When the Pandemic hit, Dobson went entrepreneurial
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Eastern Townships Business Community
Become an entrepreneur member of our network.
Clinics and trainings
Access to Bishop's University students for recruitment purposes
Participation in various projects in partnership with Bishop's University
Become a mentor for our network.
Share your experiences as an entrepreneur
Share your knowledge in business
Support, motivate and counsel the mentees
Create meaningful relationships with other entrepreneurs
Expand your business network through networking events
Accompany entrepreneurs in the development of their commercial activities
For 20 years the Dobson-Lagassé Centre has been helping entrepreneurs in the Eastern Townships achieve their ambitions, and Bishop’s University students explore the potential of entrepreneurship and participate in internships.
Founded in 1998 by John Dobson and Louis Lagassé, the Dobson-Lagassé Centre brings together their vision by providing experience for Bishop’s students in creating and growing small businesses and providing resources to local businesses to realize their growth potential.
- Promote teaching, knowledge and interest in entrepreneurship among Bishop’s University students
- Provide mentorship, training and networking opportunities for entrepreneurs in the Eastern Townships to grow and develop their businesses
- Act as a conduit between entrepreneurs in the Eastern Townships and Bishop’s University, its students, its professors and its graduates
The centre promotes an entrepreneurial environment that allows Bishop’s University students to learn from experience, build relationships with regional businesses, and get support in business development. The centre is also a source of knowledge, tools, information and mentorship for entrepreneurs.