On June 1, SheEO will host the Toronto Women’s Entrepreneurship Forum 2017, bringing together current and aspiring women entrepreneurs to learn the ins and outs of leading a company in Canada’s startup ecosystem.

The event is aimed at early-stage women-led ventures in Toronto — entrepreneurs who have an idea, have started a venture, are growing a venture, or are contemplating starting a venture.

The forum, being held at Toronto City Hall, will feature a series of workshops and speaker presentations covering a wide range of topics, including the types of funding that is available to entrepreneurs, how to access and create lifelong customers, how to set up an online store, and how to present and sell your idea.

Speakers include Vicki Saunders, founder of SheEO; Jessica Ching, co-founder and CEO of Eve Medical; and Jeannette Stock, co-founder and chair of Venture Out.

Keeping the day interactive, the forum’s final session will be tailored to the greatest needs and pain points identified by guests.

To get tickets to Toronto Women’s Entrepreneurship Forum 2017, click here.

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