How does this work: Newcomer to Toronto? Think you might have that entrepreneurial drive? Thinking of starting a business, or have already launched one? Then this course is for you. Nadine Spencer, one of Toronto’s most prominent Black female entrepreneurs, will be teaching a Master Class BBPA Boss Women Entrepreneurship Training Sponsored by Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub through the Diversity Institute. (The Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub (WEKH) shares research and resources on women entrepreneurs in Canada. Made up of 10 regional hubs, WEKH operates in both official languages and includes a network of over 250 organizations, reaching more than 100,000 women entrepreneurs.WEKH is a part of the Government of Canada’s Women Entrepreneurship Strategy that aims to increase women entrepreneurs’ access to financing, talent, networks and expertise)
It’s a training program, helping women to become successful bosses of thriving businesses. Spencer, CEO of the marketing agency BrandEQ, and President of the Black Business and Professional Association (BBPA), will be offering inside tips, tactics and strategies for female success.
Each week industry professionals will share expert insights to women in this hands-on workshop.