Anais B and Viviane B on the Top of Cypress Mountain
Like Grenoble, Vancouver is surrounded by splendid mountains named Grouse Mountain, Cypress Mountain and Mount Seymour. If you are choosing among several winter activities such as snow tubing or skiing, snowshoeing is definitely a very nice way to enjoy the Canadian landscapes! It’s economical and gives a way to admire the sun passing through the conifers.
You can read below the little story of our first snowshoeing session on a sunny day! But snowshoeing is also enjoyable on a normal rainy day because it’s snowing in the mountains: we did it again with other students of the GEM Program in Whistler (the famous ski station which welcomed the Olympic Games in 2010) and we felt like entering the enchanting world of Narnia!
On the last day of the SFU-GEM Business week, we went to the North of Seattle to
visit an accelerator called « Techstars ». If this name sounds quite familiar to you this must be because it is the one that supported UBER in its early development. The company is located at the top of the stairs, overlooking the area between the University District and the bay, and is located on the second floor of 1100 NE Campus Parkway. Continue reading →
The NYC transcontinental class had the amazing opportunity to hear Charlotte Panchot, a project manager from Société Générale Corporate and Investment Banking, speak at Pace University. She spoke to us specifically about Société Générale in the United States and her own background.
Impact Hub is a company that provides co-working space and that also includes an innovation lab. With this concept, entrepreneurs are more inspired. Working together in a common space every day lets them have the necessary tools and encouragements to succeed in their projects. In Seattle, and we presume at the other offices around the world, there are so many people with different background and from different origins. Continue reading →