Part-Time Business Webinar: Going From Idea to Income

Updated: Feb 25

On November 9, 2021, Prima Mabonzo, Founder of Kisina Déco, participated in the Part-Time Business: Going from Idea to Income webinar presented by TD Bank and Futurpreneur.

Part-Time Business Webinar: Going From Idea to Income

The panelists


Prima Mabonzo, Founder of Kisina Déco

Prima Mabonzo is both a professional and a dynamic businesswoman, graduated in Finance and International Management. Prima evolves as a Business Analyst in Information Technology and is also the owner of the company Kisina Déco. Originally from the Republic of Congo, Prima defines herself as a citizen of the world who has chosen Quebec as her main place of residence. She has studied and worked in several countries while being involved in organizations for youth mobility, for the influence of cultural communities and for youth entrepreneurship. Former President of BPW-Montréal and Vice-President of BPW Canada, the development of female entrepreneurship is one of her main concerns. Prima founded Kisina Déco in 2018 with the aim of telling the story of Africa through its products and building a bridge between Africa and the West.


Kevin Verret Bouchard, Founder of Viviludi

Based in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Kevin Bouchard has dreamed of being an entrepreneur for several years, despite his full-time position as project manager in a financial institution. The dream quickly became a reality as in 2019 he launched Viviludi, a board game design company. He spends all his free time conceptualizing his very first game, Mr. Java, and is already working on his 2nd game! Today, with great pride, his Mr. Java game has earned a place with several retailers and will soon be distributed throughout Quebec!


Élise Alain, Director of Cash Management for TD Commercial Banking

Élise Alain supports companies in their investment strategy and bank management. Also an accredited Women in Business banker, her goal is to support and promote the success and growth of women in business. Her contribution to this segment of TD allows her to positively influence the journey of women entrepreneurs in addition to facilitating their success. Go-getter and dynamic, she loves getting involved in various projects in the Quebec region highlighting the presence of women and men in the business sector.


Watch the webinar (available in french only)

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