Our workshops are designed to help build knowledge, skills, and confidence to support and strengthen participants financial well-being. Our goal is to empower Indigenous Women who are pursuing small business.
The Entrepreneurial & Financial Capacity Workshop is a condensed workshop that will cover various topics, to inspire entrepreneurs and give them quick tips and resources to successfully build on their business idea.
Day 1 will explore the experience and potential of entrepreneurs, topics will include, Introduction to Entrepreneurship, Stages of Business Development, Effective Business Practices, Adaptation and Resilience, Support System for Indigenous Women Entrepreneurs.
Day 2 will be a deeper dive into financial literacy, topics will include, Goal Setting & Financial Capability, Setting a Savings Goal, Income and Expenses, Introduction to Budgeting, Financial Projections, and Business Planning (Workbook).
In partnership with the National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association, we look forward to sharing beneficial information with Indigenous Women that are exploring opportunities to become an Entrepreneur.
Snacks and lunch will be provided, and participants will receive an honorarium at the end of Day 2, to assist with travel and child minding.
Two-Day Entrepreneurial & Financial Capacity Workshop
Date: Jan 24 – 25, 2022
Time: 9:00am – 4:00 pm
Grouse Room at Quaaout Lodge
1663 Little Shuswap
For further information on these workshops please contact:
Chasity Jones, Business Support Officer at 250-214-9888 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Space limited to 10 people per workshop.
The Indigenous communities cited in the Mission Statement are People living within the Thompson, Shuswap, Nicola, Fraser Canyon, Lillooet and Okanagan areas.
This includes persons, groups, or businesses living both on and off reserves as well as in urban or rural settings. The Boards' main objectives include the creation and strengthening Indigenous business development and formation of programming and support measures to prepare Indigenous people entering the labour market.
While there are subsequent Community Futures Development Corporations within our geographical area, the Community Futures Development Corporation of Central Interior First Nations is dedicated to the unique economic development needs of Indigenous Communities.
CFDC of CIFN is here to support.
Our hearts & prayers go out to everyone.