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This event is free and open to Indigenous women and gender-diverse
entrepreneurs in Canada.

Indigenous Women Entrepreneurs
Speakers’ Panel: How We’re Doing Business with the Government of Canada
5 Real-Life Examples of How to Sell within a $25 Billion Marketplace

Wednesday, November 25th @ 2 PM Eastern via Zoom

Are you an Indigenous Woman in business? What if we told you there’s a $25 billion dollar marketplace just waiting to be cracked! It’s the Government of Canada, and we help you get connected.

Join our Indigenous Women Entrepreneur’s Speakers Panel along with OSME (Office of Small and Medium Enterprises) and Indigenous Services Canada on November 25th. Hear from women already doing business with the government, and learn how you can seize this opportunity!

Covering Industries from Tech to Staffing, Special Guest Panelists include:

Genevieve Cumpson, Drapeau Automatic Sprinkler Corp.
Janice Larocque, Spirit Staffing
Julie Lepage, Acosys Consulting Services Inc.
Sylvie Ouellette, Versatil BPI Inc. (IBM Business Partner)
Wendy Roberts, Makwa Resourcing

Plus!
Indigenous Services Canada and OSME Guest Speakers Show You How-to Get Started

In addition to our speaker’s panel, guest speakers from Indigenous Services Canada and OSME (Office of Small and Medium Enterprises) will provide a brief overview of how federal procurement works, what the myths are, and how to access this $20 – $25 Billon annual marketplace.

Attendees will learn how the Government of Canada purchases goods and services from Indigenous suppliers, including set-asides, standing offers/supply arrangements, and subcontracting opportunities, and how to make the most of these opportunities. Attendees will also learn how to register and maximize the use of their business listing in the Indigenous Business Directory (IBD).

All attendees of this event will receive a direct link to our follow-up event – a more in-depth how-to workshop scheduled for Tuesday, December 8th, 2020.

Click Here to Register!

This event is free and open to Indigenous women and gender-diverse
entrepreneurs in Canada.