Summer 2014


Scorned within organizations and consumed by misguided goals, modern marketers are suffering a crisis of confidence.
What started as a blog has morphed into a slick print magazine showcasing original business writings by QSB’s Commerce students.
Lessons learned by founders of new ventures led by three QSB alumni.


Nik Nanos has his fingers on the pulse of North Americans, gauging their views on a wide range of topics. Canada’s top opinion pollster has made uncannily accurate predictions, especially on election outcomes. Getting to the top of his field was one result he didn’t predict.
Saundra Shapiro, EMBA’01, has built a thriving business in Calgary, one that’s about to go national. But her ultimate goal is to close its doors, forever.
Jeff Gallant and Kyle MacDonald have joined forces to launch Capitalize for Kids, an investor conference bringing together North America’s savviest investors in support of Toronto’s SickKids hospital.

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