Innovating together: Connecting as a global organization

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While Canada is a hub for creative potential and innovation, we're also known for exporting our best business ideas. Is there more to that story? What will it mean for all companies to become more 'global' in the future?

For Global Ivey Day 2021, we're joined by Michael Tamblyn, EMBA ‘08, CEO of Rakuten Kobo, Fenton Jagdeo, HBA ‘16, Co-Founder of Faculty, and Nicole Haggerty, HBA ’89, PhD ‘04, Associate Professor at Ivey Business School. Together our panel examines the phenomenon of 'being global,' and what it really means for Canadian innovation to scale up on the global market.

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