From a conversation with a top cleantech entrepreneur to a talk on how to prepare for rising inflation, the March calendar has online events for everyone in the tech community.
Here are the tech events you need to know about for March.
Last November, MaRS announced the winner of the $1-million Women in Cleantech Challenge. At the next MaRS Mornings, Amanda Hall, CEO of Summit Nanotech, will join us for a special International Women’s Day edition of our monthly series that celebrates creative founders in the innovation community. Hall and Dr. Zayna Khayat, vice president of client success and growth at Teladoc Health will discuss some of the most pressing topics facing women in tech today, and share their experiences navigating sectors traditionally dominated by men. March 15, online
This March 8, BDC and MaRS invite you to an inspiring panel discussion celebrating International Women’s Day and the Canadian innovation economy. The event features Michelle Scarborough; Joelle Chartrand, co-founder and vice president of culture, RenoRun; Erin Stephenson, co-founder, COO and CMO, Dozr; and Lauren Lake, co-founder and COO Bridgit. The women entrepreneurs will talk about their personal journeys, while also covering what it takes to innovate, grow and expand outside Canada. March 8, online
Technology businesses and startups have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic. And now, as the Bank of Canada predicts rising inflation, it’s vital for business leaders to prepare and plan for the change in the market. To prepare your company, join MaRS and RSM Canada for a virtual event with leading economists and innovation-sector advisors. Topics to be covered include macroeconomic perspectives on the current and future state of the market due to the rise in inflation; the specific impact of inflation for startups and technology companies; and how to prepare and adapt strategic planning for the future depending on the market. March 8, online
With more than 600 ventures launched in the past decade, U of T is the number one university for research-based startups. To celebrate its entrepreneurial community, U of T is hosting its annual Entrepreneurship Week from March 7 to 10. Join for a week of startup pitch competitions, expos and speaker series, and learn about the impact that innovation and startup activity can have on our economy, our health and the planet. March 7-10, online
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