Between 2020 and 2021, Enactus Canada helped launch 546 businesses, empower 188 community projects, and worked with 3,000 students.
This September, the Enactus Canada National Exposition will take place. Students will showcase the projects they’ve been working on that will shape the economic, social, and environmental landscape of Canada.
For this edition, 5&Vine’s founder Rahul Raj will be on the team of judges evaluating which upcoming Challenger will move on to represent the country at the Enactus World Cup.
As an organization, Enactus Canada works with the country’s brightest students to shape generations of entrepreneurial leaders passionate about advancing the economic, social, and environmental health of Canada.
It utilizes the power of conscious capitalism for positive change, and is committed to shaping the world with an optimistic, yet competitive spirit.
The company’s president and CEO, Allyson Hewitt, previously served as the vice president of impact at the MaRS Discovery District, where she worked with numerous social ventures and developed social innovation programs.
With a mission that’s so aligned with 5&Vine’s own work helping Challengers win, we’re excited to see what the students have to offer, and the innovations they’re working on to make the world a better place.
Stay tuned for a blog post on the winning projects and how the next generation is thinking about the role of business in advancing society. In the meantime, you can read more about Ecactus Canada.