Jonathan Rivard, a Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology (MBET) graduate, is featured in The Globe and Mail for being a social entrepreneur with his startup, CANGO Consulting Inc. CANGO, a company that works to improve the performance of non-profit agencies in the Kitchener- Waterloo sector, was founded by Jonathan during his time in the MBET program.
It is incredibly exciting,” he says of his startup. “I’m 28, still in my prime and fresh out of [the MBET program],” he says. “This is my career and what I get to do for the rest of my life. It is exactly what I want to be doing and I couldn’t be happier.”
This is not the first time that CANGO has received recognition and achievements for their work. CANGO was recently named the winner of the “Best Social Profit” award by The Cord, Community Edition, and Jonathan was Conrad’s Entrepreneur of the Year in 2012.
Read the full article, Idealist? Universities have programs for you, in the Globe and Mail.