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One of the most common challenges facing employers these days is a shortage of skilled workers. But with summer on its way, a lot of post-secondary students are looking for […]
Many business owners wonder how much their business is worth, but when they get to the point of actually having their business valued, do they know what to look for? […]
One positive outcome of the past year has been the increased awareness about the importance of supporting our local businesses. Buying locally-made products is no longer a trend and is […]
As an owner and operator of a tourism business, I’ve experienced first-hand how quickly events outside of our control can affect a business. Three years ago, my husband and I […]
A year ago last week, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Since then, Canadian small businesses have racked up a collective $135 billion in debt as a result […]
Women’s Enterprise Centre is excited to be joining the celebrations for this year’s International Women’s Day (IWD) on March 8. This year’s theme is looking at challenging norms so we […]
In an age where your business’ online presence is one of your most important assets, it’s important to market your business online the right way, especially when you’re spending money […]
To celebrate Black History Month this February, Women’s Enterprise Centre reached out to Nerissa Allen, the President of the Black Business Association of BC. Her organization is on a mission […]
Spending our workday at a computer isn’t something new. So why is it that talking to people online is burning us out? If you’re an educator, manager, coach, advisor, or […]
One of the common misconceptions about equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) is that it is for large organizations. The truth is that any size business from solopreneur to large global […]