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  • 18 May 2017 10:04 AM | Anonymous

    The Great PEIBWA Road Trip is back this summer and we want to see you! The PEI Business Women's Association team will be hitting the road again this summer, visiting members across the Island and hopefully discovering a few new hidden gems (and exposing them to the world)! 

    Would you like the PEIBWA team to visit you this summer? Let us know all about you and your business HERE and we will be in touch when we finalize our road trip schedule.

  • 18 May 2017 9:55 AM | Anonymous

    PEI Business Women's Association is thrilled to announce that Camp Dynamo will be returning to Dalvay by the Sea the last weekend of September 2017.

    Camp Dynamo is a business conference for people who want to grow both professionally and personally, but hate traditional business conferences and the stale environments they take place at. We take 70 attendees to Dalvay by the Sea and offer a curated experience that is programmed to inspire, increase innovation, encourage collaboration and community, and grow their success. At Camp Dynamo we work hard to curate the perfect balance of great workshops, activities, hands-on classes and nighttime fun to get attendees out of their shell, to challenge them, to help them grow and get them to relax and have FUN. If you're not ever taking time for yourself, how the heck do you succeed in life?!

    Full details and registration information for Camp Dynamo can be found HERE.


  • 04 Apr 2017 2:31 PM | Anonymous

    At PEIBWA, we’re committed to empowering and inspiring PEI’s women to succeed in small business. That’s why we’re excited to introduce you to GoForth Institute - Canada's leading small business training program. GoForth teaches 100 Essential Small Business SkillsTM via online video. And they’re entrepreneurs just like you!
     
    Since 2009, they’ve trained over 10,000 entrepreneurs. These entrepreneurs know that out of the 150,000 new small businesses started in Canada each year, about 70% won’t see their fifth birthday – and that scares them. With GoForth, they learn all the skills they need to start, run, and grow their small business successfully.
     
    Here’s what you get with GoForth’s training:

    • Courses delivered via HD streaming online video - 10 modules, containing 30 video lessons at 20 minutes each.
    • Video lessons taught by expert instructors who are successful entrepreneurs.
    • Content that’s relevant to rural, agricultural, and First Nations entrepreneurs - and everyone in between!
    • Email access to instructors for questions about the content.
    • Downloadable worksheets and other material to help you customize your learning to suit your business.
    • The accompanying 550-page curriculum e-book is updated yearly.
    • One year unlimited access costs just $16.25 per month.

    PEIBWA would like to invite you to exclusive webinars hosted by GoForth Founder and CEO Dr Leslie McGeough. She’ll share her own experiences in small business, and you’ll learn how GoForth’s training is uniquely suited to helping PEIBWA members succeed.

    These webinars will be happening April 11 and 12 @ 1 pm Atlantic Time

    On a computer, use any browser and go to https://join.me/goforth-demo . Nothing to download. On a phone or tablet, launch the join.me app and enter meeting code: goforth-demo 

    Join the audio conference: 
    Dial a phone number and enter access code, or connect via internet. 
    Canada - Charlottetown   +1.902.200.0149 ​

    **PEIBWA members keep an eye on your emails for a special discount rate on registration that is for PEIBWA members only**


  • 07 Mar 2017 9:33 AM | Anonymous

    Even a year ago it seemed impossible - that we could imagine we would reach 400 members. In the history of PEIBWA, we have never exceeded 350 give or take a few, and have been under 200 in challenging times.  But at the very end of last week, we did it - we saw our 400th member join our community.  The more members we reach, the more value we can and do bring, so thank you to all who support, engage, show up, register, talk, mentor, learn, teach, network, and share. We're all in this together! 

  • 09 Jan 2017 12:45 PM | Anonymous

    If you're in the non-profit sector, you don't need me to tell you that every dollar counts and there are never enough of them. That's why it is so exciting when we find a resource that can provide a discount, or even free - and especially when it is for really useful things like tech!  

     If you are a registered nonprofit, charity or public library in Canada, you may be eligible to get donated software from up to 30 companies such as Microsoft, Symantec and Intuit. All you have to do is sign up with TechSoup Canada and get qualified. TechSoup Canada also has amazing resources to help you learn more about how technology can benefit your organization. Find out how it works and check out the list of products available. 

    Here at PEIBWA, this program has enabled us to access Adobe professional design products, PC security software, accounting software and even ChromeBooks for our office - all products that have increased our impact and helped our resources stretch. 

    Note: if you are based in the US, head to TechSoup.org 

    The Google for Nonprofits Program offers qualified organizations access to free versions of paid Google products and special features designed for nonprofits. These tools can help nonprofits find new donors and volunteers, work more efficiently, and get supporters to take action. You can get access to the same apps and cloud based services used by business, free of charge. Organizations already registered with TechSoup can apply directly. 

    Hannah Bell MBA

    Executive Director, PEIBWA

  • 22 Dec 2016 9:00 AM | Anonymous


    The PEI Business Women's Association office will be closed for the Holidays December 22, 2016 to January 3, 2017. 

    We did some great things in 2016 and we are looking forward to doing even more in 2017.

  • 15 Nov 2016 10:23 AM | Anonymous

    Did you know that PEIBWA is collecting gift cards for the Anderson House Christmas Wish Program again this year? We're asking for folks to donate $25 gift cards that will allow mothers to shop for their families this holiday season. Bring your gift cards to the mixer at Dynamic Fitness this Wednesday but if you can't make it and would still like to donate you can drop gift cards off to the PEIBWA office anytime. You can also donate online here: http://peibwa.org/fundraising

  • 04 Nov 2016 10:10 AM | Anonymous

    The annual Women in Business Symposium sells out every year, so don't wait to get your tickets! Early bird price tickets for PEIBWA members and the general public are now on sale - but there are only a limited number available and once they're gone, regular pricing is in effect! 

    A ticket to the Symposium could be a great Christmas gift - book now!

  • 17 Oct 2016 9:04 AM | Anonymous

    Who would you like to see featured in the next edition of the Telling Our Stories campaign?

    In March 2015 we launched the Telling Our Stories series. Since that time three mini magazines were printed in partnership with G! Magazine/The Guardian and four digital profiles were published online in partnership with UPEI School of Business MBA Program. These profiles featured the stories of incredible women in our community who are working hard and making significant impacts in their chosen fields.

    In March 2017 we will be releasing the newest edition of the Telling Our Stories campaign, featuring women who are leaders on Prince Edward Island. We are looking to identify a group of phenomenal Island women who are leaders in the areas of political, cultural, economic and social achievement and we need your help. We will be publishing nine features digitally online.

    Submit your nomination HERE.


  • 12 Oct 2016 10:51 AM | Anonymous


    Due to the incredible popularity of the three previous times PEI Business Women's Association has offered the headshot session we are happy to announce that it is is happening again.

    PEIBWA has partnered up with Rachel Peters Photography and Sharon Keller from Bounce Hair Studio to offer a natural light headshot session. These sessions usually cost $250+ but are being offered at a rate of $135 for PEIBWA members and $185 for non-PEIBWA members.

    You, as either the business owner or a valued team member, are the face of your business. That’s why having a professional headshot is so essential. Taking a photo with your phone’s camera just doesn’t cut it.

    The date for the sessions is November 18th. Limited spaces are available and these sessions always sell out. Book your space today HERE.


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