, working closely with a range of industries and fellow retailers to enhance the compliance and sustainability of the organization. Prior to joining OTS as ED, Andrew was the Vice-President of Corporate Sustainability with the Delphi Group, an Ottawa-based consulting firm.
Ali is a software engineer from the University of Waterloo and started his career at Research in Motion (RIM). Ali decided to leave RIM and, in September 2007, launched Norfolk Canada Home Health, which was later incorporated and named Well.ca. Having experience with the pharmaceutical industry, Ali recognized an opportunity to give customers the convenience of shopping online for drugstore products. The company has grown from a small operation in his dad’s pharmacy to a sustainable business in the Hanlon Industrial Park in Guelph that now employs more than 40 people.
Don’t miss this opportunity to explore cultivating strategic alliances with these compelling business leaders.
Check in and breakfast will start promptly at 7:30 at the Faculty Club South Building at the University of Toronto Mississauga, 3359 Mississauga Road North.
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