WEOC is the authority on women’s entrepreneurship in Canada. Below are some resources compiled by WEOC and its member organizations.
LINKS TO ARTICLES
- Male and Female Entrepreneurs Get Asked Different Questions by VCs — and It Affects How Much Funding They Get
From Harvard Business Review. By Dana Kanze, Laura Huang, Mark A. Conley, E. Tory Higgins
- We Recorded VCs’ Conversations and Analyzed How Differently They Talk About Female Entrepreneurs
From Harvard Business Review. By Malin Malmstrom, Jeaneth Johansson, Joakim Wincent
WOMEN'S ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN CANADA
Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2015 Report
This analysis is designed to enhance understanding of innovative and productive entrepreneurship that can promote economic growth, job creation, sustainability, and quality of life. Uniquely, GEM paints a portrait of the individual entrepreneur (or intrapreneur); attitudes, activities, and aspirations. In this third year of renewed
Canadian participation, some indications of changes over time can now be discussed.
FINANCING WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS
WOMEN'S ENTREPRENEURSHIP SUPPORT PROGRAMS
FOR WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS
Intellectual Property Articles written by the Canadian Intellectual Property Office
Business Women in International Trade (BWIT)
The BWIT Program, which is part of the Trade Commissioner Service (TCS), is the only national program that provides targeted products and services to help women entrepreneurs internationalize. BWIT’s mandate is to link Canadian women entrepreneurs with international business opportunities to help spur their company’s growth.
Step-by-Step Guide to Exporting created by the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service
The Step-by-Step Guide to Exporting will help you get your business export-ready and well positioned for commercial success abroad. Learn the essential principles of exporting whether you are a novice, intermediate or advanced exporter. Download the free Guide today.