WEupdates – Be Lean Risk Mitigation for COVID-19

February 5, 2021
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• Be Lean: Risk Mitigation for COVID-19 
• Achieving Business Success in 2021 Using Metrics
• Great Lakes WBC Sponsors Women’s Day with WBE Canada
• Recording: Leveraging Your Certification Toolkit

Be LEAN: Risk Mitigation for COVID-19

Joy Mason, Strategist Optimist Business Solutions

While we must be safe, we must also consider how to prepare our businesses to survive and thrive. Taking the LEAN approach will mitigate risk by helping you focus on what matters most.

Join LEAN strategist Joy Mason as she provides tactical tools to help you to mitigate your cybersecurity risk.

Recording on MIWomen.com

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Achieving Business Success in 2021 Using Metrics

Everyone talks about data, metrics, and analytics. What does that mean for you and your business goals?

You’ll learn to ask the right questions, identify the most vital metrics, and how to track them.

Join Mariyah Saifuddin as she walks you through the metrics discovery process for success in 2021, providing you with easily implementable solutions you can share with your team.

Recording on MIWomen.com

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Education + Network + Capital = Revenue Growth & Job Creation

Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses is an investment to help small businesses grow and create jobs by providing them with greater access to education, capital, and business support services.

Through the program, you will gain practical skills across topics such as financial statements negotiation, marketing, employee management, and gain the tools to develop a customized business plan for growth—for free.

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Women’s Day with WBE Canada | March 3, 2021

Women’s Day with WBE Canada is a FREE half-day virtual event that will celebrate and feature Canadian women-owned businesses. Share the necessary tools and knowledge to help access and win procurement opportunities and connect them with corporate and government leaders and supplier diversity professionals to better understand what those opportunities hold and how to be part of their supply chains.

Who should attend?
●    Women-owned businesses – certified and non-certified
●    Corporations and government organizations – members and non-members
●    Women organizations
●    Champions and supporters of women-owned businesses

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WBE Exclusive Offerings

WBE Toolkit – ‘I’ve been certified, but can I do more!?’

April 13 (9 AM) | Register to Attend

WBE Onboarding – ‘I’m newly certified, but now what!?’

March 12 (11 AM) | Register Here
April 9 (11 AM) | Register Here

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