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LiisBeth Original

The Problem with Bro-preneurship: On Display at Montreal’s Startupfest

The Problem with Bro-preneurship: On Display at Montreal’s Startupfest

Bro-preneurship culture is a recognized barrier to inclusion, so why do men over 40 still encourage it?

Amy Brings LiisBeth Inside The Tent

Amy Brings LiisBeth Inside The Tent

For savvy corporate intrapreneur and author Amy Dorn Kopelan, entrepreneurship wasn’t a choice. Meet LiisBeth’s newest contributor and columnist, and find out why!

Selling Up, Moving Up

Selling Up, Moving Up

While numerous organizations for women entrepreneurs exist in Toronto, Women on the Move is the only one that incorporates co-working space, business training, venture capitalist funding and a community network.

A Gender Lens on Digifest-Toronto’s Tech Conference for Creatives

A Gender Lens on Digifest-Toronto’s Tech Conference for Creatives

“It’s important to look at the roster and see how many women are actually speaking,”–Jennifer Davis

Confronting Gender Inequity And Inclusion in The Innovation Space

Confronting Gender Inequity And Inclusion in The Innovation Space

The Canadian government’s innovation strategy overlooks gender diversity.

8 Financing Resources for Women* Entrepreneurs

8 Financing Resources for Women* Entrepreneurs

All businesses need money to turn the wheels. Here are eight venture funds that target women entrepreneurs.

How To Embed Feminist Values In Your Company

How To Embed Feminist Values In Your Company

Until we are able to speak up, speak out, and speak our truth, we will be barred from full equality.

Meet Mithula Naik: Feminist Designer, Latent Entrepreneur

Meet Mithula Naik: Feminist Designer, Latent Entrepreneur

“Growing up I believed it was, in fact, harder to get a corporate job than start a business.”

Entrepreneurs by Choice; Activists By Necessity

Entrepreneurs by Choice; Activists By Necessity

For many women, particularly those working within oppressive environments, the very act of starting a business can be frighteningly disruptive to the social order.