Global Entrepreneurship Week
Your innovative ideas can make an impact in the world
November 8–14, 2021
Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) is a collection of activities, competitions and events aimed at making it easier for anyone, anywhere to start and scale, or grow, a company. This November, GEW 2021 is rallying almost every nation in the world to empower their entrepreneurs and encourage their citizens to find new and better ways of doing things. GEW 2021 is a call to action for all societies to come together and leverage the power of new ideas and innovation for the benefit of all.
Many Faculties, departments and clubs across campus are coming together to celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week in our community. Check out opportunities to learn more, get involved and start your innovation journey.
Global Entrepreneurship Week partners
- DeGroote School Business
- Faculty of Engineering
- International Affairs
- McMaster Industry Liaison Office
- MGD Health Innovation, Commercialization & Entrepreneurship
- Student Affairs
- Student Success Centre
- The Clinic @ Mac
- The Forge
Join the conversation
Use hashtags #GEW2021, #IAmAnEntrepreneur and #IAmAnInnovator on social media to get involved and contribute to the conversation around global entrepreneurship.
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