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For Lang alumnus and serial entrepreneur, business success is all about looking ahead

If there’s one thing that Tony Ambler (BComm ’74) has learned throughout his illustrious career, it is that business success doesn’t just happen by accident.

Ambler, who has founded multiple multi-million-dollar businesses, is always looking ahead to potential trends that are on the horizon. This ability, paired with his knack for clearly communicating the value of his innovations, is why the UofG alumnus always has the right touch when building his businesses.

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Lang MBA ranked best in Canada for sustainability focus

Corporate Knights’ new ranking lists the Lang School as #1 MBA in Canada, BComm #2.

The Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics has been named one of Canada’s leading business school for its focus on sustainability, according to a ranking conducted by Corporate Knights, one of the world’s largest media publishers with an explicit focus on responsible business.

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U of G, Lang School mourns death of food laureate Anita Stewart

It is with profound sorrow that the University of Guelph marks the passing of Anita Stewart, U of G’s food laureate and founder of Cuisine Canada and Food Day Canada.

A long-time culinary journalist, food historian, U of G food champion, and self-described food activist and disruptor, Anita Stewart died Oct. 29. Niagara Falls is to be lit up in red and white Oct. 30 in her honour.

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Spreading business across U of G: Lang launches 6 new minors

6 new minors will help boost U of G student's competencies in business as they enter the job market.


The Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics is set to launch six new minors for fall 2020 intake, available to students across the University of Guelph. The new minors will allow both business and non-business students (including those studying arts, sciences and agriculture) to add sought-after, complementary business skills to their degree.

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