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Every year, PARO Centre for Women's Enterprise celebrates the successes of northern women in business at its Enterprising Women Awards. The Awards are a major highlight of the PARO Annual General Meeting which includes a workshop, tradeshow and gala event.
Nominations for Enterprising Women Awards are accepted from the public in categories including New Business, Established Business, Young Entrepreneur and Francophone Entrepreneur.
For more information and to learn more about this year's winners visit EnterprisingWomen.ca
Enterprising Women 2015
PARO Centre for Women’s Enterprise (PARO) invites you to our annual Enterprising Women Awards on November 12, 2015 at the Valhalla Inn, Thunder Bay.
The Enterprising Women Awards is a celebration of accomplishments and a great learning opportunity! This extraordinary one-day and evening event will be packed with an inspiring keynote and workshops, motivating speed mentoring sessions, a one of a kind tradeshow, engaging networking opportunities, and an awards gala honouring northern women who have made positive contributions in their community.
The workshops and speed mentoring sessions, this year, will provide tools and hints on how to ingnite profitability while growing their businesses and inspiring change. During the speed mentoring session and workshops, our speakers and mentors will share what they have learned from their experience in operating a business. This event is open to women, men, youth, as well as local organizations.
To Register for the event Click Here
What's an Enterprising Woman?
An enterprising woman can dream but she realizes that she must do more than dream to achieve her goals, she must act.
An enterprising woman works hard every day to bring her dreams to fruition but also to support her family and community.
Enterprising women are every age, every culture and every background. They have diverse skills, knowledge and talents.
Individually and together, enterprising women are creating positive change across Northern Ontario.