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Join the Conrad School for this breakfast session as we celebrate Women in Entrepreneurship Day. Our early-morning fireside chat will include incredible women entrepreneurs working to improve health care for women. Hear what they're doing, learn about some of the challenges they face and what they see in store for the future.

Enjoy some coffee, breakfast and networking to start your day.

The Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology (MBET) program provides students with the opportunity to gain invaluable hands-on training in venture capital investing through the University of Waterloo's Student Venture Fund (SVF).

Not only do students gain real-world experience sourcing deals, conducting due diligence, and pitching investments, but they also have the opportunity to participate in a prestigious venture capital competition.

This year, full-time MBET student Hisham Ismail had the honour of representing the Conrad School of Entrepreneurship and Business at the annual Venture Capital Investment Competition (VCIC) hosted by UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. This marked the first time an MBET student had attended the competition, which draws top MBA talent from around the world!

Please join us for the Conrad Games and Blender Event on Friday, April 26 @ 12:00 PM!

As always, there will be FREE FOOD!

This event is a great opportunity for collisions between: 

  • MBET students from the Full-time and Part-time programs
  • Current and former E Co-op/BET300 students 
  • Early-stage ventures and potential mentors 
  • Graduate and undergraduate students in Conrad School programs 

RSVP by April 19th if you plan on attending.

Join us to celebrate 20 years of the Conrad School of Entrepreneurship and Business!

2022 marks both the 20th intake of an MBET class and the 20th anniversary of the Conrad School. 

The Conrad School has grown into a vibrant entrepreneurial community over the last 20 years. For 20 years, the Conrad School’s students and alumni have made an impact globally through their ventures, innovation and leadership. For 20 years, Howard Armitage, our Founding Director, has watched his vision for our school come to life and has now decided it is time to officially retire.