“SHARPEN YOUR AXETM” SERIES
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Believing in the work that the Loran Scholars Foundation does through its exceptional scholars, we at the Bigwin Group started a crowdfunding campaign, called ‘Changing the World with Extraordinary Character’ – Scholarship for young leaders who aspire to make a difference in the world.
We are very happy to announce that with the generous donations of more than 30 individuals we we reached our goal of $5000.00.
The Bigwin Group is excited to introduce you to our crowdfunding initiative, ‘Changing the World with Extraordinary Character’– Scholarships for young leaders who aspire to make a difference in the world.
As part of our work to give back to the community, we at the Bigwin Group have taken on the challenge of raising $5000.00 for the Loran Scholars Foundation. It will be used to support young Canadian leaders of character through scholarship.
Recognizing that academic performance alone is not the best indicator of future value to the community, the Loran Scholars Foundation provides the premier, independent undergraduate scholarship program for Canadian students who demonstrate leadership potential, character and a commitment to serving others.
Please click on the link above for more information and join us in supporting a worthy cause today!
Thank you for your support,
Nanda & the Bigwin Team
“Innovation is often about provocation,” says Hart Hillman, moderator of the “Sharpen Your AxeTM” series and founder of the Bigwin Group Inc., an executive search and talent management group in Toronto with 21 affiliate offices globally. On September 11, 2015, the Bigwin Group hosted a panel discussion about ‘Innovation and Mobility in FinTech’ at the MaRS Discovery District with top executives from Google Canada, PayPal, Tangerine Bank, TD Bank and the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance
Mobile is getting to a stage of ‘ubiquity,’ notes Alexander Peh, Head of Market Development and Mobile at PayPal Canada. “The barriers to entry from consumers, hardware manufacturers, software manufacturers etc., have dropped down dramatically. Everyone has got them [technological devices, such as cell phones, laptops etc.] and customer expectations are getting higher and higher.”