Vijay Govindarajan Book Request

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We hope you enjoyed the fireside chat with Vijay Govindarajan and meeting other like-minded people in Alberta’s Startup Community.

We encourage you to return for the roundtable session on Friday, May 21st, when participants will break into groups and discuss how content from the fireside chat and the book can be applied to Alberta’s startup community and tech ecosystem.

To continue the building of cross-province and cross-sector relationships in Alberta, please consider saying yes to the two questions below that give us permission to:

  • Add you to an upcoming mentor page for Alberta’s startups and scaleups
  • Share your email address and cell phone number with a fellow participant from Alberta who also requests a copy of Cory’s  book

Complete the form at the bottom of this page to request a free copy of Vijay Govindarajan’s book that offers a compelling framework for driving innovation while delivering current goals, without the constraints of past successes and failures.

Founder Fridays are a collaboration by 150 Startups, Bow Valley College, Futurpreneur, Rainforest Alberta the VMSA and is made possible by the generous support of RBC, The Hunter Family Foundation, Bow Valley College, Calgary Innovation Coalition,  RINSA and Women Entrepreneurs in STEM.

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    Those who give us permission will have a mentor profile added to a publicly available list of startup mentors that can be filtered by location, training, expertise and industry.
    To create cross-province/cross-sector connections of like-minded people in Alberta we want to connect you with one other person to share projects/challenges and resources.
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