Accelerate Your Women-Owned Business

Accelerate Your Women-Owned Business

Are you a Canadian business woman looking to accelerate your business and land contracts with large corporations? Join us on August 12 for a FREE workshop “Accelerate Your Women-Owned Business: Learn How to win more contracts” as we help you navigate large corporate supply chains and opportunities they offer to SMEs. During this information-packed webinar…

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Stimulating Small Business Prosperity

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By Kam Raman Small businesses are the backbone of Canada’s economy and at the heart of our diverse communities. As we continue to live and work in a time like no other, it has never been more important to be innovative and courageous while advocating for inclusivity and equity. The impact of the pandemic has…

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Sourcing the Next Level in Supplier Diversity

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By Jamie Crump There has never been a time when sourcing and supplier diversity has received as much attention as right now. Between the supply chain impacts of the pandemic and the global unrest that is causing businesses to take a social stand, the two areas are front and center. It doesn’t matter if your…

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WBE Canada Welcomes Versacom Inc. to its Growing Corporate Membership

Women Business Enterprises Canada Council (WBE Canada) is excited to welcome Versacom Inc. as its newest Corporate Member. As Canada’s largest multilingual translation company led by expert language professionals, Versacom is the leader in professional language solutions in a country where translation is part of everyday life. They offer a full range of translation services…

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Grand & Toy Joins WBE Canada As Its Newest Corporate Member

Women Business Enterprises Canada Council (WBE Canada) is thrilled to welcome Grand & Toy as our newest Corporate Member. Grand & Toy is a leading provider of workplace products and solutions serving Canadian businesses over 130 years. From the latest technology, furniture, everyday office essentials and facility resources, they provide workplace innovation that enables their…

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Accelerate Your Women-Owned Business

Accelerate Your Women-Owned Business

Are you a Canadian business woman looking to accelerate your business and land contracts with large corporations? Join us on July 15 for a FREE webinar “Accelerate Your Women-Owned Business: Learn How to win more contracts” as we help you navigate large corporate supply chains and opportunities they offer to SMEs. During this information-packed webinar…

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CMHC Joins WBE Canada As Its Newest Government Member

Women Business Enterprises Canada (WBE Canada) is excited to welcome Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) as its newest government member. WBE Canada and CMHC’s partnership is established on a shared value that diversity and inclusion in procurement are imperative for advancing innovation and growth. Lisa Williams, Chief Financial Officer at CMHC, and Silvia Pencak,…

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Backstage Primer Workshop

Backstage Primer

Join us on June 15th for a half-day online workshop “Supplier Diversity Accelerator: Backstage Primer” designed to move your supplier diversity program to its next level through learning, experience sharing and open conversations. This program is open to all Member organizations enrolled in the Supplier Diversity Accelerator. Agenda: 12:30 – 1:00 pm ET – Open…

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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…

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Canadian Women-Owned Business Evaluate Supplier Diversity (Research Study)

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For Immediate Release | Toronto, ON WBE Canada and experts from the Universities of Manitoba and Calgary conducted a national survey on the status of supplier diversity in Canada. This survey, conducted in fall 2020, was designed to provide the data necessary to continue inclusion of underrepresented Canadian businesses, specifically women-owned businesses in large supply…

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