Through our strategic partnership alliances, we will strenghten your entrepreneurial skills by sharing your best practices through networking, coaching, training, mentoring and B2B partnering throughout Southern Ontario.
Various training, in partnership with La Factorie Desjardins, such as accoutning, marketing, human resources, small business start-up along with how to choose the right business structure, branding, taxation, e-commerce, just to mention a few.
francophone or bilingual women over 18 years of age;
a for profit organization, this may include but not limited to:
An individual operating a small or medium-sized business
Business partnerships (2 entrepreneurs +)
Incorporated companies, corporations, and
An Indigenous oraganization
a women-owned and/or women-led business;
a small to medium SME - up to 499 employees;
located within the boundaries of Southern Ontario as defined by the Government of Canada;
registered or incorporated;
operational for at least 1 year;
able to provide financial statements (in house) and a financial report (in house) if applicable.
Non eligible applicants
Government or municipal entities.
Priority will be given to any of the following groups:
The PRCDC recognizes that many under-represented groups face unique economic challenges. Understanding that the participation of under-represented groups is an integral part of building strong and inclusive communities and this helps the PRCDC to deliver inclusinve programs in order to support all groups. Priority may be given to applicants that can demonstrate how they support inclusive growth of the following groups:
Divers women entrepreneurs, such as women with disabilities, Indigenous women, black women, women in rural regions, recent immigrants, visible minority women, women from Offical Language Minority Communities;
Women entrepreneurs with projects seeking to pursue market opportunities abroad (commercialization).