Collaboration is the Future for Small Business Owners

Marlene Marco

There is no doubt this past year has been a challenge for businesses of all sizes. Business models with a physical presence had to make huge shifts as the online economy became the only economy. And that online world opened a global economy through new software and new approaches. But in that global world how … Continue reading “Collaboration is the Future for Small Business Owners”

The51 Financial Feminist Membership

The51 Financial Feminist Membership

Women’s economic empowerment is key to unlocking gender equality. This includes participating equally in existing markets, acting as directors on boards, as venture capitalists, as entrepreneurs as business leaders, and as meaningful participants at all levels of economic decision-making. “Feminism” is the doctrine advocating social, political and all other rights of women as equal to … Continue reading “The51 Financial Feminist Membership”

100+ Resources for Canadian Women Entrepreneurs

Wendy Cukler & Sue Sutcliffe

Yesterday this women entrepreneur attended “Business, Government Services and You. A Spotlight on Women Entrepreneurs” in Toronto and was blown away by how all the ministries came together to make it easy to discover all the services they provide Canadian Women Entrepreneurs with. The view was amazing from Ontario Trade Centre, and I had the … Continue reading “100+ Resources for Canadian Women Entrepreneurs”

“Business is a Piece of Cake — Especially for the Ladies!” ~Heather Gamble

Heather Gamble, CEO, Women on the Move

If you need inspiration women, THIS is the video for you. This woman — Heather Gamble, CEO of Women on the Move, delivered a keynote at a recent conference I attended at the Community Innovation Lab in #DurhamRegion and I’m still floating on the energy and have come back to repower already a few times… … Continue reading ““Business is a Piece of Cake — Especially for the Ladies!” ~Heather Gamble”

Sue Sutcliffe is a proud new member of the Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce

Sue Sutcliffe is proud member of Canadian Women's Chamber of Commerce

The Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce (CanWCC) is a national not-for-profit organization that advocates for the economic priorities of women-owned, women-controlled, and women-led businesses. CanWCC provides supports to its members through skills development, resources, and community in order to strengthen the role of women in Canada’s business ecosystem. Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce

WOMEN’S RETREAT: Live The Life You Were Meant To (April 8+9, 2017) Haliburton, ON

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Do you believe that there is more for you in life? Have you been searching for your purpose? If you answered yes, you are in the right place. Life isn’t about just existing, being unhappy or being stuck in a job that is sucking the life out of you.  It’s about living life to the … Continue reading “WOMEN’S RETREAT: Live The Life You Were Meant To (April 8+9, 2017) Haliburton, ON”

POWER OF WOMEN CONFERENCE (June 23, 2016) Toronto features Mia Farrow, Dr. Joan Borysenko, Loretta LaRoche, Dr Mary Donohue, Karen Baring & Vivian Risi

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POWER OF WOMEN CONFERENCE is a platform where women come to be inspired, educated and empowered by some of the world’s most celebrated and successful women. This year, the line up is star studded: These six women leaders will deliver presentations in the areas of business development & finance, health & wellness live and in person at this years … Continue reading “POWER OF WOMEN CONFERENCE (June 23, 2016) Toronto features Mia Farrow, Dr. Joan Borysenko, Loretta LaRoche, Dr Mary Donohue, Karen Baring & Vivian Risi”

Rethinc Girls! 2013 Conference for Girls & Women (Nov.3, 2013)

AWEBthatWORKS is proud to sponsor Girls Inc. — an organization who’s mission is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart and bold. This years theme is “Girls Plugged In” and Sue Sutcliffe will be faciliating a workshop about you guessed it — social media. Rethinc Girls! 2013 Conference for Girls & Women.

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