The Creative Entrepreneur Program allows students to develop and refine their entrepreneurship skills.
Running from September 19 to October 29, the Creative Entrepreneurship Program (CEP) is a series of extracurricular activities carried out on a voluntary basis.
CEP allows creative entrepreneurs to improve the skills and abilities that can be used in their entrepreneurial activities.
The program includes the Bootcamp 2017, an event that takes place October 27–29, 2017 at LaSalle College.
Spread over an intensive weekend, the Bootcamp offers a series of activities focused on understanding the management tools that are used to start a business and succeed in business.
CEP’s mission is to provide a dynamic and creative learning environment where students can learn, develop and apply the skills and abilities needed to become imaginative and successful entrepreneurs.
Here are the workshops offered in the CEP:
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Business Management students presented their innovative business projects before a panel composed of industry personalities at the CEO2018 event.
Interview with Marc-André Larouche, teacher in the LaSalle College Computer Science Technology - Video Game program.
The dragon Alexandre Taillefer gave a talk about serial entrepreneurship at LaSalle College to raise money for the LCI Education Foundation.
On Saturday, February 24, gamers at the Montréal Joue Festival had the chance to play “Manoir”, a game developed by our students.