Catherine Roque, manager, Aboriginal Business Services, at the Business Development Bank of Canada talks about her family life and why she loves helping Aboriginal entrepreneurs through the BDC.
Watch more videos at the IdeaConnector YouTube channel
Aboriginal Women's Sharing Circle
Watch and read stories of Aboriginal women entrepreneurs who share practical insights and tips on how they achieved success. "It's about women supporting women to become extraordinary in business." Comments and other participation are welcome through their social media.
Useful business funding info
from the BDC
Some things to check out:
- The Growth Capital for Aboriginal Business program finances the start-up and expansion of small businesses – for Aboriginal entrepreneurs operating on or off reserves in Canada.
Are you an Aboriginal entrepreneur?
If not, would you like to be?
The Aboriginal Skilled Workers Association has programs and supports in place to help you grow your business.
Whether your business is big or small, ASWA's resource team can help you identify the actions you need to take to move your business forward. We can help you create a vision, a stategy and a plan that will take you to the next level.
When you join the Smartpreneur entrepreneurs' club, you will receive expert business advice, newsletters and announcements, and access to Internet-based training events. There is no cost to join and no risk!
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