Alex DavidsonCHARLOTTETOWN (February 26, 2013) – Alex Davidson, owner of Odd Jobbers PEI and full-time student at the University of Prince Edward Island, has been named PEI’s 2013 Student Entrepreneur Provincial Champion. Provincial Champions were named by national charitable organization, Enactus Canada and proud program supporter, the John Dobson Foundation as part of the Student Entrepreneur National Competition.

Davidson received the title of Student Entrepreneur Provincial Champion because he balances the demands of a full time university course load with the trials and tribulations of running a company. His business, Odd Jobbers PEI, is a property management business that provides and manages services for home and business owners.

“Owning and operating Odd Jobbers PEI allows me to connect with the public and make a lasting impact on their lives,” said Davidson. “The honor and privilege of being named Provincial Champion will provide me with the opportunity to meet many people who are driven to develop new products and brands.”

Davidson will showcase his business and his accomplishments as an entrepreneur at the Enactus Canada Regional Exposition – Atlantic Canada in Halifax on March 1st, where he will compete for the title of Regional Champion.

“Alex is the epitome of a young entrepreneur because he is so passionate about this business,” explains Enactus Canada president Nicole Almond. “This entrepreneurial spirit is what built this country and we want to encourage and celebrate this in other student entrepreneurs across Canada.”

Davidson will compete against three other Student Entrepreneur Provincial Champions from Atlantic Canada for the regional title and the chance to move on to the 2013 Enactus Canada National Exposition in Toronto, Ontario taking place on May 8th. The National Champion will receive a $10,000 cash prize and represent Canada at the international level of competition, the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards.


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