Mentors

Michele Romanow

Entrepreneur

Michele is the Co-Founder of Snap by Groupon (previously SnapSaves), which was acquired by Groupon.  Snap is a leading mobile coupon app backed by Groupon’s 70M subscribers.  She is a current Dragon on CBC’s Dragons Den and this year WXN ranked her in the 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada.   Previously, Michele was the Co-Founder of Buytopia.ca, a Canadian ecommerce leader ranked the #3 on the Profit Hot 50 list of fastest growing companies and ranked #1 on Chatelaine’s W100 list of fastest growing companies. She is a Forbes, “Millennial on a Mission”, a finalist of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year award and the RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards.   Michele was previously the Director of Strategy for Sears. Michele holds an engineering degree and an MBA from Queen’s University where she received the Queen’s Tricolour.   She’s is a director on the board of Whistler Blackcomb (TSX: WB) and Shad Valley.

“Successful people do what unsuccessful people are not willing to do.”

Mentors

Michele Romanow

Entrepreneur

Michele is the Co-Founder of Snap by Groupon (previously SnapSaves), which was acquired by Groupon.  Snap is a leading mobile coupon app backed by Groupon’s 70M subscribers.  She is a current Dragon on CBC’s Dragons Den and this year WXN ranked her in the 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada.   Previously, Michele was the Co-Founder of Buytopia.ca, a Canadian ecommerce leader ranked the #3 on the Profit Hot 50 list of fastest growing companies and ranked #1 on Chatelaine’s W100 list of fastest growing companies. She is a Forbes, “Millennial on a Mission”, a finalist of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year award and the RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards.   Michele was previously the Director of Strategy for Sears. Michele holds an engineering degree and an MBA from Queen’s University where she received the Queen’s Tricolour.   She’s is a director on the board of Whistler Blackcomb (TSX: WB) and Shad Valley.

“Successful people do what unsuccessful people are not willing to do.”