On July 22, many Yukonstruct members joined the board for the organization’s annual general meeting. The AGM was a success, and we’d like to take a moment to thank and acknowledge our outgoing board members, and welcome a few new members!
Teresa Ward, owner of Grandma Treesaw’s Yukon Bannock and recent graduate of Yukonstruct Startup Bootcamp, has been invited by the Trade Commissioner Service’s British Columbia-Yukon office and Seattle office to participate in a pilot project.
Listen to Michel Duteau, Yukon entrepreneur and Cospace member, speaking about his entrepreneurial journey at NorthLight Innovation.
Meet the Makers is a series of interviews to help you get to know the people who are building our community. Josephine is our new Events Coordinator.
Local entrepreneurs and business owners are having a unique experience during this unprecedented time of COVID 19. Many of them have responded in fascinating and inspiring ways; applying the grit, creativity and courage inherent in starting your own business. We believe there is great value in seeing this through their lens.
We got to sit down with Wren Nicolardi of Rivers to Ridges, to hear the inspiring story of how Wren and her business partner, Emily Payne, created a space for young people to learn on the land. They are doing important and humbling work and we are grateful to get to share a little bit about the incredible contributions they are making to the Yukon.
You have an idea for a startup and you want to know if it is going to set you on the path to successful entrepreneurship. You believe in the idea and you know there’s work to be done to prove its validity. But you want to be sure the work you are doing is right.
We got to sit down with Scott Keesey and hear the inspiring story of how DiscoVelo came to be.
Join us, every other month, as local entrepreneurs share their hard-won start up successes and laugh out loud blunders. A useful conversation while enjoying a drink and appetizer at NorthLight Innovation. Powered by Marg & Rolf Hougen.
Last evening, our bi-monthly event featured the story of The Wayfarer Oyster House with Andrew Seymour and Eddie Rideout. Staying true to your vision was a recurring theme of the talk, other pearls of wisdom from the talk include:
On cofounders – “odd numbers are helpful.”
On your team – “Recruit an all star team and treat them well.”
On money – “Play within your means.”
If you would like to hear their story, you can watch it here: