… Back in April, CYBF and TELUS announced a joint partnership to help young entrepreneurs soar to new heights with their businesses…
Last week CYBF (Canadian Youth Business Foundation)and Telus announced that “it is pleased to recognize eight young entrepreneurs and their businesses supported by TELUS’ contribution to CYBF.”
To date, CYBF has invested in more than 5,260 young entrepreneurs, whose businesses have created more than 20,800 new jobs.
InsurEye Inc, as one of CYBF entrepreneurships, has been chosen to benefit from TELUS’ support together with seven other businesses: Grassframe from Vancouver, Kamisand Media Group from Vancouver, Fine Line Homes from Okotoks (AB), 3twenty Solutions from Saskatoon, Anice Jewellery from Toronto, 3D Energy from Ottawa, andNumesco from Quebec.
“CYBF is delighted to partner with TELUS to help young entrepreneurs succeed while also driving a culture of youth entrepreneurship in Canada,” said Katrina White, Chief Strategy Officer, CYBF. “This partnership is instrumental in helping us provide the vital tools and support needed to prepare new generations of Canadian entrepreneurs to embrace the challenge involved in realizing their dreams of owning their own business.”
“At TELUS, we have a philosophy to “give where we live” and in this case, that means supporting the growth of entrepreneurial business in Canada,” said Jim Senko, vice-president of Small and Medium Business Marketing at TELUS. “CYBF is a very dynamic and effective organization, and TELUS is very pleased to be working with them to empower the next generation of business owners.”
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