“Ontario social entrepreneur works to automate monitoring of solar systems
Leon Kehl has worked for himself for almost 28 years, but only recently stopped flinching when people would ask him if he was a businessman.
“Entrepreneur, yes. Businessman no,” he said. “My transformation over the last two years is embracing the label of being a businessman.”
His discomfort with being called a businessman comes from his internal perception that many businesspeople are only concerned with the financial bottom line. “Having said that, I’ve seen a lot of good examples in the Mennonite church and the extended community of businessmen.”
“It’s probably because of the field I have been in. I’ve not seen as many good examples of those values in the tech community.”’
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