Entering the world of organized business support can be overwhelming. Follow Sophia as she begins exploring ways of helping her business grow.
Many trade agreements and international relationships exist between Canada and other countries, giving Canadian entrepreneurs an important advantage when considering scaling internationally.
Opening up into massive economies like India also means dealing with overwhelming details and diversity.
So, here is a round-up of all the resourceful articles we’ve produced to help you get started.
It is easy to lose sight and remember that starting a company essentially means solving a problem for the community and providing solutions; while being able to scale and grow with the idea. Let’s take it a step ahead and look at sustaining it.
How can companies create conducive environments for women to thrive, bridge the gap, and establish inclusive norms? Let’s talk a little about that today and get you started.
We’ve put together a lot of resources, tips, tools, and tricks for women entrepreneurs, and this post collates the most helpful ones.
A combination of established strategies and a good measure of personal innovation can make for a great mix. In this post, we present stories of 3 companies that successfully made it across the shore and what we can learn from each of them.
While a leader isn’t necessarily an entrepreneur, leadership skills are almost a requirement in the realm of entrepreneurship.
The common goal of any business is, amongst other things, to scale and grow, but it’s important to understand that a key propeller of growth is managing risk. Survival often lies in managing and embracing it at every stage.
If you are a Canadian entrepreneur looking to gain perspective on how women start their companies and grow on the other side of the world – you will find this article resourceful.