Supporting Big Dreams!

Earlier this year we were fortunate to have three WEOC National Loan Program loan recipients speak at the WEOC X: Exchange, Expand, Explore national conference. They shared their entrepreneurship journeys, as well as their experiences accessing funding.

We are sharing some of what they shared on our social media channels this summer, beginning with this short clip from Nancy Broten from Life Outside Gear Exchange talking her experience working with WEOC and WESK.

Mark April 18, 2024 in your calendar and get ready to head to Toronto for the WEOC Leadership Conference. More information coming in early fall!

New Workshop - November 2, 2023

Trauma of Money

November 2, 2023

Develop your understanding of how financial trauma, shame, disruptions and scarcity can all impact your work with women entrepreneurs.

Building off of our amazing WEOC X 2023 session with Chantel Chapman, this 2.5 hour interactive workshop is designed by the experts at Trauma of Money specifically for those working with entrepreneurs.

The workshop will delve into topics like:

  • Trauma of Money Exploration
  • Financial Shame
  • The Psychology of Scarcity
  • Money Disruptions

Participants receive Digital toolkits with worksheets and resources to support the session

Chantel Chapman was recently featured in an article in the New York Times, How to deal with financial trauma

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Coming Up

August 15-18 - LGBT Trade Mission. Join the CGLCC on its next international Trade Mission to Denver, Colorado! 

September 21-23 - Go for the Greens brings women-owned businesses with corporations, government agencies and nonprofits in sunny Florida for three days of networking and events.

September 28 - The Startup Canada Tour makes stop #3 in Calgary. We hope to meet you there!

October 9-13 - Team Canada Trade Mission to India, led by the Honourable Mary Ng Minister of International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business and Economic Development


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WeBC Launches National Growth Peer Mentoring Group

This Fall, WeBC is launching a brand new Growth Peer Mentoring Program for women business owners, and applications are now open. Virtual groups are available across Canada in both French and English, in partnership with The Forum, SDECB and WEOC. 

Thanks to grant funding from the Women Entrepreneurship Strategy, this program is FREE but spots are limited. 

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Presented by WeBC in partnership with The Forum, SDECB and WEOC. Funded by the Government of Canada through the Women Entrepreneurship Strategy.

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We value the relationship with our corporate partners and work with them in a spirit of collaboration to move forward our mandate to support and grow women’s entrepreneurship in Canada.

Benefits include:

  • Build brand awareness for your company throughout the vast women’s enterprise ecosystem
  • Representation (logo and links) on and through social media channels and monthly newsletter (50%+ open rate).
  • Exclusive sponsorship opportunities for WEOC events, content and programming
  • Access targeted DEI training for your staff

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The Women’s Enterprise Organizations of Canada’s network of members is spread across many territories. We respect and honour the shared land on which we live, work and play. We are committed to understanding our shared past and moving forward in the spirit of reconciliation.