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Military Spouse finds Success Owning her own Franchise

As military spouse Melanie Fenner will tell you, spouses work their way up the ladder only to be posted, once again, before they can rise to the top at their places of employment. In 2013, Fenner took the step to break this cycle, decided to become her own boss and opened a Pita Pit restaurant. Fenner...
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The Canadian Franchising Association launches CFA Military Veterans Program

The Canadian Franchising Association (CFA), in partnership with the Department of National Defence, recently launched the CFA Military Veterans Program. The CFA is offering a free informative session to help veterans understand franchise ownership and the Military Veterans program on Sunday, April 17 in Ottawa. The CFA Military Veterans Program is designed to help veterans who...
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The MFRC-NCR Self-Employment Club Launch a Success

The National Capital Region Military Family Resource Centre’s Self Employment Club kicked off February 4th. Nearly 25 participants met at the Ottawa MFRC for the club’s first meeting which focused on Social Media 101. The MFRC-NCR plans to have the club meet monthly and cover a broad range of topics benefiting entrepreneurs. Each meeting will...
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First Self Employment Symposium to take place in Ottawa

In an effort to support self-employed military spouses and reach out to aspiring entrepreneurs, the MFRC-NCR, in partnership with Accenture Canada, is offering its first Self Employment Symposium on Nov. 28. The Symposium could be the catalyst for becoming a monthly support group for self-employed spouses. “It’s a taste of professional development for military families interested in...
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Let’s Get Your Business Started

LetsGetYourBusinessStarted_ARTICLEMilitary members transitioning out of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF)  and wanting to start their own business can receive assistance from The Prince's, Operation Entrepreneur. The program is offered through  Prince’s Charities Canada, the official Canadian charitable office for His Royal Highness The Prince of...
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