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Future business leaders connect with business game changers

2014-10-23, 1:53 PM

St. Lawrence College sent five students to New York City to participate in the World Business Forum, which ran from October 7-8, 2014. The students were able to gain valuable insight from business leaders on how to succeed in a changing economy.

The World Business Forum is an annual event that brings business leaders and thinkers together to present on topics that impact today’s business world. This event draws high-level business professionals from various industries and provides an opportunity for people to network with new industries. This year’s event was held at Radio City Music Hall and included presenters such as Malcolm Gladwell and Sir Ken Robinson, who presented on the topic of “Provocateurs” and challenging the status quo.

“Participating in the World Business Forum was an amazing experience,” said third year Business Administration – Marketing student Jolisa Masucol. “We were able to hear multiple business leaders speak on topics that are not only relevant to us as students but also as future business leaders.”


About the World Business Forum

The World Business Forum New York was presented World of Business Ideas (WOBI). WOBI produces business forums around the world that enables professionals and companies to come together to learn from each other. To learn more about WOBI, please visit

About St. Lawrence College

With three friendly campuses in Brockville, Cornwall, and Kingston, St. Lawrence College is an integral part of the economic life and social fabric of Eastern Ontario with a close-knit community of 7,000 full-time students, and more than 80,000 proud alumni. Hundreds are also enrolled in our online and continuing education courses each year. As part of our ongoing sustainability initiatives, the College boasts more than 1,600 rooftop solar modules on our Kingston and Brockville campuses, the largest solar roof-top installation of any post-secondary institution in Canada. The college has many Applied Research projects in progress, as well, our Corporate Learning and Performance Improvement group has helped more than 350 organizations grow and prosper. Through our Employment Service offices we work with thousands of clients annually.