CEO, Fedora Pharmaceuticals
Christopher G. Micetich is the president and CEO of Fedora Pharmaceuticals, which he founded in 2012. Before he founded Fedora, he was the chief operating officer at SynPhar Laboratories Inc., responsible for all aspects of administration including business development, international affairs, and strategic planning. Outside of his career in specialty pharmaceuticals, Christopher is the founder of Windjammer Java Roasters Inc., a specialty coffee roasting company, and Brass Dome Ventures Ltd., a management and business consultancy. Christopher has earned the 2015 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award and Fedora has won the 2015 BioAlberta Company of the Year Award and the 2015 Astech Commercial Achievement Award. Christopher continues the pursuit of developing new drugs to save lives all around the world.
One Day You'll Understand
Publication Date: January 2019
Being an entrepreneur doesn’t mean you’ll fail, but it doesn’t ensure success either. You’re going to have to fail sometimes and learn from it. You’re going to have to do the things you don’t like doing. Christopher G. Micetich learned that the hard way. Growing up, he had a calling to lead, to strive for perfection in any challenges laid before him. He took this mindset into the world of entrepreneurs, hungry for success—hungry for recognition.
One Day You’ll Understand: An Entrepreneur’s Path to Purpose, Audience, and Voice isn’t a step-by-step, how-to guide on becoming rich. It’s a book that takes you through Christopher’s life, showing you how he used his natural entrepreneurial spirit to imbue everyone around him with confidence and hard work. With this information, Christopher believes any entrepreneur can learn from his experiences and understand that wisdom is often a by-product of grit, and that success is achieved through a persistent, persevering spirit.
There’s no “secret formula” to success, no one-way street to fame and fortune. Follow Christopher’s journey, where you’ll see the hard knocks and crumbled roads leading to where he is today. Find what gave him the freedom of purpose, and you might find yours too.