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How to Be a WIB Social Media Butterfly

To celebrate International Women’s Day 2015 themed “Make It Happen”, Words Matter Week 2015 and business, Women in Business (WIB) held at “Make Your Business Happen” event on March 6th at the German Canadian Club London in London, Ontario. The event featured Carol Johnston, Founder of The London Children’s Museum, and book signing by women authors.

Entrepreneur Program for High School Girls

Entrepreneurship as a career option has gain significant momentum in Canada so engaging youth to become entrepreneurs and grow entrepreneurial skills follows in importance. This is particularly true for young women since entrepreneurial and leadership characteristics as well as economic prosperity are experienced differently by women.

Learn Code to Pay-It-Forward

Software applications (also known as ‘apps’) have become a major part of business, and life in general. The diversity of apps has allowed for higher productivity levels, convenience in completing tasks, and greater communication across the globe.

Entrepreneurial Quotes from Eye on Enterprise

Yesterday`s Eye on Enterprise conference (#SpotTheOpportunity) presented by the London Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) had inspirational small business stories that reminded everyone of the importance of entrepreneurs to the economy,  a willingness to learn and gain knowledge to be successful, and getting support from others.

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Five Ways to Market Your Brand

This post was created to elaborate on a 5 minute talk about ways to market your brand given by Colleen G. McCauley as requested at the WIB conference on January 23, 2015.