Dartmouth, Nova Scotia — GIT is pleased to shared that company co-founder and CEO, Mo AlGermozi, has been named an Atlantic finalist for the 2022 EY Entrepreneur of the Year award.
The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year program shines a spotlight on entrepreneurs across the country that are transforming our world through unbounded innovation, growth and prosperity – and that’s only the beginning of the journey.
Selected by an independent panel of judges, 15 businesses have been recognized for transforming our world through unbounded innovation, growth and prosperity.
Now in its 28th year in Canada, the Entrepreneur Of The Year program supports, connects and enables entrepreneurs across Canada as they turn groundbreaking ideas into powerful businesses that deliver national and global impact. The program works in tandem with EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women™ and Entrepreneurs Access Network to help businesses grow, scale and overcome ever-evolving challenges, while building an equitable and inclusive entrepreneurial ecosystem for all.
The independent panel of judges will select seven regional winners who will be announced in July. The winners will then move forward to compete with Pacific, Prairies, Ontario and Québec regional winners at the national awards celebration in November, where Canada’s EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2022 winner will be revealed. The overall Canadian winner will go on to compete with national winners from across the globe in Monaco for the title of EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year™ 2023. Last year’s winner, Dr. Carl Hansen of AbCellera — BC-based biotechnology company best known for its leading role in developing an antibody treatment for COVID-19 — will be heading to Monaco next month to represent Canada on the world stage for EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year 2022.
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The 2022 Atlantic independent judging panel comprises Wadih Fares, President and CEO, WM Fares Group; Tareq Hadhad, Founder and CEO, Peace by Chocolate; Shakara Joseph, President and CEO, Junior Achievement (JA) Nova Scotia; Laurie MacKeigan, President, Backman Vidcom; and David Savoie, CEO, Acadian Construction.
This year’s national sponsor is TSX Inc.
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