MEDIA RELEASE: Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce Announces Trusted Partnerships to Support Business Members

[TORONTO, CANADA, February 1, 2024] – The Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce (CanWCC), a national advocate for women-identifying and non-binary entrepreneurs, is proud to announce a series of strategic partnerships aimed at bolstering support and resources for its members. These partnerships with leading organizations across various sectors represent CanWCC’s commitment to providing comprehensive support and opportunities for its diverse community.

The new 2024 Trusted Partners include:

AJT Communications: Experts in public relations and media and presentation training, empowering businesses to generate publicity, connect with their audience and communicate with confidence.

Jelly Digital Marketing & PR: Jelly is an award-winning digital marketing & PR agency made up of a team of go-getters, storytellers, and experts in all things digital.

Kenneth L. Doody & Associates: Specializing in offering tailored financial and business advisory services to meet the unique needs of entrepreneurs and small businesses.

Link HR Inc.: A human resources consultancy that provides practical solutions and strategic advice to help businesses hire, develop, and retain talent.

The Women’s Leadership Intensive: A program and community dedicated to gender equity and empowering women through leadership development and executive coaching.

Udutu: Innovators in online learning solutions, offering accessible and engaging training platforms that enable organizations to keep top talent, ensuring a skilled, compliant, and motivated workforce.

VUKA Works: A company that specializes in driving business growth and innovation through strategic consulting and learning-and-application products for entrepreneurs. 

Through these partnerships, CanWCC members will have access to an array of resources and expertise, including leadership training, marketing and PR support, financial advice, human resources consulting, and innovative business strategies. These collaborations are designed to support the unique needs of women-identifying and non-binary entrepreneurs, helping them to thrive in a competitive business landscape.

“Our strategic partnerships with these esteemed organizations reflect our ongoing commitment to providing our members with the support and resources they need to succeed. We are excited about the opportunities these collaborations will bring to our community,”  said Nancy Wilson, founder and CEO of Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce.

CanWCC continues to seek out partnerships that align with its mission to create equal opportunities for women-identifying and non-binary entrepreneurs. These collaborations are a testament to the power of collective effort and the shared vision of fostering a more inclusive and successful business environment in Canada.

About CanWCC:

The Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce is a nationally incorporated, not-for-profit organization dedicated to advocating and advancing diverse women-identifying and non-binary entrepreneurs across Canada.

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