Tsuts'weye is focused on supporting women-owned businesses through this crisis so that when it is over you can get back to business as usual. We are keeping our eye on the situation and will provide other offerings in future to address needs as they emerge. We know this situation is fluid, and is changing on
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How are you holding up in this uncertain time? Dear Tsuts'weye Network, How are you holding up during this uncertain time? Are you coping alright? Have you found unique ways to adapt to the new conditions facing us as a country, and as entrepreneurs in an uncertain business environment? We are fortunate to have Tsuts'weye Network at
Tsuts’weye Women's Entrepreneur Network continues to grow! The Tsuts'weye Women's Entrepreneur Network is now six months into the project and women have shown loud and clear that there is a need for this project in the community! At this time we have: • 253 women registered in the network and 130 women have attended Tsuts'weye events.
Tsuts’weye Network and Salmon Arm Economic Development Society partner to provide business training workshops The Tsuts'weye Network is pleased to partner with the Salmon Arm Economic Development Society to provide business training workshops to local female entrepreneurs. As part of the Tsuts'weye Network initiative, members of the Tsuts’weye program may attend these courses at absolutely no cost! The
Welcome to Tsuts’weye! (Pronounced “Soots-way-e”, means butterfly, in Secwepemc) Tsuts’weye is a federally-funded project through Western Economic Development Canada, to support women entrepreneurs in the Shuswap through building skills, knowledge and networks. MEET OUR TEAM: Carmen Massey - Project Manager Julie John - Diversity Coordinator Caroline Grover - Entrepreneur in Residence Kari Wilkinson - Toliver Design -
Announcing Tsuts’weye: Women’s Entrepreneur and Innovation Network A new project supporting female entrepreneurs has been launched in the Shuswap. Tsuts'weye is a three-year, federally funded initiative managed through Western Economic Diversification Canada and facilitated locally through Community Futures Shuswap. The project supports women-owned or women led enterprises in the start-up, expansion or ongoing operational