clearpath is different

Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology (MBET) alumnus Matt Rendall launched his startup company Clearpath Robotics during his time at the Conrad Centre. He continues to keep the company’s entrepreneurial spirit alive by hiring fellow MBET graduates.

Students that graduate with an MBET understand more about what it takes to start a business, what types of problems a young business might experience, and the ‘startup’ mentality that is required.” Matt Rendall, Co-founder and CEO, Clearpath Robotics.

Clearpath Robotics is the leading employer of MBET graduates. We have reached out to each alumnus and asked them how obtaining an MBET and working at Clearpath has helped them to reach their career goals. Learn how MBET prepared Matt Rendall, Meghan Hennessey, Blyth Gill, and Adam Gryfe for their roles in this thriving startup!

claerpath robot

Blyth Gill preparing the Kingfisher unmanned surface vessel for a bathymetric survey at Barrick Gold Tailings Pond in Timmins, Ontario.



The success story of Clearpath Robotics showcases the entrepreneurial drive and spirit that MBET aims to foster in each and every student. Clearpath's story is one to be celebrated. We at the Conrad Centre know that there are many more success stories to be written about this exciting startup -- so stay tuned!

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Meghan Hennessey, Blyth Gill, and Adam Gryfe at an MBET alumni event.              

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