A Strong Recovery for Women in Business

In every corner of Canada, the people who power small and medium-sized businesses are the backbone of our economy. From small family-run shops on main street to thriving hubs of innovation, they’re the engines of our communities.

The pandemic has taken a devastating toll on them, and especially on women entrepreneurs and business owners who already faced greater barriers.

If we want a strong economic recovery where nobody is left behind, we need solutions that build up small and medium-sized businesses while empowering women to succeed.

Join Canada 2020 on May 11, 2021, as we discuss the unique obstacles faced by women in business, and explore how to empower, support, and prioritize them in Canada’s recovery.

We will be joined by:

  • Tabatha Bull, President & CE0 of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business
  • Puja Subrun, Marketing Director – Canada, Quickbooks
  • Rachel Bendayan, Member of Parliament for Outremont and Parliamentary Secretary for Small Business, Export Promotion, and International Trade
  • Kim Rudd, former Ontario MP, past President and owner of Willis College, Co-Founder of Cook School Day Care, and past President of the Northumberland Central Chamber of Commerce

This event will be broadcasted on Zoom and Canada 2020’s Facebook pageRegister for the event here.

Featured Participants

  • Kim Rudd
    Former Ontario MP, past President and owner of Willis College, Co-Founder of Cook School Day Care, and past President of the Northumberland Central Chamber of Commerce Bio
  • Puja Subrun
    Marketing Director - Canada, Quickbooks Bio
  • Rachel Bendayan
    Member of Parliament for Outremont and Parliamentary Secretary for Small Business, Export Promotion, and International Trade Bio
  • Tabatha Bull
    President & CEO, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business Bio