Underserved women entrepreneurs are empowered to establish and grow their businesses in British Columbia and across Canada through tailored, innovative, and specialized services.Visit Website
• Entrepreneurial skills training cohorts
• Business workshops on a wide range of topics
• One-on-one business advisory sessions
• Mentoring sessions
• Networking events
• Government resources and updates
“In less than 6 months, I built a business in Vancouver. I set up a bank account, registered my business name, and got a license.”
• Women of the Diverse/Intersectional or Under-served Women, which defines that they include, but not limit to women with disabilities; Indigenous women; women in rural or remote regions; recent immigrants; visible minority women; women who identify as two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender individuals; and women from Official Language Minority Communities (OLMCs);
• Must have a viable business idea.
The IWEP is funded by the Government of Canada’s Women Entrepreneurship Strategy.
Integrated Women’s Entrepreneurship Project