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Strategic Thinking is the kind of thinking that creates insights that are crucial to pivoting quickly in rapid moving times. I think that just might be about now. This is the […]
The beginning of a New Year is a great time to sit down to brainstorm and strategize what you’d like to pursue, achieve and change in the next 12 months […]
The holiday season is upon us and with that can come some extra stress for business owners who have been working tirelessly all year. This year (and every year), we […]
Grants can help you save thousands of dollars for your business. I know securing funding can be a complicated and overwhelming process for female entrepreneurs and small business owners. But […]
With over 1 billion Instagram users worldwide, this social media platform can be an important tool in promoting your business. By establishing a strong visual presence you can reach new […]
Women entrepreneurs are resilient and innovative. While the current pandemic has wreaked havoc on businesses worldwide, we have also seen women entrepreneurs overcoming major challenges. Many women business owners have […]
We all try our best to ensure that the companies that we work for align with our values and that are of interest to us personally. This not only makes […]
Hashtags. What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear that word? Frustration? Excitement? Indifference? Love them or hate them, when used properly hashtags can be a great […]
Carla is sharing her story as part of #WEcreateBC, an initiative of Women’s Enterprise Centre and Forum for Women Entrepreneurs that celebrates women entrepreneurs in BC and the communities who […]
Throughout my 30-year-career, I’ve worked in the private and public sector. Positions ranged from unpaid intern to director. Today, I have my own business, based at home. I’ve always gathered […]