Category: Women’s Organizations

Alberta Women’s Entrepreneurs

Fuelling the entrepreneurial spirit of Alberta's women business owners is the Alberta Women's Entrepreneurs (AWE). Our interactive events and workshops, business advising and loans are designed to help you take action to grow your business.

Canadian Woman Entrepreneur Award

Canadian Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Awards site which recognizes and celebrates outstanding accomplishments of women entrepreneurs.

Catalyst

Research and advisory organization working on women in business. Offices in New York, San Jose and Toronto. Developed tools to help companies recruit, retain and advance women.

Centre For Women In Business (CWB)

The Centre is dedicated to helping entrepreneurial individuals address and overcome challenges facing them as they establish, operate and expand their own businesses, we serve entrepreneurial women in all phases of business from across Nova Scotia, from...

Girls inc.

Programs and services to inspire all girls to be strong, smart and bold.

New Brunswick Association Of CBDCs

The Community Business Development Corporations (CBDCs) are a network of autonomous, not-for-profit companies working to meet the needs of small business. There are 10 CBDCs in New Brunswick, each dedicated to the development of small business and job creation in...

Prince Edward Island Business Women’s Association

PEIBWA assists women in business by offering programs and services to meet their objectives. We serve women who are looking to start a business for the first time and existing female entrepreneurs who are looking to grow their businesses.

Travelling Alone

Tips for women traveling alone - Travel 101. Comprehensive information on hotels, restaurants that treat women well.

The Women’s Enterprise Centre

The Women's Enterprise Centre - Providing loans, financial assistance and a complete range of business services to women entrepreneurs in British Columbia

WBE Canada

WBE Canada is a Canadian non-profit organization that is opening doors to new supply chains. Led by corporate members, it certifies firms that are at least 51% owned, managed and controlled by women and connects them with the growing global demand from corporations...