We are midway through summer 2020 - certainly one of the most challenging many of us have faced - and are balanced somewhere between survival and revival.
Where you are at, and where the women you support are at in their journey, depends on a number of things. Where you live - which province and which city? What industry you are supporting - retail, restaurants, tourism, manufacturing? No matter what phase of opening you are working under, the challenges remain, as do the opportunities.
Jill Earthy has been named incoming CEO of the Women's Enterprise Centre B.C. An experienced community builder, mentor and speaker, Jill is a former WEC board member and current interim CEO. We welcome her continued partnership and leadership within the women's entrepreneurial ecosystem in Canada. Congratulations Jill!
Being a good listener, an empath, a coach – What qualities make a business advisor good at their job?
“Just being able to really listen to people and take that time is an undervalued and very important skill,” said Katherine Breward, a business and administration professor at The University of Winnipeg.
Deadline July 31! Help bring the needs and concerns of women entrepreneurs to the forefront. Initiated by EY and RFAQ, and supported by WEOC and its members, t
his three minute survey aims to raise the voice of women entrepreneurs and business owners through recommendations to the Canadian government.