Canadian Electrical Wholesaler

May 1, 2018

Horsman and SonThe BCIT Student Innovation Challenge is an annual competition allowing British Columbia Institute of Technology students to launch entrepreneurial ideas, inventions, or applied research projects. E.B. Horsman and Son is “Visionary” sponsor of the challenge.

The goal is to create an inclusive space for innovation, encouraging students to turn their bright ideas into business plans and prototypes of commercial products. The BCIT Student Innovation Challenge is an annual competition allowing British Columbia Institute of Technology students to launch entrepreneurial ideas, inventions, or applied research projects. E.B. Horsman and Son is “Visionary” sponsor of the challenge.

The goal is to create an inclusive space for innovation, encouraging students to turn their bright ideas into business plans and prototypes of commercial products. 
E.B. Horsman and Son also supports BCIT students throughout their education in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology program, Automation and Instrumentation option, with two BCIT awards: an Entrance award, to be awarded in fall 2018, and a Graduating Achievement award, which will be granted in June 2018. 

Supporting programs like this “will help us with challenges around talent management, succession planning and general market awareness in both British Columbia and Alberta,” the company says. 

These are just two examples of E.B. Horsman & Son's community initiatives. See more here: http://ebhorsman.com/careers-investing-in-community.php

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 Young Leaders: Taylor Gerrie

Taylor GerrieOn a regular basis, our publications profile members of our industry through their responses to a Q&A. It’s a way of recognizing industry movers and shakers, and helping our readers get to know them better. 

Recently we launched an initiative with Electro-Federation Canada's Young Professionals Network to include profiles of up-and-coming leaders. We provided the list of questions below to Taylor Gerrie, Automation Account Specialist at Gerrie Electric Wholesale Ltd. in Burlington, Ontario. Here are Taylor’s responses.

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Susan Uthayakumar, President of Schneider Electric Canada: Driving Success

Susan UthayakumarBy Owen Hurst

First and foremost, sitting down with Susan Uthayakumar feels more like sitting down and conversing with a friend than conducting an interview with the Canadian president of one of the world’s largest electrical manufacturers. Of course, she exudes the confidence and knowledge her position demands, but equally identifiable are an open and engaging nature.

In a recent sit-down, we learned a little about Susan’s history and what drives her to succeed.

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