Our responsibility is to the woman returning to work after caring for her children; we aim to inspire women in Canada and beyond to choose entrepreneurship as a viable option for providing emotionally and financially for their family. It is to make each woman believe that the power is within her to succeed.
Our responsibility is to the woman launching and growing a small business, to provide her with the knowledge and support she needs to make strategically successful decisions that maximize her profit, family-work-life balance, sense of self, happiness and accomplishment. To give her opportunities to give back to other women following similar pathways.
Our responsibility is to the government of Canada to encourage change-makers to understand the situation of working women and families across our country; to be there to help those in power do their very best to provide for each citizen, even our youngest ones.
Our responsibility is to all women who are part of this thriving community, to create a safe, encouraging space where women of all backgrounds can share, engage, learn and belong to a dynamic movement out to not only change the 9 to 5 but the future of economics and family life in our country.
We connect you with the information and strategy you need to solve your toughest business challenges. Our on-site content addresses our three pillars: helping you increase profits, balance your life and find more confidence. We offer courses and events for those who want to dig deep and improve their skills.
We are a free online networking group, operating on a platform of peer-to-peer mentorship. Our private Facebook group lets you connect with women just like you - gain insight, and a lot of encouragement. We also offer monthly mastermind calls and webinars 6 times a year, entirely free to our members.
Join our Inner Circle and tap into the power of our ever-growing network to promote your business. We'll share your message on social media, offer you a page on our website (and listing in our directory). We'll also make it easy for other Inner Circle members to promote you too! A great way to build influence.
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Keri Vandongen/ Speech Party
I can’t say enough about how positive my initial experiences with attending both an online and a couple of in-person events have been. Each mom entrepreneur that I’ve met has been inviting, collaborative and helpful! It’s been exciting to get to know more about the valuable businesses that the members are building, as well as their remarkable talents.
Miranda Lee/ Joined At The Hip Babywear
I am so glad I joined Emomnow. I feel like I have a solid network who I feel safe asking general business questions or specific questions related to my business. I've met so many inspiring women and I've collaborated with many of them in different ways. This is the best networking group that I've been able to find.
Christina Parker/ Christina Parker Photography
EMomNow is a wonderful resource for me as a photographer. I have the privilege to rub shoulders with many amazing women who are not just business associates but are becoming my friends. I have found many ladies, where I can work together with them, and we each have each other’s backs, as we learn to grow our own businesses.
Julia Chung/ JYC Financial
The community is welcoming, kind, and helpful. In the short time that I have been part of the network, I’ve built trusted relationships with not only Karen, who heads up EMomNow, but also with other professionals who work in related fields. Excitingly, my team and I are working on a potential collaborative venture with another professional we met through EMomNow, who shares our values and our love of remote systems. There are a lot of networks out there, especially ones focused on women in business, but not all of them work as cohesively to build each other up as EMomNow.