Evening with the Entrepreneurs
Hosted by: McLeod Law
McLeod Law is pleased to host this year’s ‘Evening with the Entrepreneurs,’ a marquee event of Small Business Week Calgary, highlighting local success stories:
- Scott Gravelle, CEO/CTO and co-founder of Attabotics INC
- Ray DePaul, Director of the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Mount Royal University
Join us for an evening of up-close and personal interviews with this dynamic entrepreneur who will be putting it all on the table, sharing his unique story, as well as insights and lessons learned in business and how he has built a successful company.
Rob Fooks, Partner at McLeod Law, will moderate the dynamic conversation for the evening.
Drinks and light snacks will be provided.
To learn more, check out our Small Business Week Calgary website.
- Regular ticket: $20
About Rob Fooks
Robert is co-head of McLeod Law’s Business Law group and a registered trademark agent. He has a transaction-based practice where he represents family enterprises, entrepreneurs, banks, and dental and health care professionals in commercial matters, from land development projects, acquisition and divestitures, to commercial leasing. He also assists clients in trademarks and related intellectual property. His combined legal, business, and education backgrounds bring a unique perspective to clients.
If you haven’t heard of Attabotics yet, they are a Calgary-based robotics company that transforms supply chains to meet the needs of modern commerce. Attabotics condenses the rows and aisles of typical retail fulfillment centers into a single, vertical storage structure where, internally, a fleet of robotic shuttles stores and delivers goods to workers for shipping. This saves retailers money, reduces their warehouse space requirements by 85%, accelerates shipping and delivery times, and helps reduce energy and carbon emissions from transport.
About Mount Royal University’s Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
The Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship strives to develop high-impact students and fill the skills gap between what employers demand and the skills that new graduates possess. This is accomplished by delivering transformative community-engaged learning experiences.