After senior roles in not-for-profit organizations, Bruce Anderson became an entrepreneur in 1997, launching and building several businesses. He continues as Managing Partner with b-creative group, a management consulting firm specializing in outsourcing, marketing and branding, and strategic / business planning and growth. In 2007, Bruce followed a life-long passion for education and began teaching at the University of Regina. He currently teaches strategy and entrepreneurship classes at the Paul J. Hill School of Business and the Kenneth Levene Graduate School of Business.
Bruce has been very active in the community and enjoys working with potential entrepreneurs. He is the President of the Institute of Certified Management Consultants of Saskatchewan, serves on the Board of CAA Saskatchewan, and is a Member of Regina’s Council for Entrepreneurial Growth. Bruce is Past Chair of Regina and Saskatchewan Chambers of Commerce. He is also Past Chair of the Saskatchewan Science Centre, and is past Director Canadian Chamber of Commerce. Bruce is a mentor with the Raj Manek Mentorship Program and Futurpreneur Canada.