Press Release

ShipperBee Founder & CEO, Jim Estill, to Deliver Keynote at Toronto Entrepreneurs Conference

Guelph, ON, November 25, 2019 – Jim Estill, founder and chief executive officer ofShipperBee, Inc. will deliver the keynote presentation at the Toronto Entrepreneurs Conference on November 27th at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Entitled, “Zero to $2 Billion”, Estill will share his inspiring story of entrepreneurship with more than 2,500 business leaders from across the Greater Toronto Area in a fireside chat with the conference president, Marc Belaiche, at 2:30 pm in Room 105.

Named EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2019 in Ontario this month, Estill will take attendees on his journey of entrepreneurship from his first business from the trunk of his car in university and building it into a $2 billion company, to his latest ventures, Danby Appliances and ShipperBee.

“Working with and mentoring young entrepreneurs is a significant part of my day-to-day life,” comments ShipperBee’s founder and chief executive officer, Jim Estill. “I enjoy having the opportunity to make a difference in and inspire other entrepreneurs to help them achieve their goals. Being able to address an audience of this size and magnitude with my story, as well as the real-world highs and lows of running your own business, extends that mentorship capability.”

Attendees seeking to adopt a more cost effective and environmentally friendly shipping alternative can visit theShipperBee at the event. They’ll discover how to save as much as 33% on their regional shipping, drastically reduce carbon emissions for every parcel shipped, and benefit from other important features not offered by other couriers.

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