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StrikeUP 2021, hosted by Northumberland Community Futures Development Corporation (CFDC) and supported by the Government of Canada through FedDev Ontario’s Women Entrepreneurship Strategy (WES) Ecosystem Fund, is a free virtual conference happening March 4th. StrikeUP provides an opportunity to learn from globally-renowned Canadian women leaders who share a passion for uniting and strengthening women entrepreneurs and women-led networks. From successful… Read More

WBE Canada Magazine launch

Women Business Enterprises Canada Council (WBE Canada) is thrilled to announce the launch of WBE Canada Magazine… a free quarterly publication designed to empower Canadian women entrepreneurs and inspire Canada’s corporate and government organizations in their supplier diversity initiatives. This is a magazine for every women-owned business, every entrepreneur, every organization and partner who believes in the crucial role diversity,… Read More

This highly relevant webinar, hosted by EDC, will focus on how Canadian companies can use technology to take their customer experience to the next level, turning customers into long-term advocates. The discussion will also cover what the future of the retail industry looks like and the emerging trends in 2021, as well as how companies can leverage e-commerce tools to… Read More

Canada is facing ‘mission critical’ times to drive economic recovery for all Canadians – especially Canadian tech small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Starting with a launch event on November 19, 2020 (video recap) which addressed TECH and GOV driving Canada’s prosperity, Technation is now hosting a second event in the series to demonstrate the power of B2B and B2Gov to… Read More

WBE Meetup

WBE Meetup

Please join us for the second WBE meetup of 2021 on February 16th at 4 PM ET as we chat about “Romancing your Prospects”. In this fun and interactive session we will discuss techniques and strategies to stay close and connected to prospects while moving the sales cycle forward. Kim Ades, host of our WBE Meetups and Vice Chair of… Read More

The current pandemic has accelerated the rise of the digital economy. BDC’s research shows that in the last 3 years, businesses with greater digital maturity were: more likely to have enjoyed high sales growth more likely to have enjoyed high profit growth more likely to have exported 3 times more likely to have innovated As business owners, no matter what… Read More

Newly Certified WBE Orientation

WBE Canada invites newly certified WBEs to an orientation session to learn what it means to be certified as a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE), how to leverage your certification and tools available to you in WBE Canada. This webinar is also a great tool for our existing certified WBEs to introduce your team members to new or hidden opportunities available… Read More

Supplier Diversity 101: Supplier

Toronto | For immediate release WBE Canada released its latest resource for women-owned businesses: “Supplier Diversity 101: Supplier”. Designed as a simple guide to help suppliers improve sales and marketing processes, “Supplier Diversity 101” also sheds light on the value, benefits and opportunities of WBE certification. Supplier Diversity is still a relatively new concept in Canada with opportunities constantly evolving.… Read More

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By Michela Toscano, IONICA There were over 5000 recorded data breaches last year, with an estimated average cost of  CAD$5.07M. Cyber security threats are more numerous and sophisticated than ever before. Is your business ready? Many organizations think they are too small to fall victim to cyber-attacks. However, as institutions traditionally targeted by cyber criminals have erected robust cyber security… Read More

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