From the Windsor Star
The next generation of Windsor-Essex business leaders gathered Wednesday at an Entrepreneurial Summit to see first-hand how it’s done.
About 60 students from Assumption High School met for seminars at the Downtown Accelerator with half a dozen successful entrepreneurs, including keynote speaker Andrew Tepperman, president of Tepperman’s.
The success of the summit with high school students left Jeremy Bracken, department head for business at Assumption, optimistic about local entrepreneurship.
“This generation (has) a series of tools and resources that we never had,” Bracken said. “They can grab ideas and interact with people from around the world and find niches that never existed before.”
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