Thu., Mar. 11 | Online Webinar

International Women's Week Event in partnership with Amazon Canada

To join the webinar, please follow click HERE. Event password: wilevent2021 (94538368 from phones)
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International Women's Week Event in partnership with Amazon Canada

Time & Location

Mar. 11, 2021, 9:00 a.m.
Online Webinar

About the event

To join the webinar, please follow click HERE

Event password: wilevent2021 (94538368 from phones)

Women-owned businesses are thriving on Amazon, reaching customers across the country and around the world.  This special event will teach you how to set up a business and sell on Amazon.

Learn the stories of successful woman-owned businesses from across the country, including:

Maryam Navavi, CEO and co-Fonder of Babbly

Maryam is Co-founder & CEO of Babbly, a company that's on a mission to help parents track their baby's development and get support along the way. The company has developed an AI-powered platform that's able to analyze a baby's voice and provides parents with insights on their child. Maryam is the former VP of product visioning at Idea Couture where she helped Fortune 500 companies develop game changing products at the intersection of technology and human-centered design. She lives in Toronto with her husband and 4-yr old son who inspired her journey to early development.

Aja Horsley, CEO of Drizzle Honey

With a background in Environmental Science and Urban Agriculture development, Aja has led research projects and start-ups in this space with her passion for sustainable food production. She is currently the CEO of Drizzle Honey, a honey products company sold across North America that focuses on changing how the world uses honey. Aja is enthusiastic about bringing innovation to market and bolstering female entrepreneurship.

Amandla Bartholemew, Founder of Bartholomew Sisters

My name is Amandla Bartholomew and I am the founder of Bartholomew Sisters, an indie natural vegan skincare brand.

Culture is skin deep for me as I first learned how to make homemade body creams in West Africa, ten years ago. Such early experiences not only strengthened my awareness of my Ghanaian heritage but especially helped me embrace the beauty of unrefined pure shea butter. Learning about these rich, hidden treasures of the earth further served to promote my budding palate for an alternative healthy lifestyle. In the coming years, I would hope to fully step forward in pursuit of this newfound way of life.

Sam MacDonald; President of Deep Tracker

Water is the lifeforce of humans and human society so it’s no wonder Sam Macdonald set out to engineer a lifestyle surrounded by it. An admitted boat bum, Sam was always curious about what lay beneath the waves of the Great Lakes which surround her home in Southern Ontario, Canada. After more than 15 years refining her skills in sales, marketing and leadership, including 8 years of applications engineering in the robotics automation industry, Sam put her McMaster University Commerce degree and passion for technology to work. In 2010, she partnered with Jeff Lotz to bring Deep Trekker’s underwater robotics to the world. From the basement workshop to a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility to shipments to over 85 countries, Sam and her team have expanded to produce 6 fully submersible robotic product lines.

When not traveling the world discovering her customers’ unique uses for Deep Trekker’s robots, Sam can be found mountain biking, scuba diving or flying small airplanes, enjoying life on land, under the sea, and in the air.

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