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Through first-hand stories from enterprising women and valuable tips from experts in the field of business, Here’s How It’s Done will connect you with the growing community of support available to entrepreneurs in Manitoba. It will inspire you to take your dream to the drawing board, make the leap to launch, or elevate your enterprise to the next level. Hosted by Cate Friesen, from The Story Source. Brought to you by the Women's Enterprise Centre of Manitoba.
 
This, volume 21 of the Chronicles of Canada series, describes the settlement of the Red River Colony by Lord Selkirk, and the struggles it had against the North-West Company. The fledgling settlement eventually became the city of Manitoba. - Summary by TriciaG
 
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We are launching Season 2 of Here’s How It’s Done with special guest Anna Hunter, the mastermind behind Long Way Homestead. Anna lives and works on 140 acres along with her husband Luke, their two sons, 20 laying hens, a flock of Shetland and merino-cross sheep, and two llamas. And by the way, those llamas keep the coyotes away. Six years ago Anna …
 
If you have ever dreamed about opening up a bricks and mortar store, this episode is for you. And if you love a good story where the stakes are high and the main character refuses to give up, it’s for you too! For 20 years Cyndi Pedwell ran a successful home-based business, Ped's Threads, providing custom logo'd apparel and accessories to businesse…
 
What’s the problem your business is solving? You may have heard that very common business question. In this episode, Kylie Matechuk turns that question on its head. This successful Thompson Manitoba entrepreneur shows us what happens when you take the problems you need to solve for yourself and turn them into solutions for customers. Kylie got a ta…
 
When’s a good time to launch a business? Brandi Woodhouse, from Pinaymootang First Nation, launched RezGal in the middle of a pandemic! Really, it started because of the pandemic, when Brandi found herself driving hours to get to Winnipeg because the local salons where she got her eyelashes done were closed. “I was just driving by myself on my way …
 
When Lorena Mitchell launched her alternative energy company in 2008 there weren’t a lot of women to be found in her field, but she’s used to being a trailblazer. “I've not done traditional female kinds of things in my past either. And I think that you just have to find a common ground, stick to your guns, and go for it. Know your stuff. You’ve got…
 
On this episode, serving up stories from the field of food with two Manitoba founders: Amy Nikkel, Adagio Acres and Pina Romolo, Piccola Cucina. But you don’t have to be in the business of food production to lean in. The entrepreneurs you are going to meet have a ton of business and life lessons to share. Amy Nikkel is the co-owner, and chief opera…
 
Candace Lipischak is a dynamite combination of antler carver, jewelry designer, Métis workshop facilitator, visual artist, and the owner of Fat Daug. Candace says that carving had taught her a lot about herself, and her heritage. It also fuels her jewelry design…which is a big part of Fat Daug’s growing successful business. Candace has faced some i…
 
Curb Appeal Property Solutions Dr. Gordon Goldsborough Jeffrey John Eyamie Manitoba Forestry Association Listen to every episode at Manitobaville.caโดย Viva! Manitobaville
 
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