LOI Unplugged

Building Resiliency as an Entrepreneur

November 13, 2018
6:00 pm
20 Camden Street, 2nd floor

The League of Innovators and Project Spaces are excited to present LOI Unplugged: Building Resiliency as an Entrepreneur.

Though it can be seen as glamorous, entrepreneurship is a journey with its many lows, and is most importantly, an exercise in exponential self-growth and resiliency.

So, how then, do we turn these lows into growth?

We invite you to find out!

Join us for an evening of thoughtful conversation from our esteemed panelists on the topic of fostering resiliency and overcoming challenges that could be unique to young entrepreneurs. This event will also give you insights into what the world of entrepreneurship could mean for you!

Come say hi to our League of Innovators’ Toronto Connectors & Entrepreneurs, and let us know how we can help you begin your entrepreneurial journey!

Panelists:
- Jaxson Khan, Head of Marketing at Nudge.ai
- Marsha Druker, Founder of Fuckup Nights Toronto + Kitchener-Waterloo
- Hamza Khan, Managing Director at Student Life Network
- Daniela Pico, Account Executive at Riipen and LOI Connector (Moderator)

Doors open at 6pm followed by LOI introductions and panel at 6:30pm.

League of Innovators
League of Innovators (LOI) is a national Canadian charity with a goal of building entrepreneurial acumen for youth aged 15 - 25, at scale. LOI is a suite of accessible programs and tools to provide youth educational experiences that shorten their path to success, empower their ability to be their own boss, and amplify their impact as future innovators and entrepreneurs.

This event is organized by Toronto LOI Connectors, a team of volunteers that are committed to building community and amplifying impact in youth innovation and entrepreneurship across Canada and beyond.

Check out the list of events organized by various Connector Hubs for Global Entrepreneurship Week here!

Project Spaces
Looking for a space to work? Project spaces provides open concept spaces for anyone looking to get down to business and hustle! Having 2 separate locations in downtown Toronto, Project Spaces is easily accessible to any entrepreneur, freelancer, or remote workers!