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SCHULICH TALENTED ENTREPRENEUR NETWORKING NIGHT
February 13th, 2013, Mavrik Winebar

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Razor Suleman is founding CEO of Achievers, Inc. (formerly I Love Rewards Inc.). Razor started his first business at the age of 15. Following his passions for business and sports, Razor began importing and selling hockey cards between Canada and the United States. He then went on to start his own campus branded apparel company called Razor's Edge. From there he went on to start I Love Rewards, an employee recognition rewards program. Razor raised $38 million in his last round of funding with Sequoia Capital. He has won a number of awards including BDC Young Entrepreneur of the Year and Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Shameiz Hemani is a founding member and President of Greenlight Consulting, an IT Consulting company focused on truly delivering complex IT projects. He started his career as one of the multitudes of co-ops than ran most of Nortel's operations as a web developer. He then moved on to the consulting world where he spent 4 years before deciding to go out on his own and start his first consulting company. Johann Hallim is a founding member of Greenlight Consulting, an IT Consulting company focussed on accelerating delivery of complex IT projects. Over the course of his career, Johann has worked within consulting for the Retail, Telco, Energy and Financial industries. He has worn several hats from developer to Program Manager. Johann has demonstrated the ability to add value to Enterprise Strategic Initiatives through an understanding of core technologies, an appreciation for complex processes, strong business acumen and a diligent work ethic. Dan Tzotis is founder & Managing Partner at AWAKE Chocolate. Prior to AWAKE, Dan worked 6+ years at Pepsico, in a wide array of sales roles including customer finance, category insights, sales strategy and account management (both regional and national), working closely with

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