This report shares information to aid in the development of Quebec’s Artists’ Official Language Minority Community and help identify potential economic opportunities for this population within the province.
Shereen Sands was born and raised in The Bahamas where she worked in the Financial Services industry. In 2015, Shereen relocated to Canada and planned to reenter the workforce. After two years of being in Canada and not being able to find a job in her field of expertise, she decided to create her own path.
May is Women Entrepreneurship Month at YES Employment + Entrepreneurship!
Throughout the month, established women entrepreneurs and professionals will share their strategies on how you can find opportunities, overcome challenges and make your mark!
The YES ELLEvate Women Entrepreneurs Pre-Accelerator supports 10 high-potential women from all sectors with a feasible idea or product who have what it takes to grow their business.
Social Entrepreneurship Workshop Series • Youth on the Rise • Business Skills for Creative Souls Artist Conference Recap • Quick Tip Videos for Entrepreneurs • French for the Workforce • April Workshops + Events for Entrepreneurs, Job Seekers • Client of the Month • And More!
Lissa Maria Hernandez Moya is 21 years old, Colombian-born and raised and since 2018, she has made Montreal her home. Back in 2018 at the age of 17, Lissa decided to pack a 23-kilo suitcase and go in search of opportunities in Canada. Today, with countless experiences and stories to share, she can say that everything was worth it and that she is grateful for that decision and her journey.
This month at YES Employment + Entrepreneurship • Business Skills for Creative Souls Artist Conference • Winter-Spring 2022 Program Book • Quick Tips Videos for Entrepreneurs • Give Back to YES • French for the Workforce • March Workshops + Events for Entrepreneurs, Job Seekers • Client of the Month • And More!
Camille Montpetit is a metal vocalist and voice teacher based in Montreal. She studied Speech Pathology Université de Montréal yet was constantly questioning if she belonged in Medicine. After a few attempts to find her calling she ventured out into the workforce, knowing that her passion would soon reveal itself.
It may seem counterintuitive, but even in the early days of your business when your resources are limited, investing time, money and effort into attracting new clients is crucial. But before you start acquiring new customers, make sure they’ll like what they see when they find you!