Mount Royal University’s Student Wins Local Global Student Entrepreneur
Award and Qualifies for the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards
Ryan Doel to Compete in Canadian National Qualifier/Global Finals and in the running for a cash prize
The Calgary chapter of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO), the world’s leading peer-to-peer network of successful business leaders today announced Ryan Doel, a student of Mount Royal University as the champion of the Calgary Qualifying rounds of the Global Student Entrepreneurs Awards (GSEA).
GSEA is EO’s premier awards program for students who own or operate a business while attending
college or university. The qualifier competition hosted by Calgary this year saw the participation of five
students from 2 local Universities. Student entrepreneurs competed against peers and were judged by
prominent local entrepreneur judges.
Ryan Doel now makes his way to the National Qualifiers/Global Finals; being held on 22 January 2020.
Participants in the GSEA competition are college or university students and entrepreneurs that are
primarily responsible for a business that has been operational for at least six consecutive months.
Ryan Doel and his company Paintabotics.
Last year over 55 students from 55 countries participated in the GSEA. This year the stage has been
set to receive over 2000 students who are competing in local and national rounds as winners make
their way to the final in Toronto, Canada. For more updates on GSEA visit: http://gsea.org/