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Jim Marsh

Young entrepreneurs Brad Colthurst, Ravinder Saini and Jonathan Liedtke.Young entrepreneurs Brad Colthurst, Ravinder Saini and Jonathan Liedtke test a screen connection in a group pod during an unveiling Tuesday of the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre space in the Joyce Entrepreneurship Centre.

New space set to incubate businesses

The new space on the second floor of the Joyce Entrepreneurship Centre dedicated to the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre (EPICentre) is going to be a nice place to work, says Bob Hedrick, president of CAMufacturing Solutions.

A software developer that specializes in applications for computer aided design and manufacturing, the company will take up residence in the incubator space, a joint project of the Odette School of Business and the Office of Research and Innovation Services.

Business professor gains national recognition for mentorship

His volunteer work and leadership development in the Windsor community have earned professor Jim Marsh of the Odette School of Business recognition as one of Startup Canada’s Top 10 Mentor Rock Stars.

Business student Bradley Ouellette nominated Marsh for the Canada Mentorship Challenge hosted by Startup Canada, which enhances competitiveness and prosperity by supporting Canadian entrepreneurship.