Women Entrepreneurs

From Lab 2 Fulfillment Q&A Session - February

Join women entrepreneurs from the WE-CAN community for a discussion on how we can improve our web sites to increase traffic + conversions.

Know Your Numbers: Strategies for Financial Success

Join the WE-CAN community of women entrepreneurs along with mentor Judith Pineault to learn how to make your business numbers work for you!

Moving from Career to Entrepreneurship

Join other women in the WE-CAN community to learn if making the transition from traditional career to entrepreneurship is right for you.

WE-CAN: Accessibility Cafe for Women Entrepreneurs (December 2021)

Join the WE-CAN community of women entrepreneurs to celebrate and support businesses run by women with disabilities in the Kingston region

WE-CAN: Women + Wealth: How to Futureproof Your Finances

If you're a woman entrepreneur in Ontario who's planning for her financial future, then join us for this practical and profitable workshop.

From Lab 2 Fulfillment Q&A Session

Join women entrepreneurs from the WE-CAN community for a discussion on how we can improve our web sites to increase traffic + conversions.

WEMA and Queen’s Researcher present novel cervical cancer screening service and take home Audience Choice Award in FACIT Falcons’ Fortunes pitch competition

Mar 08, 2022

WEMA Inc. and Queen’s researcher Karen Yeates is aiming to make the screening process more accessible to women, especially in remote communities, via a novel cervical cancer screening service.

WE-CAN client W.C. Creatives hopes to inspire other Indigenous artists and entrepreneurs

Mar 02, 2022

W.C. Creatives offers a modern take on native jewelry, fashion and crafts. Unique and costume pieces range from acrylic paintings to statement necklaces. Their work can be seen in their trade square boutique inside the Fort Henry National Historic Site.

Local WE-CAN client baking up success with help of various programs

Feb 25, 2022

What started out as a mother-daughter pastime quickly developed into a business. Over the past couple of months, Bread By Élise has built a home-based commercial kitchen and launched a new online store.

Thanks to the WE-CAN Project, Go Green Baby was able to plan and implement better digital presence

Feb 17, 2022

Amanda Findlay is the owner of Go Green Baby, a vibrant community hub for parents and children in Kingston, Ontario. The pandemic forced them to pivot and make changes to their digital presence.