As in any new project, it takes a ‘tribe’ of support. We are very grateful to the participating manufacturers, businesses, colleges, and professional associations that have embraced and believed in the importance of this new initiative.
*Women Mean Business Network and Support Kingston are bringing together a golden opportunity for 10 local businesses to get free social media advertising for one month which will help boost their online presence. It's fast, easy and affordable.
If you would like to know more about how to promote your business, please feel free to reach out email@example.com or call : 1- 519-546-0460
Check out www.travelwithkids101.com for ideas on places to visit and things to do with the family this summer!
Save on your vacation! Learn more at : Ontario Staycation Credit
Conveniently located in the heart of Queen's University Campus, just steps away from Kingston's scenic waterfront and just minutes away from downtown Kingston for that total visit experience!
Contest runs from June 21 to July 22nd! Go To WMB's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/womenmeanbusinessygk
Just LIKE the post and TAG the lucky person you would share this experience with!
the Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business and Economic Development, announced a call for applications to deliver the Inclusive Women Venture Capital Initiative (IWVCI), a new $15 million investment under the $6 billion Women Entrepreneurship Strategy.
Women-owned businesses currently receive just 2.8% of venture capital (VC) funding available worldwide, and an estimated 4% of VC funding in Canada. Women are also under-represented among equity investors, representing only 15.2% of Canadian VC partners and 16.7% of Canadian angel investors.
Pow Wow Pitch is a pitch competition for Indigenous entrepreneurs across Turtle Island to shine the spotlight on pow wow vendors, artists, business builders and innovators from all backgrounds and industries, whether just starting or looking to grow to the next level.
This year, more than 2,500 Indigenous entrepreneurs will pitch their businesses online and in person for a chance to win cash prizes ranging from $100 to $25,000, with a total of $200,000 in cash prizes to give away!
The federal government recently announced the launch of the Canada Digital Adoption Program (CDAP), to help Canadian small- and medium-sized businesses grow their online presence and upgrade or adopt their digital technologies. The investment will provide $4 billion over four years in support of 160,000 small businesses.
Under this program, Canadian small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will be able to assess their digital readiness and apply for grants and loans online. This funding will help them leverage e-commerce opportunities, upgrade or adopt digital technologies, and digitize their operations to stay competitive and meet their customers’ needs in the digital marketplace.
50+years of Caring
St. Vincent de Paul Society will be building a new home, upgrading their services, and supporting the expanded needs of the community - all part of their Community Campaign 2020-2025.
In 2020 they served 27,277 meals in their meal program!
Caring and professional assistance for personal, family and work-related concerns
Services are free and confidential.
Learn-Grow-Share - 2022 Year of the Garden
Centrally located just 5 minutes’ walk from Kingston’s waterfront, K-Rock Center and 1000 Island Cruises, this hotel features an indoor pool, as well as a hot tub. Rooms include a small fridge. Satellite and cable TV is offered in all rooms at Holiday Inn Kingston-Waterfront.
A free morning newspaper and coffee-making facilities provide in-room convenience. Guests of the Kingston Holiday Inn can work out in the on-site fitness center, relax in the sauna and borrow a board game from the front desk. Conference facilities are available at this Kingston hotel.
Corporate events, meetings and weddings can be accommodated. Wharf & Feathers offers breakfast and dinner options. Overlooking Lake Ontario, its seasonal patio provides an outdoor dining space and entertainment during the summer weekends. Boutiques in the city center and Old Fort Henry National Historic Site are just 5 minutes’ walk away.
2 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario
Phone: (855) 680-3239
ReStart Employment Services is a proud supporter of women (and everyone) in the workplace!
Do you have a loved one who needs some help to stay at home safely? If you have any questions
reach out to Sue Robinson, Regional Manager & Care Planner for Right At Home Kingston.
Learn more about some of the amazing women owned businesses in our community!
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Gaby Eaton at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Josie Walsh at email@example.com
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