Million Dollar Idea(s): Meet Michele Romanow, the ‘Dragons’ Den’ Disruptor with an Eye for Opportunity
Michele Romanow, "Dragon", CBC Dragons’ Den | Co-Founder, Clearbanc
Listed as the only Canadian on Forbes “Millennial on a Mission” list, Michele Romanow is a powerful force shaping the digital economy landscape.
By the age of 33, Michele has built four successful businesses that have impacted millions of digital users. Her business acumen and flair for innovation have landed her in circles with the world’s biggest moguls. Michele is the youngest resident judge to join CBC’s hit show “Dragon’s Den” and she recently shared a stage with Jack Ma of Alibaba in a panel discussion. Her advice is sought after as a Director on the boards of Vail Resorts, Shad Valley, Freshii, League of Innovators and BlockX.
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Join us on November 8th to meet a panel of trailblazing thinkers and change makers. These women are
building digital futures in vastly different industries, but share one thing in common: they have each
broken the male-dominated tech bubble to leverage innovative ideas and establish hugely successful
businesses, all at an impressively young age. Add to Cart
26th Annual RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards Gala
The annual RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards Gala is the premier event of the year. Nominees, applicants, finalists, judges and guests have the opportunity to celebrate Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards in style on November 21st at the Fairmont Royal York in Toronto.
After an elegant cocktail reception spent mingling with celebrity guests, dignitaries and past award winners, guests will move into the grand ballroom for a three course dinner, entertainment and the official Awards Show where the winners of six award categories will be announced live. Add to Cart
Top 25 Women of Influence Luncheon – Meet Canada’s Most Accomplished Role Models
Official Keynote Speaker: TBA
On December 10 we celebrate the 2018 Top 25 Women of Influence and offer an incredible opportunity to meet Canada's Most Accomplished Role Models.
These women represent a variety of sectors, career stages, and contributions to women’s advancement. Their unique accomplishments are impossible to compare against each other, which is why the Top 25 is designed as a celebration rather than a ranking. Community is more important than competition. Add to Cart