Women in Business

Four women-owned or led companies from Ottawa have been selected to participate in the third cohort of SheBoot, a bootcamp that prepares women entrepreneurs to secure investment.
Opening during the pandemic was stressful, admits Ranelle Larocque, owner of Queen Bee Millinery in Perth, but as it turned out, her timing was just right.
With 500 subscribers and more than 30,000 downloads, the Boss Babes podcast is a bubbly, Ottawa Valley-based voice for women-led businesses.
“We have to stop thinking about equality as though it’s just the right thing to do or the nice thing to do,” said Sueling Ching. “This is what is necessary for our economy to thrive … It’s not a ‘…
Jacqueline Collier recently became the second woman to head up the Kingston Home Builders Association (KHBA) since the group’s inception in 1954. She already knows what one of her priorities will be.
While lunch is often the most underappreciated meal of the day, it was not to be skipped for the dozens of Ottawa businesswomen who got together Monday to support each other and their community at
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Businesses and associations across Ottawa have had to find new and creative ways of connecting with clients and colleagues – a challenge the Women’s Business Network has fully embraced.
A well-respected partner with PwC who went public last year with her multiple sclerosis condition was honoured Friday at an inaugural luncheon hosted by the MS Society of Canada