Home

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

7 Tips to Create a Follow-Up Strategy

Written by Grace Moores If you don’t have a follow-up strategy, you are setting yourself up for disappointment. Most of my clients never returned my initial calls or emails, but they did with follow-up, which in turn has brought in revenue and resources over the years. Follow-up is not hard to do and doesn’t take up a […]

Read More
The Most Important Thing You Need in Order to Succeed

Written by Andrea ArEsse This morning I was once again able to meet with an incredible group of women. This group truly supports with an open heart. Moms empowering moms. Women empowering women. While many of our avenues are different, the common ground is the same : be our best, and work damn hard to […]

Read More
How Renovating Your Business Space Can Boost Sales

Expert Advice from domilya GROUP Every single type of business has its fair share of competition. Creating a plan to support your success means ensuring that you are taking steps to stay ahead of your competitors and consistently attract and retain customers. Renovating your commercial space can help keep your business ahead of the rest, […]

Read More
Don’t Let an Overactive Bladder Interrupt Your Work

Written by Madelaine Golec As a busy entrepreneur or business owner, the last thing you want stealing your attention is your bladder, and yet that is exactly with an overactive bladder does. The International Continence Society defines Overactive Bladder (OAB) as urgency, with or without incontinence and increased daytime/nighttime urinating (1, 2). So basically it feels […]

Read More