SEEC earns Readers’ Choice awards in Canadian HR Reporter poll
The Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) has been named a Readers’ Choic...
When designing a new marketing program for both in-class and online delivery, Professor Ajay K. Sirsi knew he and Instructional Designer Garima Gupta had to offer participants more than just the convenience of learning at home. For a course with a significant online component to be successful, it had to provide added value that would […]Posted on
Learn what the future of business looks like at our next SEEC Alumni breakfast event. “The Face of the Future: a look at what Alibaba does, does differently and what we can learn from them – a presentation by Alan Middleton, PhD, Guan Qi (Glan) Chen, MBA and Menglin (Mary) Bai, MA Econ. Find out […]Posted on
York Entrepreneurship Development Institute (YEDI) has been named a Designated Business Incubator for the Canadian government’s Start-Up Visa Program. This important milestone will enable YEDI to support international entrepreneurs looking to Canada as a new home for both themselves and their ventures. With this designation, YEDI aims to help many of York University’s international students […]Posted on
Food processing is one of the country’s largest manufacturing sectors and an essential channel for Canadian agricultural products. Yet the rising trade deficit is signalling deteriorating performance. The Canadian Agri-food Policy Institute has launched a research consortium to galvanize a new approach. CAPI is not only focused on the problems but how to move forward […]Posted on
Brynn Winegard, SEEC faculty member and instructor for the Factors for Success in Your Agri-Food Business, spoke on BNN TV in November 2015 describing opportunities for Canadian food processors to tap into the global market for food products. Winegard noted that Canada has an $8-billion trade deficit in processed food products, which it could reduce […]Posted on