DATE: Thu, Oct 26
TIME: 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
LOCATION: Seaway Coworking 310 Bagot Street Kingston, ON K7K 3B4 Canada
TICKETS/RSVP: CLICK HERE
The past three years have seen women-owned busineses struggling to survive — but now, we are intent on moving from surviving to THRIVING together!
Don’t miss out on this fun and engaging opportunity to gather together in person with other WE-CAN clients to engage in authentic connection-building, collaboration and creative solution-finding.
First, we’ll hear from a panel of WE-CAN clients on the topic of “Moving from Surviving to Thriving as a Woman-Owned Business”.
The panel will include:
• Richa Rehan, Athletico Sports Physiotherapy
• Carol Ann Budd, Woodland Wealth Inc.
• Shamsa Hassan, Afiya Beauty
• Tammy Watson, Canadian Handywoman
• Moderator Kerry Ramsay, WE-CAN Project Manager
Following the panel, we’ll enjoy a Movement Break courtesy of WE-CAN client Nomusa Mngoma of Dansani Dance Company in Kingston. Get ready to have some FUN!
Next, we’ll take part in small group break-out sessions on “How to Thrive”, inspired by table leaders and conversation starters aimed at stimulating creative discussion.
Finally, we’ll take part in a hands-on creative project led by Cody McCallum of Cody Calligraphy.
We hope you’ll set aside some time to join us for this refreshing and well-deserved chance to THRIVE as you work towards launching, growing or scaling your business.
Space is limited to 50 registrants so register today!
“My mission in life is not to merely survive, but to thrive with passion, compassion, humor and style.” ~ Maya Angelou
Should you require accessibility supports for this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible since advance notice is necessary to arrange for some accessibility services.
ABOUT THE WE-CAN PROJECT:
The WE-CAN Project is led by Queen’s University with a mission to inspire and empower existing and aspiring women entrepreneurs by providing them with tools, resources, expert mentors, networks and community building to expand existing businesses and to launch new ventures.
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