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Networking is essential to business success. It is a great way to meet new people and share ideas. Here are some Women in Business Networks in your region in New Brunswick and accross the country:


Northwest


Edmundston-REFAM
Now-Network of Women (Grand Falls)

Southeast


Women in Business Without Borders- Sackville NB/ Amherst NS
Business and Professional Women (Moncton)
Le Club de femmes professionnelles du N.-B.

Northeast


Women’s Professional and Business Alliance Chaleur Region
Réseau de Restigouche

Southwest


Fredericton Women & Business Network (WBN)

Northumberland


Women of Miramichi Entrepreneurial Network (WOMEN)

Canada-wide


Newfoundland and Labrador Organization of Women Entrepreneurs
Centre for Women in Business, Nova Scotia
Prince Edward Island Business Women's Association
Réseau des Femmes d'affaires du Québec
Business and Professional Women's Clubs of Ontario
Women's Enterprise Centre of Manitoba
Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan Inc.
Alberta Women Entrepreneurs
Women's Enterprise Centre, British Columbia
Women's Enterprise Organizations of Canada
Upcoming Events show all
Date Event Name Region

2017/09/28 ProfitLearn - Export series Northwest

2017/10/12 WBI - JOIN THE CONVERSATION!

2017/10/19 Small Business Award Diner-CBDC Women in Business (Woodstock) Northwest

2017/11/08 Coffee & Canvas Southeast

 “When I met the NB Association of CBDC’s they were willing to help and give advice, that’s when I really felt like I had made the choice by opening this business in New Brunswick. You just don’t get that attention in bigger cities.” In Toronto for example there may not have been an economic development agency that is eager for you to open your own business.
- Jennifer Estey


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