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Widening Financing Pathways for Women Entrepreneurs
March 17, 2021
Adequately financing women entrepreneurs’ is a necessary step to creating an equitable entrepreneurial ecosystem. Yet research clearly shows that women entrepreneurs face barriers to financing at the societal, organizational, and […]
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See It, Be It: Challenging Stereotypes and Bias
March 12, 2021
Successful women entrepreneurs do not only support their families and local communities, drive economic growth and innovation, and create valuable opportunities for fellow Canadians. Their stories also help to inspire […]
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On International Women’s Day, WEKH Challenges Stereotypes in Entrepreneurship
March 8, 2021
Organizations and individuals around the world are coming together today to mark International Women’s Day (IWD). This year, WEKH is leading the conversation as we “Choose to Challenge” stereotypes in […]
A WE-Hub Success Story: Dr. Bhairavi Shankar’s IndusSpace
March 1, 2021
“As Canadians, the goal is to highlight what our contributions are to space exploration, and through our programming, help people meet others in the Canadian space sector.” This is the […]
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She-Covery: The Role of Women’s Entrepreneurship in Pandemic Recovery
March 1, 2021
As Canada begins to focus on post-pandemic economic recovery, supporting women entrepreneurs is more critical than ever before. It is clear that structural barriers long-faced by women entrepreneurs have been […]
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Future of Canadian Unicorns Looks Promising
February 19, 2021
Md Saifur Rahman & Ken Grant | Ted Rogers School of Management A WEKH project is examining the role of women in the creation and management of Unicorn startups. “Unicorns” […]
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See It. Be It.
February 12, 2021
Women entrepreneurs are crushing stereotypes When asked to name three entrepreneurs, many might think of Steve Jobs, Bill Gates or Mark Zuckerberg. The stereotypes that tie the word “entrepreneur” to […]
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Mikwam Makwa Ikwe (Ice Bear Woman): A National Needs Analysis on Indigenous Women’s Entrepreneurship
February 9, 2021
Mikwam Makwa Ikwe, Anishinaabe for Ice Bear Woman, is the name given to the Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub during a traditional pipe ceremony with Elder Margaret Lavallee of Sagkeeng First […]
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A WE-Hub Success Story: Janelle’s Fusion Fit Foods
December 23, 2020
“I know I would not have started a successful business if it weren’t for WE-Hub.”  These are the words of entrepreneur Janelle Jordan, founder of Fusion Fit Foods. Janelle launched […]
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Breaking Barriers: Indigenous Women Entrepreneurship & the Power of Community
December 22, 2020
Indigenous women entrepreneurs who are supporting their communities while making their mark on our skies and helping thousands feel more comfortable in their own skin recently joined us to share […]
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