Canadian Small Business Women: Helping Women Entrepreneurs Establish Successful Businesses 

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Canadian Small Business Women was founded to provide a platform for ambitious Canadian businesswomen to access the resources they need to advance their venture from the planning stage to the execution stage. 

The founder of Canadian Small Business Women, Dwania Peele, launched the company to help bridge the gap between your dreams and reality.

Through their blogs, social media, and website resources, they connect experts to aspiring and current businesswomen in Canada and provide the information needed to take their businesses to the next level. 

They host in-person and virtual events and have assisted over 10,000 Canadian businesses. In addition, their strategic partnerships with Canada-wide private and government organizations have reinforced their ability to impact the entrepreneurial sector.

The purpose of Canadian Small Business Women is to identify your needs and understand how best to access the tips, tools, and resources your business will need to be a success. 

Canadian Small Business Women offers articles, links to informative websites, a Canadian Events Calendar to keep women entrepreneurs up to date on new, innovative, and interesting events, where and when they are taking place, and access to Canadian Business Directory Listings.

Their knowledgeable, entertaining, and constantly engaging teams of experienced bloggers publish helpful information on various areas, such as leadership and marketing, to help guide you in the correct direction.

CSBW recognizes that everybody establishing a business has the same set of concerns. They know the importance of introspection for aspiring entrepreneurs and encourage them to ask the right questions to narrow down their fields of interest, expertise, and passion.

CSBW’s shop offers merchandise, books, and all virtual conference and workshop replays.

For people who are brand new to business or have a few years under their belt, CSBW offers startup courses that are perfect for building their businesses.

They offer business consulting, no matter where you currently are in your business, by providing carefully thought-out consulting packages to help get you where you ought to be.

Championing Entrepreneurs 

As an immigrant herself, Dwania knows and has lived the immigrant experience. So she founded CSBW to assist other women like herself establish profitable businesses.

Dwania Peele is the executive director and founder of Canadian Small Business Women. In 2013, she founded CSBW to serve as a platform for aspiring and current small businesswomen in Canada.

She enjoys entrepreneurship, volunteering, and networking and aspires to inspire prospective and current Canadian entrepreneurs.

Through CSBW, Dwania assists aspiring female entrepreneurs every step of the way by offering all of the resources required to enable the successful development of business from the planning stages to reality.

Though a chemist and political scientist by training and education, Dwania is an entrepreneur at heart who has launched two successful businesses since 2008. 

Dwania continues to impact by attending as a panelist and keynote speaker across North America to help those in need.

Her two books, “The Power Within: Inspiring Stories of Female Immigrant Entrepreneurs” and “Voices of Strength: Inspiring Stories of Female Entrepreneurs,” champion entrepreneurial success. 

Canadian Small Business Women connects aspiring Canadian businesswomen with experts, uses their social media pages for advertising, and capitalizes on their social media savvy to provide up-to-date information, skills, and access to all the information you need to take your business to the next level.

CSBW allows entrepreneurs to display their knowledge through e-courses, blogs, online chats, seminars, and expos. For more information, visit their website at

Empowering women entrepreneurs is an essential part of strengthening the small business industry. To read more about these organizations, subscribe to CanadianSME Small Business Magazine. For the latest updates, visit our Twitter page at @canadian_sme.

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