Get your 30% CFIB discount and Grow Your Business at E-Series Toronto 2016

Get your 30% CFIB discount and Grow Your Business at E-Series Toronto 2016

CFIB is a proud sponsor of the E-Series Toronto 2016. E-Series Toronto is an educational + mentorship program for women entrepreneurs in the GTA and across Ontario who need targeted support to take their business to the next level. The Forum for Women Entrepreneurs is bringing this tried-and-true program to Toronto on Tuesday, October 25, 2016 at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel.

This full-day, immersive educational program, which is often described as a “mini MBA,” provides classroom-style sessions on business topics such as capital raising, corporate + employment law, marketing + branding and more. Each participant will also be matched with a Mentor for 12 months of 1:1 support to ensure they have the insight and feedback they need.

They are featuring an exceptional group of entrepreneurs + leaders to teach the program, including:

 

brooksJudy Brooks
Entrepreneur + FWE Board Member

 

dehartJohn DeHart
Co-Founder, Nurse Next Door Home Care Services

kottMarla Kott
CEO, Imprint Plus + Member of the W100
ramsdenKelsey Ramsden
Twice named Canada’s #1 Female Entrepreneur by PROFIT W100
williamsRossann Williams
President,
Starbucks Canada

Targeted for Businesses from Start-Up to $1M+ in revenues.

E-Series Toronto will run three classes simultaneously, so no matter what your size of business, you’ll be placed in a class of women entrepreneurs at a similar stage in business.

The application deadline is October 1 and spots are limited, so apply today.  The program cost is $500 (no tax), and for CFIB Members we are pleased to offer an exclusive 30% discount, to $350 total. To enjoy these savings, simply indicate that you are a CFIB member on question 11 in the application form.

The program includes:

  • Full day of education
  • Breakfast, lunch, dinner
  • 12 months of continued support with a Mentor.

Click here to see full program details and to apply.

Grants Available!

A limited number of grants are available to provide partial subsidization of tuition, travel expenses (outside the GTA), or both. Applying for a grant is as easy as completing a couple additional application questions at the end.

Learn More About E-Series | A Tried-and-Tested Program

ramsay3E-Series 2016 grad Ashley Ramsay (Co-Founder + Producer of Yeti Farm Creative, the second largest female-run animation studio in BC with revenues $1M+) had this to say about her E-Series experience:

“My company was in an incredible growth curve and pivotal point and I left E-Series with key takeaways that I applied in the eye of the storm. In hindsight, I don’t know what I would have done at that time without it.

Had I not [done E-Series], I’m sure I would still be wandering around grasping for certain key pillars that I obtained during a few short (but jam packed) days at E-Series. It’s a critical experience for you as you grow your business and align yourself for pivotal growth phases.”

Hear what others have had to say about E-Series in this testimonial video:

Meet some of our E-Series alumni:

Lara Kozan (Co-Founder, YYoga + Nectar Juicery)
Lori Joyce and Heather White (Co-Founders, Original Cupcakes + Stars of  W Network’s ‘The Cupcake Girls’)
Andrea Scott (Co-Founder, skoah, with 17 locations in Canada + US)

apply-nowThe program cost is $500 (no tax),  $350 for CFIB members,  To enjoy your member discount, simply indicate that you are a CFIB member on question 11 in the application form.

 

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