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Tuesday, 13 March 2012
Wachiay’s “Blueprint for Success: Women’s Entrepreneurial Program” is pleased to announce the launch of its new website at http://womeninbusiness.wachiay.org . The site showcases the program and provides direct access to HD video highlights of the Blueprint program.
The “Blueprint” program was first launched by the Wachiay Friendship Centre in April 2010.
“We are very proud of this innovative workshop and mentoring program we have created” cites Jay Silverberg, Coordinator, Wachiay Business Programs. “We deal with business advice on a very ‘street smart – no rose coloured glasses’ approach, and focus down on what it takes to get into business, grow your business, and succeed in business. We cover both the rewards, and the risks, providing a balanced approach in a highly user-friendly style. This includes all of our guest speakers as well”, he concludes.Follow the links on our new website to find out “What’s New?” for women in business in our e-magazine or sign up for the next workshop series starting May 31st. Participants have access to a wide range of FREE services and resources, including Wachiay’s Business Resource Centre, “Live Plan” a business plan development software program, a pro forma budgeting program, one-on-one mentoring, access to publications through Self-Counsel Press and much more. ALL FREE. In addition, Wachiay offers participants FREE child care subsidies. Follow the link to our Facebook page and find out more about the Blueprint program.
The Wachiay Friendship Centre has been delivering a series of 12 free workshops for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal women in business, as well as to those women aspiring to get into business. The program provides practical advice to women entrepreneurs or those considering entrepreneurship. To register for the next series, starting May 31st, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 338-7793, ext. 261.
This project has been funded through Status of Women Canada’s Women’s Program
Written by Women in Business
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