You will have 15 minutes to ask an entrepreneur your burning questions. This event is offered in in collaboration with: Futurpreneur, La Jeune Chambre de Commerce de Montreal and the CEDEC who are helping to connect mentor-entrepreneurs of various fields with you. She worked with Montreal Black History Month, Montreal Black Film Festival, Kids Help Phone, Dîner en Blanc – Haiti, Sial Canada and other companies helping them achieving their marketing objectives.
From lemonade stands to dreams of inventing products, the desire to create has always been deeply rooted in her.
After studying business in college, she continued her education at Lasalle College International Fashion School and added event planning and fashion marketing to her profile.
Popup Camp a remporté en 2015 un prix « À go on change le monde » de la Caisse d’économie solidaire Desjardins et Esplanade, ainsi qu’un prix Philagora de la Fondation Bombardier..
Lamia Boucheneb Lamia Bouchene editor and founder of The Montreal Fashion Society The Montreal Fashion Society, a fashion, beauty and lifestyle blog which also offers personal shopping services.
It is only 5 months after the end of her BAC that she started the business, which defines her as a bit inexperienced, but very determined.
Tasha Deane Co-founder and Creative Director, Sociale Tasha’s passion for becoming an entrepreneur began at a very young age.
Sometimes all a future entrepreneur needs is a mentor and a nudge in the right direction.