Top 100 Women Conference Deadline Nears

Twitter Canada's Kirstine Stewart and Canada's Top Female Entrepreneur among speakers at upcoming conference designed specifically for women entrepreneurs

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Balancing multiple businesses while still finding time for your family (and yourself), how to build a high-powered team, the benefits of employee owners and the secrets of SEO and social media success—plus the merits of “leaning in”—will be just some of the topics explored at the W100 Idea Exchange conference for women entrepreneurs in Toronto on Tuesday, November 26.

Produced by PROFIT and Chatelaine magazines, the W100 conference promises unmatched opportunities to network with like-minded women business owners, including many members of the 2013 cohort of Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs.

Scott Wilson, founder and CEO of, will start the day with an SEO primer every business owner needs to hear. His presentation provides practical, proven strategies for increasing sales and winning new customers, all in a highly cost-effective way.

Watch Scott Wilson’s Q+A on Search Versus Social: How Customers Find You

Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneur Kelsey Ramsden (pictured) will share her journey to success in starting and running multiple multimillion dollar business. Navigating failures, family and cancer she will share insights into personal and professional leadership. And Dr. Elaine Chin will share her strategies for achieving peak performance and tips on how to manage your health alongside all aspects of your busy life.

Closing the conference will be former CBC executive and new head of Twitter Canada, Kirstine Stewart, who will share leadership lessons from her high-profile career.

The agenda is rounded out with panel discussions about employee engagement and social media featuring some of Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs, including Julie Cole of Mabel’s Labels, Jennifer Evans of SqueezeCMM, Catherine Graham of commonsku, Janis Grantham of Eagle Professional Resources, and YummyMummyClub’s Erica Ehm.

Tickets are regularly $199 and include the W100 Awards Luncheon, where the achievements of several W100 CEOs will be celebrated. But readers can receive $50 off by using coupon code PROFITGUIDE upon registration.

Watch W100 CEO Julie Cole’s Q+A on the Importance of Social Media for SMEs

Registration closes this Friday, November 22.

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