Learn more about our alumni
Our alumni are well prepared to launch an entrepreneurial career; alumni commonly start and run their own companies, work for startups, act as consultants, find roles within the entrepreneurship ecosystem, or join larger companies in innovative roles.
Curiato, Entrepreneurship Minor '16 and MBET '17
Curiato is a health tech startup that is tackling the problem and developing smart products to prevent and manage pressure wounds.
Penta Medical, BET 300
Penta Medical is helping pro-athletes stay in the game.
Demine Robotics, MBET '17
Demine Robotics is building robots with a humanitarian mission.
MBET Alumni Profiles
Meet each year's graduating MBET class.
Featured Conrad School Alumni
Majik Systems, Michael Tatham and Kamal Aman (E Co-op, MBET)
MAJiK’s mission is to provide manufacturers with real-time information to Monitor, Analyze, and Optimize their operations. This is done through MAJiK’s proprietary IIOT software solution which seamlessly connects directly to capital equipment in plants. Keep up to date with Majik's success, including a recent expansion into the mining industry.
Vena Medical, Michael Phillips and Phillip Cooper (BETS Employers)
Vena Medical, which grew out of a Capstone Design project by Michael Phillips and Phillip Cooper when they were classmates in the mechanical engineering program, earned Health Canada approval earlier this year for hardware it calls the Vena Balloon Distal Access Catheter (BDAC).
Now the device has been used by surgeons at hospitals in London and Ottawa to remove blood clots and restore blood flow as quickly as possible for five patients.
1Mentor, Esteban Veintimilla (MBET '22)
“The goal behind 1Mentor is to help students understand what they need to land their first work experiences,” says Esteban Veintimilla (BMath ’18), CEO and co-founder of the company.
Advancing technologies, rapidly changing industries and the need for skill agility and transferability have made it challenging to continuously equip post-secondary students with the skills, knowledge and tools required by industry.
Clearpath Robotics, Matt Rendall (MBET '09)
“Robots take up a lot of space and so pretty soon, they were spilling out all over the place. We had some access to the robotics lab at the University; we had some space at the Accelerator Centre and we were using one of the founder’s basements,” says Rendall, chief executive officer of Clearpath Robotics, about how the company got started.
Now they're helping develop the software that will drive a rover on the moon.