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How two women entrepreneurs joined forces during COVID-19

Published: October 26, 2020

Kerry Maher has been a member with the CWB since 2017. She is the owner of Freshii in Scotia Square, a healthy fast food alternative. She also teaches golf and fitness. Cheyenne Rose was a…

Five Individuals And Organizations Promoting Greater Diversity In Nova Scotia’s Tech Sector

Published: October 23, 2020

The awards celebrate industry leaders who are going above and beyond to promote diversity and inclusion in the province’s tech sector. Digital Nova Scotia CEO Wayne Sumarah presented the awards on October 21 as part…

NSBI & CWB seek matchmaking services for virtual trade mission to Boston February 2021

Published: October 20, 2020

Nova Scotia Business Inc (NSBI), in collaboration with the Centre for Women in Business (CWB), is coordinating a multi-sector virtual trade mission to Boston, Massachusetts, for high growth, women-owned or women-led businesses, planned for February…

How women-owned small businesses are adapting their business to stay profitable during pandemic

Published: October 19, 2020

Patty Howard, the owner of Kitchen Door Catering, is one of the business owners benefiting from the support of the Centre for Women in Business’s recovery program. Continue reading the article in The Chronicle Herald.…

CWB launches second annual Nova Scotia Start Up Challenge

Published: October 19, 2020

The Centre for Women in Business and Ryerson University Diversity Institute are pleased to announce the second annual Nova Scotia Start Up Challenge for immigrant women entrepreneurs. The Start Up Challenge encourages and supports immigrant…