Conrad in the media
Conrad faculty member Margaret Dalziel was featured in the Financial Post in an article about the report of an expert panel she chaired.
BET 420 student Zied Etleb was featured in a news article by St. Paul's University College.
Karin Schmidlin, lead designer of Conrad's Jamii virtual incubator, was featured on the Adobe Creative Cloud blog.
Ritual, a company co-founded by MBET alumnus Ray Reddy, was featured in the Globe and Mail.
MBET alumni Ali Esmail and Vejey Gandier, co-founders of PopRx, were featured in BetaKit.
Karin Schmidlin, lead designer of Conrad's Jamii virtual incubator, was featured in Waterloo Stories.
E Co-op students Alex Rodrigues and Michael Skupien, co-founders of Varden Labs, were featured in Cantech Letter.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall was featured in Electronics Products and Technology Magazine and the Waterloo Region Record. The company he co-founded, Clearpath Robotics, was also named one of Canada's top 15 most innovative companies by Canadian Business.
Conrad faculty member David Rose and E Co-op alumnus Richard Yim were interviewed on CTV Kitchener.
E Co-op alumni Richard Yim, Christian Lee, Ming Hu, Justin Elisen, Ali Sharif, David Qin, Sonny Tsai, Ricky Rong, and Tsun Yin Lip were featured in a Waterloo News story about the Norman Esch Entrepreneurship Awards.
E Co-op alumni Sankarshan Mudkavi, Tobias Gu, Richard Yim, Christian Lee, Ming Hu, and BET 300 alumnus Matt McRoberts were featured in a Waterloo News story about the Velocity Fund Finals.
E Co-op alumnus Richard Yim was featured in the Waterloo Region Record.
Conrad faculty member Margaret Dalziel was cited in an article in Research Money.
Conrad's Jamii virtual incubator was featured in IT News Africa.
E Co-op alumnus Muni Abdurrahman was featured in the Daily Bulletin.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall was featured in the Waterloo Region Record.
E Co-op alumnus Pablo Eder was featured in the Velocity News.
Conrad Centre benefactor Manfred Conrad featured in the Waterloo News for his appointment as Chancellor of Renison University College.
MBET alumnus Craig Haney was featured in ITbusiness.ca.
MBET alumni Ramzi Samara and Sen Sachithanantham were featured in Forbes Middle East.
Clearpath Robotics, co-founded by MBET alumnus Matt Rendall, was featured by CB Insights as one of the top 13 early-stage ventures to watch in Canada.
BET 300 alumni Rachel Friesen, Amr Abdelgawad, and Youssef Helwa were featured in a news article by Waterloo Science about their recent wins in the Global Student Entrepreneur Award competition.
MBET alumnus Ray Reddy was featured in the Globe and Mail.
Conrad professor Nada Basir contributed a blog post to the Waterloo WIMin Conference blog.
E Co-op alumni Daniel MacKenzie and Ryan Marchewka along with BET 300 alumnus Matt Lavrisa were featured in a Waterloo Region Record article.
BET 300 alumnae Rachel Friesen, co-founder of EyeCheck, and Alexa Roeper, founder of Penta Medical, were featured in Waterloo Stories.
E Co-op alumnus Desmond Choi, co-founder of SparkGig, was featured in BetaKit.
MBET alumnus Jim Robeson, co-founder of PiinPoint, was featured in PanAmerican World.
Many Conrad students and alumni were featured in the Waterloo Region Record's Technology Spotlight.
BET 300 alumna Rachel Pautler, co-founder of Suncayr, was featured in the Globe and Mail.
E Co-op alumnus Bjorn Dawson, co-founder of Grobo, was featured in the Globe and Mail.
Conrad professor Marc Hurwitz contributed expertise on followership in the Wall Street Journal.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall's company, Clearpath Robotics, was featured in Cantech Letter.
MBET alumnus Jim Robeson's company, Piinpoint, was featured in the Globe and Mail.
Three companies founded by BET 300 and E Co-op alumni were named to the Kairos Society's list of top 50 global entrepreneurs.
MBET alumnus Jim Robeson was featured in the Communitech News.
MBET alumnus Andrew White's company, CHAR Technologies Inc., was featured in PE Hub.
E Co-op alumni Laura Austin and Beth Nenniger were featured in an Inc.com article about entrepreneurial success.
E Co-op alumni Aleks Poldma and Spencer Kelly of Hydrated World were featured the Waterloo Region Record.
MBET alumnus Sunny Verma, founder of TutorBright, was interviewed on Global TV's The Morning Show.
BET 300 alumni Rachel Pautler, Chad Sweeting, Derek Jouppi, and Andrew Martinko, co-founders of Suncayr, were finalists in Tech.co's International Startup of the Year competition.
BET 300 alumni Rachel Pautler of Suncayr was featured on Communitech News' We Built This series.
BET 300 alumni Renishaka Kamal and Alexa Roeper, and E Co-op alumna Bonnie Cheung, were featured in a BetaKit article about Women Entrepreneurship Bootcamp.
MBET alumni company Clearpath Robotics was featured in Entrepreneur.com.
E Co-op and BET 300 alumnus Bjorn Dawson was featured in UW Imprint.
Conrad faculty member Marc Hurwitz was featured in the Globe and Mail.
E Co-op and BET 300 alumni Michael Skupien and Alex Rodrigues were interviewed on CTV News Calgary.
E Co-op and BET 300 alumna Rachel Pautler was featured in a Globe and Mail article about Kitchener-Waterloo's startup ecosystem.
E Co-op company Boogaloo Bunks was featured on the Waterloo alumni blog (Caleb Polley).
BET 300 and BET 320 alumnus Benny Hua was featured by St. Paul's GreenHouse for his company, Node.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall's company, Clearpath Robotics, expanded their offices to Silicon Valley, as reported by the Waterloo Region Record.
E Co-op and BET 300 alumni Rachel Pautler, Derek Jouppi, Chad Sweeting and Andrew Martinko were profiled by Fortune, for their startup Suncayr.
E Co-op alumnus Pablo Eder, founder of LaniLabs, was interviewed on the Tech Startup Podcast.
BET 300 alumnus Calvin Chu's company Palette was featured in Canadian Business.
Entrepreneurship Option in Engineering alumna Emily Peat was featured in Waterloo Stories.
E Co-op and BET 300 alumni Beth Nenniger and Laura Austin were featured in a TechVibes article about their startup, DraftingSPACE.
E Co-op and BET300 alumni Beth Nenniger and Laura Austin's company DraftingSPACE was acquired by Vancouver startup BuildDirect, as reported by TechVibes.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall was featured in the Waterloo Region Record as a finalist in BDC's Young Entrepreneur Award.
Conrad faculty member Marc Hurwitz was featured in Waterloo Stories.
E Co-op and BET 300 alumnus Caleb Polley and his company Boogaloo Bunks was featured by Waterloo Arts.
E Co-op and BET 300 alumna Victoria Stacey was featured in Waterloo Stories.
MBET alumnus Andrew White's company CHAR Technologies was awarded a $750,000 investment from the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario.
E Co-op alumna Mavis Chan was profiled by St. Paul's GreenHouse for her social venture, whyVOTE.
E Co-op and BET 300 alumna Rachel Pautler was featured in UW Imprint.
Conrad lecturer Tim Jackson was profiled in the Waterloo Region Record upon his appointment as lead executive of the MaRS Centre for Impact Investing.
MBET alumnus Craig Haney was featured in Communitech News for his role in the opening of the Canadian Tire Digital Garage.
E Co-op alumna Prianka Siva was featured by St. Paul's GreenHouse for her social venture IDEASPACE.
Conrad faculty Wayne Chang and E Co-op alumnus Duleek Ranatunga were featured in Waterloo Stories.
Eight Conrad startups including MAJiK Systems, Suncayr, Vitameter, and Grobo, were featured in a BetaKit article about a Toronto pitch competition.
E Co-op alumnus Aleks Poldma were interviewed in a Globe and Mail article about small business tax issues.
Conrad faculty member Marc Hurwitz was interviewed on CBC Radio The Morning Edition about his book, Leadership is Half the Story: A Fresh Look at Followership, Leadership and Collaboration.
E Co-op alumnus Andrew Andrade was profiled in Waterloo Stories after being named National Co-op Student of the Year by the Canadian Association for Co-operative Education, for his successful Enterprise Co-op term building PetroPredict.
Many members of the Conrad community, including Conrad lecturers Wayne Chang and Kevin Hood, were included in Cybernorth Ventures' list of the 55 Rock Stars of Waterloo.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall's company Clearpath Robotics was featured in Communitech News after raising $14M in Series A funding.
E Co-op alumnus Desmond Choi was featured in the UW Imprint.
BET 300 alumni company Chalk.com was featured on Inc.com's list of the Coolest College Startups of 2015.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall's company Clearpath Robotics was featured in the Globe and Mail.
E Co-op alumnus Mark Kryshtalskyj was featured in the Natural Step.
MBET alumnus Ignacio Mongrell was featured in Uruguayan newspaper El Observador for his startup, Apartmint.
E Co-op alumni Mark Kryshtalskyj and Michael Reid were featured in Waterloo Stories after being selected as members of the 2015 Next 36 program.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall shares Clearpath Robotics' story with the Globe and Mail.
BET 300 alumni Shiva Bhardwaj and Yashin Shah were featured in the Waterloo Region Record for their product ShockLock.
E Co-op alumni Aleks Poldma and Spencer Kelly were featured in Alternatives Journal for their social enterprise Hydrated World.
MBET alumnus Alireza Oliazadeh and his company Reno Charge were featured in the Waterloo Region Record.
BET 300 alumnus Calvin Chu spoke about his company Palette, on CBC Radio Spark.
MBET alumni Duncan McDowell and Joshua Wright's company Blitzen was featured in TechVibes for representing Canada at the Startup Nations Summit in Seoul, Korea.
MBET alumna Margaret Cichosz was featured in the Windsor Star for her company, Apartmint.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall makes Business Insider's 40 Under 40: People to Watch in 2015.
E Co-op and BET 300 alumnus Douglas Lusted's company Linkett won a Digi Award for Startup of the Year.
MBET alumna Margaret Cichosz was featured in the Waterloo Chronicle for her company, Apartmint.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall's company Clearpath Robotics was announced a winner of the 2014 Canada's Passion Capitalist Award.
E Co-op alumnus James MacLean's company Vitameter was featured in Waterloo Stories.
MBET alumnus Ali Esmail's company Koronis Health Inc. was featured in the Winnipeg Free Press upon the announcement of investment from the CatchFire Group.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall's company Clearpath Robotics was announced a winner of the 2014 Game Changer Awards for Kingfisher unmanned surface vessel, at RoboBusiness- a leading business development event for the global robotics market.
MBET alumna Margaret Cichosz was featured in Communitech News for her company, Apartmint.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall's company Clearpath Robotics released their fastest, most rugged robot: Jackal UGV.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall's company Clearpath Robotics was named the winner of the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Company, in the category of Manufacturing, in The 11th Annual International Business Awards.
E Co-op alumnus Andrew Andrade was third-place winner of the 2014 Canadian Regional SPE Student Paper Contest, in the Combined Undergraduate and Master's Division.
E Co-op alumnus Mark Kryshtalskyj was featured in the UW Imprint.
E Co-op alumnus Kevin Rotsaert was featured in the Fiji Sun for the success and expansion of Skyward Industries Ltd.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall's company Clearpath Robotics won a Silver Stevie Award in the 2014 International Business Awards.
E Co-op and BET 300 alumni Ian Roberts and Patrick Hannigan were featured in TechCrunch for their Y Combinator-backed startup, TicketLabs.
BET 300 alumni Pablo Eder (pg. 6-7) and Victoria Stacey (pg. 8) were featured in Inside sCo-op.
E Co-op alumnus Mark Kryshtalskyj, founder of Rockstar Cafe, was interviewed on the Tech Startup Podcast.
Homefed, co-founded by James Mclean and MBET alumni Steven Wang and Vishnu Varadaraj, was featured in Toronto Star along with BET 300 alumna Jessa Molyneux.
E Co-op student & BET 300 alumnus Caleb Polley's company Boogaloo Bunks was highlighted in the Financial Post.
E Co-op & BET 300 alumna Emily Peat featured by Communitech, delivering organic food to the Communitech Hub.
E Co-op & BET 300 alumni Victoria Suen and Carrie Cheng were featured on the Waterloo alumni website.
MBET alumnus Jim Robeson and his company PiinPoint were featured by TechRepublic.
Adam Saunders was featured as an alumnus of the Faculty of Environment and spoke about co-founding PiinPoint with MBET alumnus Jim Robeson.
Professor Wayne Chang wrote for the Alumni blog to showcase MBET alumnus John Zupancic, who is a regular guest speaker in BET 300.
Waterloo Stories highlighted E Co-op company PetroPredict in a feature story on co-founder Dominic Toselli. (Andrew Andrade)
Waterloo Arts highlighted E Co-op company POET and co-founder Matt Neill for winning an award at Toronto Digifest 2014. (Chase Denomme)
MBET alumna Camelia Nunez won a $50,000 Social Entrepreneurship Fellowship grant from SSHRC and OCE.
Conrad Centre founder Howard Armitage won the Entrepreneurship Educator of the Year Award for Ontario from Startup Canada. It was also announced on BetaKit, Waterloo Stories, and the Waterloo alumni e-newsletter.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall featured on the cover of Exchange Magazine, in which he talks about Clearpath Robotics, the University of Waterloo, and the Region (full story on pg. 16).
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall and BET 300 alumnus Calvin Chu were featured in Waterloo Magazine for a story on hardware companies.
Matt Rendall and Clearpath Robotics were also highlighted in a related article in Waterloo Stories.
MBET student Dr. Femi Giwa was featured in Waterloo Magazine for competing for the 2014 Hult Prize.
MBET students Saleem Ahmad and Azimuddin Saiyed were featured in the photo gallery of Waterloo teams.
E Co-op company PetroPredict won OCE's Elevator Pitch Competition and the David McFadden Energy Entrepreneur challenge at OCE Discovery. Founders Dominic Toselli and Andrew Andrade were featured in Waterloo Engineering's newsletter for their success.
E Co-op and BET 300 alumna Emily Peat, E Co-op student Mark Kryshtalskyj, and BET 300 student Hannah Furlong were interviewed for an article in Imprint on social entrepreneurship.
London Community News announced the partnership between Eat Green Organics and EcoPlace Organics, E Co-op and BET 300 alumna Emily Peat's company.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall's company Clearpath Robotics selected to participate in C100's 48 Hours in the Valley program, reported Techvibes.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall was interviewed for TELUS' blog about the customer-centric approach of his company, Clearpath Robotics.
E Co-op student Kevin Rotsaert and his company, Skyward Industries, were featured in The Fiji Times to announce 3D mapping capability.
BET 300 alumna Renish Kamalanathan was featured in the Alumni blog.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall shared his journey with Clearpath Robotics and lessons learned in BDC's Profits (full story on pg. 16).
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall shared his story of starting Clearpath Robotics at the Waterloo Innovation Summit.
Waterloo Stories featured MBET student Saleem Ahmad who competed in the Rice Business Plan Competition.
BET 300 and E Co-op alumni Aleks Poldma and Spencer Kelly, founders of Hydrated World featured on Waterloo Stories.
BET 300 alumnus Calvin Chu and company Palette featured on Waterloo Stories.
Professor Wayne Chang wrote for the Alumni blog to showcase MBET alumna Margaret Cichosz, who is a regular guest speaker in BET 300.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall's company Clearpath Robotics featured in 20/20 Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters' Magazine.
4 innovations you didn’t know were Canadian featuring Clearpath Robotics' Grizzly RUV (MBET alumnus Matt Rendall).
MBET alumni Margaret Cichosz, Ignacio Mongrell and Davy Chiu featured on BetaKit with their startup Apartmint.
MBET alumnus Jonathan Rivard featured in Exchange Magazine with his company CANGO, for their Nonprofit Innovation Grant with GKWCC.
Ohzone, founded by MBET students Hussam Ayyad and Mrinay Nair, in Google-backed Toronto NEXT Pre-Accelerator program, is listed in Techvibes coverage.
MBET students Dr. Ali Esmail and Vejey Gandier's startup Koronis and product Medlinx were mentioned in Winnipeg Free Press for pitching to a startup seed fund in Manitoba.
Velocity Fund Finalists were featured in Canadian Manufacturing, including six companies with teams that include Conrad alumni.
Clearpath Robotics featured on IEEE Spectrum for their support of humanitarian research. (Matt Rendall)
MBET alumna Camelia Nunez featured by Waterloo Arts for her Milao Language app.
E Co-op and BET 300 student Ronuk Raval's company Encircle was featured on Lifehacker.
Hydrated World won $10K in marketing services in the Stryve Group Social Media Startup Showdown. (Aleks Poldma & Spencer Kelly)
Dr. Ali Esmail, and his product Medlinx featured on Waterloo Stories.
E Co-op and BET 300 alumnus Douglas Lusted named in Forbes Top 30 Under 30, for his startup Weston Expressions and marketing product, Linkett. The story was also carried by BetaKit and The University of Waterloo.
E Co-op alumna Lindsay Kroes featured in the Inside sCo-op for her E Co-op experience publishing a book and starting her company, Recollections Publications.
The Faculty of Engineering ran a story on BET 300 alumnus Calvin Chu and his success with his startup, Palette.
E Co-op alumni Michael Tatham and Kamal Aman's company, MAJiK Systems, was featured in industry magazine FFJournal.
Velocity news featured MBET alumnus Jim Robeson for Piinpoint, and BET 300, 400 and E Co-op aumnus Danny Yaroslavski for his startup LightBot, for winning $25,000 in the Velocity Fund Finals.
Conrad Advisory Council Chair, Murray Gamble, won The Record Barnraiser award.
E Co-op and BET 300 alumnus Douglas Lusted wrote a featured article for Marketing Magnified, as CEO of Weston Expressions.
E Co-op and BET 300 alumnus Douglas Lusted's product Linkett named as a top trend for restaurants to watch in 2014.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall and his company Clearpath Robotics featured in The Record.
MBET student Femi Giwa featured on Waterloo Stories and the university's landing page for the launch of Global Entrepreneurship Week.
MBET alumna Camelia Nunez featured in Waterloo Stories for her Milao Language app and the funding she received for it.
Conrad Centre Founder Howard Armitage featured in Imprint for his appointment as Special Advisor to the President, Entrepreneurship.
MBET alumnus Jonathan Rivard featured in the Globe and Mail Canadian University Report 2014 for being a social entrepreneur.
MBET alumnus Jonathan Rivard featured in Exchange Magazine to speak about youth unemployment.
PRiSM quoted MBET alumnus Matt Rendall and featured his University of Waterloo story and his company, Clearpath Robotics.
E Co-op and BET 300 alumnus Doug Lusted was interviewed in Business News Daily.
MBET Practicum project 2G Robotics helped upright the Costa Concordia ship.
MBET Practicum project Planboard placed second in the Lee Kuan Yew Global Business Plan Competition.
MBET student and former Blackberry employee Odeyemi Adaran featured on CBC news.
MBET alumna Melissa Upjohn named in Marketing Magazine's 30 Under 30.
E Co-op alumna Lindsay Kroes featured by the Stratford Beacon Herald for the launch of her book, Gather by the Avon.
BetaKit reported on JumpStart funding winners, including Milao Language, a student-led practicum project from MBET alumna Camelia Nunez.
Weston Expressions, a company and product created by E Co-op and BET 300 alumnus Douglas Lusted, and product Linkett featured on MarketWatch.
Clearpath Robotics featured in Techvibes for various products and achievements. (Matt Rendall)
Emily Peat, E Co-op alumna, featured in the Globe and Mail among other aspiring entrepreneurs from London, Ontario.
MappedIn, a company whose founders Hongwei Liu and Leander Lee are E Co-op alumni featured in the Financial Post after pitching on CBC’s Dragon’s Den. The story was also carried by The Record, and Imprint.
Conrad faculty member Mark Weber quoted in the Washington Post for research in dishonesty in hiring interviews.
E Co-op alumna Emily Peat won the Nicol Entrepreneurial Award for her company EcoPlace Organics.
Emily Peat won the OCE Social Enterprise Student Competition for EcoPlace Organics.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall's company Clearpath Robotics was named as a finalist in the Edison Awards.
Conrad faculty member Harvir Bansal interviewed for the Globe and Mail, on business and social media.
MBET alumnus Matt Rendall's company Clearpath Robotics received over $200,000 in federal funding.
MBET practicum project Buffer Box was acquired by Google.