We’ve taken the next step in developing Regina’s newest business incubator with the hiring of a manager.
Business educator, Jordan McFarlen, has accepted the role and will soon begin the process of creating, designing and building a one-of-a-kind business incubator as a launch pad for start-ups in the province. The business incubator will be designed to fill a gap in Regina’s current economic development strategy and support our desire to contribute to the vitality of Saskatchewan communities.
As a business educator, and an executive member of the Saskatchewan Business Teachers’ Association, Jordan already has many established relationships with community partners that has helped advance business education and entrepreneurship for youth in the province. In fact, he is the co-founder of the Big Idea Camp, which gives students from grades 9-12 an introduction to financial topics, while working in a fun environment. Recently, Jordan was recognized for his work by being named a 2017 CBC Future 40 winner.
Welcome to Conexus Jordan!