Capital, Community, Capacity (C3) Project

Supporting the deliberate and sustained growth of women business owners in BC and across the country.


Expanded support for women entrepreneurs!

WeBC has received continued funding from the Women Entrepreneurship Strategy (WES) Ecosystem Fund, as part of the Women Entrepreneurship Strategy!

This funding supports our new “Capital, Community, Capacity (C3) Project,” an initiative that enables us to continue to support the deliberate and sustained growth of women business owners. Working with our national partners, WeBC is expanding on our 28-year history to deliver on-demand and live skills development, business advising, mentoring, and network building. Read the press release >>>

All programs in this project will be open to women business owners from across the country, and offered in both official languages, with support from Société de développement économique (SDE) the Women’s Enterprise Organizations of Canada (WEOC), and The Forum.

The project runs April 1, 2023 to March 31, 2025. Please sign up for our eNews to be notified when new programs open!

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The C3 Project Includes

Growth Mentorship

Our programs are designed to help growth-oriented women entrepreneurs. Choose from One-to-One or Peer Group Mentoring.


On-Demand SMART Programs

Expand your knowledge on topics like HR, Financial Fitness and Marketing through self-paced learning, plus gain wrap-around support through advisory services and resiliency training.


Fireside Chats

Free, virtual sessions that explore different aspects of scaling a business by sharing the growth journeys, knowledge and experiences of BC women.

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Thanks to our Mentoring Program Partners

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Thanks to our SMART Program Partners

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The C3 Project is funded by the Government of Canada’s Women Entrepreneurship Strategy.

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