Mompreneurs education advice for women entrepreneurs

– V2.1 –
How to Secure Financing For Your Business

featuring Tanja Nachtigall of EVOLOCITY FINANCIAL GROUP

Video Duration: 11 minutes
Additional Module Resources: workbook + funding infographic (FR/EN) + finance tip
BONUS Resources: Tanja’s favourites + mastermind archive


RevolutionHER Mastery Module V2.1  features Tanja Nachtigall, Relationship Manager for Evolocity Financial Group, outlines the types of business financing available on the market and how to find the best fit for your needs, as well as how to prepare for an application to get the best results.

Access to this Mastery Module is granted strictly for Elite and Elite+ Mompreneur members – enjoy!


(a) Watch the “How to Secure Financing For Your Business” video (below).

(b) Print out the “How to Secure Financing For Your Business” 5-Page Workbook

(c) Download Evolocity’s “Types of Business Financing” Infographic in English or in French

(d) Check out Tanja’s Favourites (below)

(e) Catch up on our Online Mastermind Archives (this module features education on “Cash Flow Tips & Solutions!”)


Tanja Nachtigall - Evolocity Financial GroupTANJA’S FAVOURITES
Check out Tanja’s top 3 picks for entrepreneurial success! As Evolocity Financial Group’s Relationship Manager, Tanja’s learned to think outside the box to come up with creative solutions for business owners. 


Lean B2B top pick for mompreneurs and entrepreneursTO READ:
Digital literacy is an increasingly key determinant of success, across all business sectors, in Canada and around the world. The Lean B2B Methodology consolidates the best thinking around B2B customer development and helps entrepreneurs, particularly those with a digital product/service, focus on finding traction in the rapidly changing landscape of digital disruption.


Startup Canada Women Founders Fund image

Evolocity Financial Group has partnered with Startup Canada to invest in women-led companies in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) through the Startup Canada Women Founders Fund, providing micro-grants to women entrepreneurs and women-led companies in Canada to help them start and grow their businesses while accelerating gender parity and further unleash the economic potential of women. Be on alert for updates on these incredible women founders who will be announced very soon!


Ladies Learning Code logo

Podcast 14: Getting to Know Ladies Learning Code
Ladies Learning Code (LLC) is a not-for-profit organization with the goal of teaching 200,000 Canadian women and youth to code by 2020 through workshops hosted throughout the year and across Canada. They provide opportunities to empower yourself by bridging the knowledge gap in digital literacy in an inclusive and pressure-free environment, surrounded by other women. Check out this podcast to learn more about how you can get involved!


From our partners at National Bank

National Bank logo, sponsors for Mompreneurs supporting female entrepreneurs in Canada

Q: How can I prepare for selling my business; and when is the best time to do sell?
Preparing to sell a business can take years, especially when there’s a strong emotional component involved. “As an entrepreneur, you need to be at peace with your decision to sell,” maintains Eric Lemay. The best time to sell? When market dynamics are in your favour. “If you operate in a cyclical industry and it’s in a depression,” he continues, “wait for it to bounce back before selling.”

For more information, read the full article “7 Tips to Prepare for Selling Your Business” on National Bank’s website.



Evolocity Financial Group logo

Since 2008, Evolocity Financial Group has made it their mission to provide Canadian SMBs with access to the working capital they need, quickly and easily – and they understand that mompreneurs need flexibility to work on their own schedule, which is why you can apply online for up to $300,000 anytime, from anywhere, and receive your funds in a matter of days. Evolocity has built their technology-driven solutions with your small business in mind, so you can spend less time worrying about financing your business, and more time actually growing your business. Small business financing has evolved.

Go back to view other modules >>