NIWEE Offers a Unique Two-track Program:
Design your New Business as you Develop your Entrepreneurial Skills
Moving from idea to Market
A unique 14-week online practical course that marries both Indigenous and western world views and Indigenous ways of learning, see, practice and do. You’ll learn:
- To find the right idea for you,
- To explore and validate it,
- To learn the essentials for launching a business; and,
- The basics of running a business.
Launch a New Business or Grow an Early Stage Venture and Start Earning Money Fast
The essential step-by-step online support program for prospective or early-stage entrepreneurs looking to launch a new business or grow an early-stage business. You’ll get up to 36-months of entrepreneurial support. It includes:
- Access to a business coach,
- Industry mentors,
- Peers and business networks,
- Access to opportunities.
Our Mission and Values
Our mission is to train and guide Indigenous women interested in business ownership, providing them with the tools, experience and coaching needed to become successful.
Gain critical Entrepreneurship knowledge by actually developing and running your start up.
Grandmother Moon Fellowships
Provide interested Indigenous women with the knowledge and support to build and scale their business over a three-year period. Fellowship recipients will access knowledge and support at no cost. However, if accepted each Fellow will be required to join NIWEE as a member. There will be an agreement signed by all recipients stipulating that together we will create a community in a good way, where all NIWEE members will uphold one-another with kindness, honesty and respect.
NIWEE is developing relationships with Allied corporations and seeks opportunities for our Indigenous entrepreneurs. We aim to help generate connections to help you build your business network.
Finding business opportunities often starts with having a better understanding of the people who matter most.
NIWEE, thanks s to its business coaches, volunteer subject matter experts and allies, will start conversations with potential new supporters and introduce its Mother Moon Fellow NIWEE will do its utmost to see who is talking about issues important to its learners and prospective entrepreneurs and explore the possibilities of linkage with those people already in the market place. Let’s find out who is interested in working on the same things as NIWEE’s entrepreneurs.
There are many potential partnerships, research, marketing, distribution, sales and more. A good partnership should accelerate cash flow, increase revenue, and reduce costs. To succeed, you must engage and build relations of trust. These relations must be built on solid business principles and be a win-win for all partners. Let’s share successes and ideas and create new partnerships to get more done.