Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology (MBET) alumni

Our Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology (MBET) alumni are well prepared to launch an entrepreneurial career.

They 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 (MBET '17)

Curiato is developing smart products to prevent and manage pressure wounds.

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Demine Robotics (MBET '17)

Demine Robotics is successfully building robots with a humanitarian mission.

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Yvonne Osagie, (MBET '23)

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From a young age, Yvonne knew she wanted to pursue a masters because of her passion and love for learning.

“I love learning, and I recognize the fact that even outside of this degree, I'm probably always going to have some level of learning experience every single year.”

Alongside her full-time position, Yvonne completed her part-time grad studies in Waterloo’s Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology program. She originally planned on completing her MBA, but realized that the program wasn’t providing her with what she needed, which was something that could help her start her own business.

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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.

1Mentor, Esteban Veintimilla (MBET '22)

Clearpath Robotics, Matt Rendall (MBET '09)

RideCo, Prem Gururajan (MBET '04)