Children's clothing designer, Devorah Miller, Red Thread Design, gives insights into the business of creating children's clothing and entrepreneurship. Filmed at Artfest at the Distillery District in Toronto.
Owner/Director, Arta Gallery, a popular art gallery in Toronto, Fay Athari chats about the challenges she faces owning an art gallery, her inspirations, notable female artists and life in Canada as an Iranian.
Host Shannon Skinner travels to Scotland on personal journey discovering the roots of her ancestors, the Stewarts, which took her to the Ardgowan Estate, an 18th century country house located in Inverkip, Scotland, near Glasgow. She interviews Lady Lucinda Shaw-Stewart, owner of the estate,
Realtor Nicole Van Stone talks about the journey that inspired her passion for sales that lead her to be one of Toronto's top producing real estate agents; she also shares tips to single women buying their first home.
President and CEO, Rhiannon Traill, talks about her experiences in growing this national organization, as well as forming The Junior Economic Club of Canada, and inspiring youth to be financially literate.
Co-Founder/Executive Director, The Next 36, Claudia Hepburn sheds insight into what it takes for entrepreneurs to be the top of the league and how her organization helps make that happen https://thenext36.ca/
Fashion designer, Diane Kroe, sheds light on the highly competitive fashion design world, her unique line, and why she gave up her flagship store in Toronto's Yorkville area to take her line on the road and internet.
Actor, MJ Shaw, talks about her long career as a performing artist, her role on TVO's Hard Rock Medical, and why she founded Seventh Stage Productions, which is dedicated to telling women's stories by women and for women.
Founder, Barroso Homes, Rose Barroso is a women heading up a successful business in a male-dominated industry. It all began when she left her job as a flight attendant and wanted to design a home that was suitable for her family.
CEO, Diesel Canada & founder, OneXOne Foundation, Joey Adler discusses her life as a true visionary entrepreneur and humanitarian, seeking to reinvent the business of philanthropy through ground-breaking sustainable models.
YouTube sensation, speaker and entrepreneur, Laura Berg, discusses her company that is dedicated to helping hearing children learn sign language. Laura also provides tips on how to use YouTube to grow your business.
Former host on E! Entertainment in the US, children's author, Heather Hartt-Sussman, discusses the power of saying "no" -- and her lovable "Nana" series (Nana's Getting Married, Here Comes Hortense! and Nana's Summer Surprise) and "Noni" series (Noni Says No and Noni is Nervous). She is the former host of the daily series The Gossip Show on E! Entertainment Television in the United States.