For Brock students
Brock can introduce to you a range of services connected with the process of innovation, the commercialisation of technology and the formation of new ventures. If you are interested in entrepreneurship, or you have a business idea and would like some help, contact us.
The Brock student business plan competition is called Blueprint. In addition to the chance to win cash to help get your business going, Blueprint provides a framework for developing your business or business idea. Current Blueprint and other student ventures can be found here.
Some students we have worked with and their projects:
Rakesh Mehra (Oenology and Viticulture, class of ‘07)
Rakesh has started the business of selling sparkling wine on tap.
Wasi Kahn (Goodman School of Business, class of ‘07)
Wasi led a team of students, writing a business plan for a new production method for pharmaceuticals.
David D’Angelo (General Studies, class of ‘12)
David has started Trivium Industries, based in Welland, developing a new biodegradable packaging material.
Other useful resources for University affiliated entrepreneurship include: