The opportunity to have a storefront for the display of merchandise is almost non-existent for micro-entrepreneurs. Community and farmers markets are becoming a significant option for the selling and promotion of products. However, these marketplaces are a possibility that still needs to be developed and take it to the next level. 

The answer is yes according to Mr. Muhammad Yunus 2006 Nobel Peace Prize. He is a living hero to me. I admire and follow up his work.

In The Portable MBA in Entrepreneurship, William Bygrave was the first person to characterize the exact qualities of an entrepreneur

Why consider entrepreneurship as a serious alternative to poverty alleviation?

In the City of Toronto, approximately 375,000 people live in poverty.

According to the Business Dictionary (n.d), an entrepreneur is "someone who exercises initiative by organizing a venture to take benefit of an opportunity and, as the decision maker decides what, how and how much of an excellent service will be produced.

It is estimated that small and medium-sized enterprises owned by women contribute an estimated CAD160 billion to the Canadian economy (Government of Canada, 2017).

A successful business environment requires the consideration and inclusion of micro-enterprises.

LaunchTO empowers women immigrants in the City of Toronto by helping them join the ranks of entrepreneurs.