Alberta Enterprise is Looking for a New Chief Executive Officer

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Alberta Enterprise invests in venture capital funds that finance early stage, technology companies in Alberta and beyond.

Launched in 2008 with a $100 million investment from the Government of Alberta, Alberta Enterprise invests in VC funds that have a track record of success, strong global networks, and demonstrated commitments to both the province of Alberta and its VC and technology industries. But now it needs a new CEO.

Alberta Enterprise is a very important part of Alberta’s VC ecosystem as it connects investors, entrepreneurs, and experienced technology executives. So it's safe to say that its newly available role of Chief Executive Officer should be filled by someone who has a passion for building a thriving knowledge-based economy in Alberta.

If you know that person, have them check out the complete job description and submit their application by August 15 to info@alberta-enterprise.ca.

Company:
Alberta Enterprise Corporation
Website:
http://www.alberta-enterprise.ca
Location:
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Alberta Enterprise Corporation is an independent private equity fund of funds manager. Our fund, the Alberta Enterprise Fund, is a $100 Million allocation targeting technology venture capital funds. We back institutional seed, venture and expansion capital fund managers. We have deep knowledge of the Canadian venture capital and private equity markets. Located in Alberta, our people have specialist skills in... more


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