Looking to reach & get exposure with Women Led Businesses on a local, regional, national and global scale?

Sponsor a Webinar and your company is in the spotlight with over 50,000 decision makers!


Available: 12 spotlight opportunities

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Webinar Spotlight Opportunities

Webinar Sponsors – $1,500.00 each

For 2023, we are showcasing a series of expert speakers and have opportunities for corporate sponsors to reach women led businesses at the local, national and international level. Our membership is growing to include more businesses from rural communities.

Your Potential Reach would be 50,000 + just with the GroYourBiz network and an additional 250,000 + with our strategic alliances.


  • Social Media posts & Email campaign including Linked In, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Email invitations — a minimum of 8 times per webinar. Reach is 50,000+ people for each post.
  • Introduce the speaker/Welcome remarks during the webinar
  • Company logo with hyper link on all webinar promotional materials
  • Your contact info forwarded to all participants in the webinar
  • Reliable Leads provides your organization with a potential customer
  • Logo & Contact information on sponsorship section of the GroYourBiz website

Contact Us to Claim The Next Opportunity :

Barbara Mowat, President
Tel: 604-534-5007 Fax: 604-533-2918

“BMO is proud to be a founding and developing partner with GroYourBiz. Research tells us that women entrepreneurs value mentorship and networking opportunities to help them grow and scale their business.  At BMO we are committed to removing barriers to women’s financial progress and this means providing access, tools and resources to support women who are driving change and advancing their communities. BMO’s partnership with GroYourBiz allows us to align our support for women business-owners with an organization that creates an ecosystem for female entrepreneurs to access a board of trusted advisors and, most importantly, to the mentoring and networking they value.”

Moriah Linton, Director, BMO for Women

“TELUS has been a strategic alliance and sponsor supporting GroYourBiz since its inception. We recognize the importance of advocating for, and having a supplier and customer base that’s reflective of the communities in which we live, work and serve. We believe passionately in working with female leaders and providing these entrepreneurs with tools, and support, and encouragement they need to adapt and/or grow their business in line with their personal aspirations in a meaningful way.”  At TELUS, we are committed to promoting and celebrating diversity and, as a lifelong advocate for diversity, I love to see, and play a role in helping women entrepreneurs succeed.”

Ashifa Jumani, Director, Procurement, , TELUS

“GroYourBiz provides you with access to a group of incredible women who can be there when you need a sounding board and gain insights from those who have already walked the road before you.  An opportunity you cannot afford to miss!”

Joanne Gassman, Retired BMO Executive, Director for Streetohome, WorkWithUs, Int. Women’s Forum –BC , Advisory Board of UNBC, Member of the CDN Foundation for Innovation (CFI)
Members by type of Company

Who Attends the Webinars

The range of attendees are leaders and decision makers from Canada, USA, UK, Africa, Australia, Japan, EU, SE Asia, and include: Business Owners, General Managers, Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors, Chairman, Sr. Program Managers, Sales, and prominent other high positions.

We hosted expert speakers throughout the year in the 2022 Webinar series.  Speakers tackled issues such as:

  • Managing Performance,
  • Franchising your Business,
  • Organizational Strategies,
  • Human Resources,
  • Marketing,
  • Diversity and Inclusion,
  • Branding and Online Presence,
  • Business Mindset,
  • The Great Resignation,
  • and much more.

Our 2023 series will continue to offer relevant and insightful business topics, cutting-edge ideas for leadership development by industry experts, thought leaders, and current authors.

“I really enjoy the webinar sessions. GroYourBiz webinars are always relevant and on top of business topics. The titles catch my attention and there are great take-aways.” ~ Marty Britton, Ontario, Canada

GYB Online Global Exposure

GroYourBiz is thrilled to have Business Owners attend from all over the world!

Sponsors will benefit when they are featured on webinars because of GroYourBiz’s World Wide Reach

By Location

  • Canada
  • United States
  • Europe
  • South America
  • Asia
  • Africa
  • Australia/Oceania
“I love attending the GroYourBiz webinars.  I often think that the webinar may not be applicable to me but I attend anyway. I’m always pleasantly surprised, as I continue to hear helpful information for my business. Surprise me again please.” ~ Olufunto Boroffice, Nigeria

Sponsors are featured in the following ways with GroYourBiz

GroYourBiz Website Placement

Sponsors will receive their Company logo with hyper link on our GroYourBiz website registration page.  (See example HERE)

Email Exposure

All webinars will have an invitational email sent, with follow up reminder emails.

Sponsors will receive their Company logo with hyper link on each email profiling you with your contact information.

Exposure On the Webinar

Sponsors will have the opportunity to introduce the speaker and provide welcome remarks during the live webinar.

Social Media Exposure

Sponsors will have their logo shown on all Event listing and invitations as well as be tagged to their company pages across all of GroYourBiz social media channels – LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook.

Deborah Stallings - LinkedIn

“I really enjoyed the webinar session. GroYourBiz webinars are always relevant and on top of business topics. The title caught my attention and there were some great take-aways.”

“What an amazing webinar. I learned so much information.  I’m going to use these strategies that I’ve learned today and bring these things to the attention of management at head office.”

Amanda Bushby, Canadian Footwear Ltd.

“GroYourBiz helps keep me on track with business planning and execution of said plan. The advice, direction & support of the board is bar none, and we are finally seeing results in our bottom line.”

“My GroYourBiz colleagues’ feedback has been instrumental in validating new ideas, pivoting the business, and more importantly, establishing a network of trusted advisors.”

“I have met some amazing women and developed many strong friendships and relationships with fellow female entrepreneurs in GroYourBiz! The feeling of kinship and camaraderie in this often challenging, frustrating and lonely world of entrepreneurship has been a Godsend. If you are looking for a safe place to share your highs and lows with a group of women who really understand, you have come to the right place!”

Every time I attend my Board Meeting, I take away solutions for my business I can implement asap, accountability, connections to services or other resources, learning, contributing to someone else’s business and a sense of not doing this alone. This is the value of fitting GroYourBiz into my life. I don’t think any “business babe” group out there has this. I don’t think I can do this better alone.” 4)

Cross Promotion with Alliances – Over a 250,000+ reach

GroYourBiz also provides members with strategic alliances: WBE Canada — a unique network that certifies women business enterprises as diverse suppliers and offers access to corporate supply chains and the Organization of Women in International Trade (OWIT) comprised of a network of 2500 international trade professionals located in North and South America, Europe, Africa and Asia, plus many more.


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BCW_logoBlack Canadian Women In Action (operating under the acronym BCW In Action) is a bilingual, non-profit organization committed to making a difference in the lives of families in Black Canadian communities living in Western Canada. BCW in Action’s vision is to promote the empowerment of black Canadian women, girls and families in all sectors of society… More

W.E.W.Women Elevating Women ( W.E.W.) is a multi-national, multi-ethnic, and multi-cultural organization for women business owners, entrepreneurs, and executives. The organization was launched on March 9, 2018, by Betty Hines, Founder &CEO. Since its inception, W.E.W. has made great strides in carrying… More

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CanWCCThe Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce is the first – and only – chamber of commerce in Canada that specifically advocates for women-identified and non-binary entrepreneurs, founders, and business owners. We’re a national, not-for-profit organization that advocates for the economic priorities of Canadian businesses owned and led by woman-identified and non-binary individuals….More