Rural and Northern Women Entrepreneurs

Farmers are often excluded from the discussion of entrepreneurship generally, and from the discussion of women entrepreneurs in particular, even though they represent a longstanding example of Canadian entrepreneurship. Women in Canada are under-represented as majority owners of farms but importantly often have shared ownership, typically with their partners.

Led by Dr. Gina Grandy, Dean and Professor of Strategy and Leadership with the Hill-Levene Schools of Business at the University of Regina, the Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub will study the unique opportunities and challenges facing women entrepreneurs in rural communities and the north.

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