Female Entrepreneurs

Secrets of a Rainmaker

Shannon Rogers, Canada's Top Female Entrepreneur in 2011, 2014 and 2015 (Photo: Carlo Ricci)

Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneur proves that you no longer need the hard sell to win big business

Lessons from 10 Comeback Kids

Mandy Farmer at Hotel Zed (Photo: Hotel Zed)

W100 winners reveal what they did to rebound from some serious setbacks (and what they learned from their experiences)

Why It’s Time for Women-Owned Businesses to Grow Up

2014 W100 winner Chandra Clarke

Most female-run firms aren't growing, and that’s bad for both the economy and for entrepreneurs

These Are the Women Who Really Mean Business


Find out what makes the 2014 W100 so remarkable—and why it's so important to celebrate their achievements

The Truth About Work-Life Balance

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The W100 know all about managing crazy-busy business and personal lives. Here are their best tips

Get the Emotional Edge


Despite the stereotypes, emotional intelligence doesn't come naturally to all female leaders. The good news is that it can be learned

The Smart Way to Deal With Pregnant Employees


Sonya Meloff created a workplace in which young parents can "have it all," and business is booming

The Inside Scoop on Seriously Big Wins

Noemie Dupuy of Budge Studios (Photo: Budge Studios)

The 2014 W100 reveal the crucial sales, major breakthroughs and key turning points that changed everything for their businesses

8 Essential Tips from the World’s Best Female Entrepreneurs

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Speakers at the recent Dell Women's Entrepreneur Network conference share their best advice on building great businesses

Call for Entries: Are You One of Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs?


Join the 2014 PROFIT/Chatelaine W100!