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The Go To Podcast Season 3: The Builders

WEOC is proud to support this engaging podcast, produced by FWE in partnership with the Scotiabank Women Initiative. Each episode is full of advice and insight from some of Canada’s most innovative women entrepreneurs.

Edisode 2: February 11, 2021

Winning with Partnerships and Teams

Fueling your growth as an entrepreneur can often mean embracing Co-Founders, Partners and new team members. In this episode, we learn how smart onboarding, efficient processes, the right investment partners, and strong leadership has supported Marie Chevrier Schwartz, Founder and CEO of Sampler, in scaling her business and achieving her goals.

Then, we discuss the benefits of finding partners who can share in your entrepreneurial journey with Vivian McCormick, Anna Heyd, and Oana Papuc, Co-Founders of Flax Sleep. We touch on how they built their team, as well as the vows, coaching (and paperwork) they have put in place to make it a success.

This episode will inspire ideas on how you, too, can build winning partnerships and thriving teams.

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Episode 1: January 27, 2021

Funding Your Vision and Finding Your Wings: “Dream it, design it, do it”

Knowing how to successfully raise capital to support your vision for business growth can be challenging. First, we discuss lessons learned from Connie Lo and Laura Burget, Co-Founders of the natural skincare brand, ThreeShips, as they fund their vision and build their successful partnership.

Then, we dive in with Teara Fraser, LEO / Founder at Iskwew Air and Lead, Disruption & Design at Raven Institute, and discover how “getting her wings gave her wings”. Her actions inspire all entrepreneurs to write the story of their business that they want, as well as to stand fiercely with a deep love for what matters.

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