W.I.L.L., Womxn Indigenous Legacy Leaders
The W.I.L.L., Womxn Indigenous Legacy Leaders webinar series is a 5-day event that focuses on creating a space to empower Indigenous womxn through storytelling, wisdom and knowledge sharing.
Are you looking for a unique opportunity to learn from global Indigenous womxn leaders? Do you identify as an Indigenous womxn with an entrepreneurial spirit? Is creating a business high on your list of TO DO’s but don’t know where to start? Would you like to learn the types of e-commerce and business financials, along with other financial literacy relevant topics such as taxes on and off-reserve, credit, and debt management?
Being financially literate helps us make financial decisions with confidence and better equips us with the knowledge and skills we need to manage money effectively. Planning for life events can help us make better-informed judgments with the management of money. Starting a business can feel overwhelming for someone who does not have guidance or support. Learning about business offers employment opportunities to individuals by which they generate income and improve their quality of life. Learn more about business practices, challenges, and the latest trends in this space.
May 10-14, 2021
This 5-day webinar series starts by diving deeper into the meaning of:
- planning for your future
- business options
- how to start an e-commerce business
- business evaluation
- cost analysis
- + more!
“I think as Indigenous women entrepreneurs we have a different outlook on what entrepreneurship is. It’s not pure profit, it’s bringing along your family, your community and your nation.”
"What I love about this conference is there is such a unique mix of community, industry, womxn, elders and youth that get to connect in a way that is unusual in our normal day-to-day roles. This event enmarks a time to connect and address some of the issues that are common to all of us in the sector and try to lean into some of the positives that will further our communities and leadership for generations to come.”
“I accepted the invitation to be at this event because I feel like this is where I’m supposed to be to share my knowledge. I just want to give young entrepreneurs little pearls of wisdom instead of having them learn the hard way.”
“I enjoy being around these incredible Indigenous womxn that I know are doing amazing work within their communities. Being surrounded by these womxn ignites me in my soul to keep going.”