Through the Eyes of an Intern: Economics of Entrepreneurship

Jul 06, 2017

Reza Satchu is the Founding Chairman of NEXT Canada. With substantial experience as an entrepreneur and investor, he has received Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 Award and is a member of the Canadian Advisory Board to the Harvard Business School. He has co-founded and operated multiple businesses from inception, including: SupplierMarket, a supply chain software company backed by Sequoia Capital and sold to Ariba for $925 milion; StorageNow, Canada’s second largest self-storage company prior to being sold to InStorage REIT; and KGS-Alpha Capital Markets, a fixed-income broker dealer with over $5 billion of assets. Previously, he has served as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Toronto, where he taught Economics of Entrepreneurship, a course that was rated by students as the best learning experience for many years. Today, he volunteers his time at NEXT Canada teaching his course to young entrepreneurs.

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