UBC’s recent Next 36 event featured an inspiring talk by UBC engineering grad Tagg Jefferson. Jefferson’s start-up, GridCure, was chosen as the ‘Next 36 Outstanding Venture’ this summer and was also featured in the Financial Post shortly after.
While Jefferson didn’t develop GridCure until after he graduated, he credits Sauder’s New Venture Design course for his foundational skills as an entrepreneur. Jefferson cited his time at UBC as a safe place to work on a new business while learning from an “incredible” team of mentors. Read the full article at Sauder School of Business website.