Are you a small- or medium-sized business or not-for-profit in the Ottawa area? Have you been struggling amidst COVID-related constraints, including distancing guidelines, health concerns and shifting consumer priorities?
Students and faculty in Carleton’s Sprott School of Business want to help—through this crisis and beyond.
Through Sprott’s new Crisis Management and Recovery (CMR) program, teams of trained students (working under the supervision of experienced faculty) will provide companies with consulting services and advice on how to manage through the immediate crisis and formulate a plan to recover and maintain their business for the future.
Join us on May 25 for a panel discussion and Q&A on the CMR program, including an overview of the initiative, its intended impacts and how it can help your organization thrive.
This informative panel discussion will be moderated by Andrew Webb, one of the key faculty supervisors in the CMR program.
- Rodney Nelson, instructor and faculty supervisor in the CMR program;
- Erik Steiner, Carleton student, who will speak about the value Sprott students can bring to your business; and
- Emily Jones Joanisse, co-founder and CEO of Connected Canadians, who will speak about her organization’s involvement in the program.
- Date: Monday, May 25
- Time: 12:00-1:00 pm (EST)
- Location: virtually via Zoom (the Zoom link will be sent to registrants on the morning of the event)
- Registration: click here to register
For more information about the CMR program and to get involved, please click here.