Mompreneurs® is dedicated to the support, education, and promotion of women entrepreneurs across Canada, your ‘go-to’ resource for business success, connections, advice, education, and just about everything in between. No matter what stage of entrepreneurship you’re in, we’re here to help you reach your goals for success.

We strive to give members a platform where they can network with other female entrepreneurs and local businesses, and provide virtual and in-person events where they can learn, connect, and gain exposure for all their hard work. We are your business family, ready to make things happen and shake things up.

Mompreneur® News

5 Tips That Will Give You More Energy

Written by Karen Bivand It’s 6:30am – time to wake up!  How do you feel?  Do you jump out of bed eager to take on whatever challenges today has in store for you?  Or do you stagger around like a zombie until your third coffee?  If you are chronically exhausted, here are a few tips […]

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5 Tips for The Work-At-Home Mom

Written by Susan Brady Operating a successful home-based business is very time consuming and challenging.  You are not only responsible for the success of your business, but for your family as well. When running a business from home, it’s easy to let the paperwork, phone calls and emails keep you tied down, making you feel […]

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Is Anxiety Controlling Your Life?

Written by Amanda Brown It is absolutely “normal” for people to feel worry or fear, when you are about to face a challenging situation such as an examination, job interview, public speaking engagement or a recital. However, anxiety occurs when a reaction is blown right out of proportion with what might be a normally expected […]

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How To Enter the U.S. Market

Export to the South, to Build Up The world is your playground. The time is now for Canadian small businesses to think global and expand to markets across the world. However, going international doesn’t always include travelling a long distance – your desired market may just be south of the Canadian border. With a population […]

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When Finances Are Overlooked

Written by Stacey Aarssen It’s funny, the reaction I get when people ask me what I do for a living. When I say I’m a financial consultant and advisor, most will say, “Oh…”, and change the subject, likely because they don’t want to be asked about their personal finances. First they don’t want to feel […]

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