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Vancouver Startup Week is an incredible gathering of entrepreneurs, developers, investors, and community leaders all coming together to celebrate one of the top tech hubs in the world. The city will be teeming with events, including presentations from some of the biggest names in the tech scene. 
  • Events have limited capacity and must be reserved independently. So don’t be a Lazy Larry - claim your spot today!
  • Is your event fully booked? - Have no fear, waitlist is here! Event entry for waitlisters opens 5 minutes prior to event start time. It’s worth trying, you’ll have a pretty good chance of getting in.
  • A word to the wise - Please show up for events at least 10 minutes prior to event start time. Unclaimed seats will be offered to waitlisters 5 minutes prior to start time.
  • Have your pass handy, as we will scan your QR code when you attend events. But remeber, this pass does not grant you access to the events unless you have signed up!
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Yassaman Nouri

Social Enterprise institute
Social impact entrepreneur
Toronto, Canada Area
Yassaman is a recipient of Queen Elizabeth’s Queen Jubilee medal for contributions that positively impacted communities domestically and internationally. Originally from Iran, Yassaman grew up in Vancouver and has worked in Iran, UK, China, Malawi, Tajikistan and Canada in diverse sectors including post-secondary education, international trade, international development, social entrepreneurship, credit unions, non-profits and government organizations. Yass has had the privilege to contribute to organizations of all sizes from one-person-start-ups to large global firms on all types of projects from strategy development to implementation and operation (ex: Central 1 Credit Union, Vancity, Canadian Co-operatives association, Malawi Union of Savings and Credit Co-operatives, Aga Khan Foundation Canada, UNHCR, Canadian Cancer Society, etc.).

After four years of building her management consulting skills (in strategy, transformation and project management financial sector), Yassaman returned full-time to social impact sector. Over the past year, Yassaman has been sharing her experiences on various platforms (courses on Social Enterprise Institute, webinars on Tamarack Institute, Podcast on Doctors for Doctors, workshops at Youth Employment Services Ontario, etc). She has also been conducting various social impact consulting projects with organizations of all types and sizes (ex: TinyTo, Hamilton Community Foundation, etc)

Yassaman is exploring opportunities to use her skills and experiences to make positive systemic changes that deliver positive economic, social, and environmental impacts.
Sunday, September 24
 

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Monday, September 25
 

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Tuesday, September 26
 

09:00

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Wednesday, September 27
 

08:30

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Thursday, September 28
 

10:00

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Friday, September 29
 

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