VENUE: 3 Delta Studio at Artscape Youngplace
ADDRESS: 180 Shaw St, Toronto, ON M6J 2W5, Canada
During this event you will learn about how mentorship can aide your businesses success from Futurpreneur mentor-in-residence, Linda Morana. You will hear the start-up story of Emily Rose Antflick, founder of Shecosystem (full bio below). Emily will also share how mentorship has helped her grow her business. During the last portion of the event, you will spend time building a profile of your ideal mentor.
The event will be held on Friday, July 29th at 3Delta Studios in Toronto (Artscape Youngplace). Doors open at 5:30 PM. Tickets are $25 (plus Eventbrite fees). Admission includes refreshments, workshop supplies and a curated gift bag. There are a limited number of spots available for this exclusive event. A special thanks to our refreshment sponsor, Panago Pizza. For more details, please visit curatedlife.ca You can also check out the latest issue of Curated Life magazine here, www.curatedlife.ca/magazine
About Futurpreneur Canada:
Futurpreneur Canada has been fueling the entrepreneurial passions of Canada’s young enterprise for nearly two decades. We are the only national, non-proﬁt organization that provides ﬁnancing, mentoring and support tools to aspiring business owners aged 18-39. Our internationally recognized mentoring program hand matches young entrepreneurs with a business expert from a network of more than 2,800 volunteer mentors. www.futurpreneur.ca
About Emily Rose Antflick:
Emily Rose Antflick is the founder of Shecosystem: a coworking and wellness environment where women thrive. Her work stems from a feminine paradigm that values collaboration, emotional authenticity, and work-life integration.
With an M.A. in Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, Emily spent a decade teaching and creating transformative educational journeys for youth in Canada, Bali, Australia and Washington DC. She is a versatile educator and program designer with rich perspectives on learning and community building.
After experiencing a pervasive sense of depletion and misalignment in her personal and professional life, Emily turned her attention to helping women like herself get unstuck and cultivate communities that empower them to be their best selves. Emily is the Community Leader of G Day for Girls Toronto, a Rite of Passage for adolescent girls. She is a Dance Our Way Home facilitator, a member of Undine Bellydance Troupe, and a certified Permaculture Designer.
As the founder of Shecosystem, Emily hosts workshops, meetups and events that unite the ecosystem of working women in Toronto. Stay connected as she prepares to launch a women’s coworking & wellness space this fall! www.shecosystem.ca