27: Jim Gibson, Chief Catalyst, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology

Episode 27 July 14, 2021 00:44:25
27: Jim Gibson, Chief Catalyst, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
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27: Jim Gibson, Chief Catalyst, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
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Erik Christiansen Kris Hans

Show Notes

In this interview, Kris and Erik interview Jim Gibson, Chief Catalyst at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT). They discuss Jim's background in venture capital, how he came to SAIT, the School for Advanced Digital Technology, the future of higher education and Alberta's economy.

GUEST INFORMATION

Jim Gibson, Chief Catalyst, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
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*Website: ThinAirLabs.ca

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Kris Hans, Co-Founder & Co-Host
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Christopher Hoang, Audio Producer & Sound Engineer
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