This week, Terry was invited to Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, to participate in the Algoma University Business Case competition. Terry
and Bruce Croxon (formerly of the Dragon's Den) spent time with of the student teams as they developed their marketing pitches. Each team only had three hours to work on their plan. Later, the top four teams were awarded by a panel of judges.
At the luncheon, Terry gave a talk on why Counterintuitive Thinking is the key to all great marketing.
Here is a link to Terry's interview with Jason Turnbull of CBC Radio in Sudbury.
The Walrus Talks Philanthropy
In November of 2014, Terry was invited for a second time to participate in the Walrus Talks Series. It was a great group of speakers who each had seven minutes to talk about Philanthropy ...
Humber College awards Honorary Degree
In November of 2014, Terry was awarded an Honorary Bachelor Degree in Applied Studies from Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning ...