Getting your content seen on Facebook is becoming more challenging as personal posts are prioritized over posts from businesses. Have Full Post ►
Introducing “Pitch for the Purse”
Pitch for the Purse is divided into four sections designed to educate and mentor every step of the way: Pitch Training, Semi-Finals, Mentorship + Pitch Finale. FWE is excited to bring Pitch for the Purse back following an incredibly successful year. This program is open to women entrepreneurs in Canada. Applications open August 1st!
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9 Oct 2018
I never set out to have a company – LeiLani Kopp
27 Sep 2018
LeiLani Kopp, Founder and Creative Director of Sweet LeiLani shares the role that Mentors and other supporters have had on her and Full Post ►
Starting a New Business: What Legal Form Should I Choose?
30 Jul 2018
Starting a New Business: What Legal Form Should I Choose? Authors: Nicola Geary, Xi Chen When starting a Full Post ►
Top 5 Employment Law Mistakes Entrepreneurs Unwittingly Make
30 Jul 2018
Top 5 Employment Law Mistakes Entrepreneurs Unwittingly Make Author: Caitlin Russell This article takes a closer look Full Post ►
E-Series Toronto | Oct 22-24, 2018
E-Series is a 3-day transformative education program. The program provides in-person learning on topics that entrepreneurs need in order to grow. Check out the video above for a sneak peek from last year's program.
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I can’t even describe how inspired and amazed I am by the speakers at [E-Series]. To have high level leaders in the business community come talk to ME felt like a privilege I never imagined having…Basically everything was awesome. One more thing: this is the most organized, thoughtful conference I have EVER attended.— Jennifer Hollinshead | Peak Resilience + E-Series 2016
I watched FWE first-hand and saw dozens and dozens of women make their companies work because of the support, enthusiasm and the commitment that FWE showed to each of them.— His Excellency Gordon Campbell | High Commissioner to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, FWE Honorary Council Member
Entrepreneurs engaged with FWE have the same challenges as you and they’re facing the same lonely battles of what to do next – creating a network of people to have these conversations with has been fantastic for me.— Andrea Scott | skoah, E-series 2009 + E-Series Speaker
FWE has been a big part of my personal and professional development. From education, inspiration, support to exposure, I learned from female and male entrepreneurs and business leaders who are at the top of their professions.— Cybele Negris | Webnames.ca, E-series 2003