ULI BC: Champions in the Spotlight - In Conversation with Sheryl Song of Ryna

When

2022-06-29
2022-06-29T12:00:00 - 2022-06-29T13:00:00
America/Los_Angeles

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    Where

    Clark Wilson LLP 9th Floor, 885 West Georgia Street Vancouver, BC V6C 3H1 Canada

    Pricing

    Standard Pricing Until June 29 Members Non-Members
    All Types FREE CA$5.00

    ULI BC is delighted to host Sheryl Song, CEO and Co-founder of Ryna, a co-living and apartment rental platform that leverages technology to make renting and living easier for the new generation of renters. Currently, Ryna is focused on streamlining the apartment rental experience for women and immigrants as their initial go-to-market. Ryna operates in Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and is expanding their operations to Vancouver this fall. Join us as we welcome Sheryl and learn about her path in starting her company, Ryna’s innovative platform and rental experience, recent partnerships with leading real estate firms, and her perspective on the evolving rental market in Canada.

    There will be an opportunity for audience Q&A at the end of the discussion.
     
    Lunch and refreshments will be provided, courtesy of Clark Wilson.

     
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    Speakers

    Speaker

    Sheryl Song

    Co-Founder and CEO, Ryna

    Sheryl Song is Co-founder & CEO of Ryna, a co-living and apartment rental platform that leverages technology to make renting and living easier for the new generation of renters. Prior to founding Ryna, she specialized in executive search, talent strategy, leadership succession, and board services in the Commercial Real Estate sector across North America and Asia. Sheryl is the Chair of the Board for Street Haven, the oldest women’s shelter in Toronto. She is the recipient of The W. Galen Weston Top Entrepreneur Award and EY Women in Tech Award by NEXT Canada. She was also named as The Peak's "2022 Emerging Leaders for Startups and Tech" as one of the up-and-coming young leaders shaping Canada's economy, culture, and society. She holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree from The University of British Columbia.