University of Guelph Finishes Second at NAMA13 Student Competition

Tonight I witnessed something very fun. I was sitting behind the University of Guelph student team that placed second at the NAMA 2013 business competition.

To place second out of 29 college and university teams from across North America is a very proud moment for the University of Guelph and all the Canadians in attendance.

I talked to the students in the interview below about the big achievement and how much it means to them for their hard work to pay off.
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Shaun Haney

Shaun grew up on a family seed farm in Southern Alberta. Haney Farms produces, conditions and retails wheat, barley, canola and corn seed. Shaun Haney is the founder of @shaunhaney


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Owen Roberts

Congratulations to the U of G students. The group of us invited to take an early look at their well-researched, imaginative product and their well-oiled presentation were immediately impressed. Great to see NAMA judges were too, and thanks to Shaun for creating this video.

Brian Klassen

Big shout out and congratulations to the University of Guelph students. This is a huge accomplishment. Our future looks very bright indeed.

Emily den Haan

Thanks to all of our supporters and sponsors! CAMA Ontario members and other supporter who sponsored us, came out to our practice presentation night and supported us in competition were huge contributors to our success. Thank you.


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