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presentation tonight, august 15
at the chinatown experiment,
434 Columbia St , Van BC

Please join platFORM to celebrate the success of Emily Carr and SFU’s platFORM program which brings together business and design students to create sustainable products with sustainable bussiness models. Their young entepreneurs and designers have worked together to develop sustainable, saleable products that address real wicked problems including social isolation, one time use products, air travel impact, food waste and textile waste. Their products will be on display all night, with the goal of making one sale to validate their concepts.*Formal presentations will start at 7pm, tonight, aug 15*
platFORM is a collaboration between the Faculty of Design and Dynamic Media, the Social + Interactive Media (SIM) Centre at Emily Carr University of Art + Design, and the Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser University. It is also a partner course at CityStudio, supported by Leslie Ng from the City of Vancouver.platFORM is part of the Scotiabank Platform Program, launching in 2015, which prepares enterprising art and design grads, who are early stage entrepreneurs, to enter a competitive marketplace.
Connect with #platformclass on Twitter @EmilyCarrU, @SFUBeedie, and @SIMCentre