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Dunstan Peter immigrated to Canada at the age of 17 and he studied electrical engineering at Western University. He went on to work in the automotive industry focusing on quality assurance in electrical and software engineering. A car accident caused his life to change and within a 2 hour period his largest clients manufacturing line went down costing them hundreds of thousands of dollars in downtime. While dealing with the accident he missed 52 calls and then Dunstan was fired. This was a turning point where he began to take control of his destiny. He now has over 650 employees and 10 different companies in everything from automotive to developing the future of recreational parks. Listen to how this entrepreneur explains how to go from single to serial entrepreneur. Dunstan has won countless awards including the Walk of Fame Award from ACCES, and the RBC Immigrant Success Advantage Award, Winner of the Movimento Group supplier of the year award, Winner of CAMSC supplier of the year award given by Fiat Chrysler Automotive, Winner of CAMSC Technology Innovation Award, Finalist for the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2019 Awards
- Dunstan has consistent ritual work ethic that starts at 5am
- Payroll and cash management is what wakes him up every morning and keeps him up at night.
- Listen to his strategy on how to build from 1 company to 10 different companies and become a serial entrepreneur.
- How a tragic accident was the catalyst to initiate the start of his entrepreneurial journey.
- Benefiting from the downturn in the economy by having multiple businesses and shifting resources from companies hit hard to those that are thriving.
- Identifying opportunities from the current trends to maneuver your future investments in the right positive direction.
- The profound power of giving back and being a phenomenal philanthropist with a focus on helping immigrants and the homeless.