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Virtual Business Events / Webinars for Canadian Black Entrepreneurs in May

As COVID-19 pushes event organizers to stay on top of the digital world. We must recognized that even through a pandemic we must continue top strive, learn and adopt to the new world beyond COVID-19. Networking is essential for black-owned businesses and entrepreneurs. Small business owners use networking to

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Effective Tips for Online Networking

Its obvious, there is a significant difference between in-person and online networking. And in various ways, building online relationships can be easier. Yet, it’s still challenging for those are not sure how to network online properly or those that are used to the digital world

Have you had to cancel travel arrangements for a business event? Or you had to cancel your own event as a result of If so, then you’re not alone. In these recent times, many event planners had to transform their onsite plans into virtual Business Events, Business Networking, Black Canadians, Showing Gratitude, Black Entrepreneurs, Marketing Budget, Business Intelligence, Free Courses, Fraunhofer

Marketing Guide for Virtual Events and how to Maximize its outcome

Have you had to cancel travel arrangements for a business event? Or you had to cancel your own event as a result of COVID-19? If so, then you’re not alone. In these recent times, many event planners had to transform their onsite plans into virtual

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How To Apply For Business Support, EI & COVID-19 Related Benefits

It seems like a weird dream, but the unfortunate truth is most people are losing shifts, being laid off and unable to run their business effectively due to COVID-19. If you require financial assistance at this time of crisis, you can find information beneath on

As of March four provinces in Canada has declared a state of emergency due to the Most businesses are asking their staff to work from home to reduce the spread of coronavirus and protect the health and safety of all citizens. Black Canadians, Black Entrepreneurs, Private Facebook, Web Design Services, Team S, New Set, Health And Safety, Service Design, Challenges

How to manage your staff while they work from home during the COVID-19 pandemic

As of March 17, 2020, four provinces in Canada has declared a state of emergency due to the COVID-19. Most businesses are asking their staff to work from home to reduce the spread of coronavirus and protect the health and safety of all citizens. This

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How to Lead Your Black-Owned Business Through the Coronavirus Crisis | Business Takeout

The numbers are still rising: the coronavirus report as of today shows 110, 069 cases and 3, 830 deaths worldwide, far outdoing the SARS scourge in early 2000s. As the world speculates about the full impact of corona-virus, small businesses and entrepreneurs’ should start planning

Business Takeout | PAN-AFRICAN CREDIT UNION COMMUNITY SUPPORT SURVEY Black Canadians, Black Entrepreneurs, Take Surveys, African Men, Diversity, Effort, Community, Education, Business

PAN-AFRICAN CREDIT UNION Community Support Survey

The purpose of the community survey, is to present data and results to FSCO (Credit Union Regulatory body) to show that there is significant support in the Black Community , for a Black focused community credit union, and that it would be viable and sustainable