Starting a business part-time: Entrepreneurial stories

Updated: Feb 25

Having a part-time business is a smart way to prepare for the future of work. You can grow your part-time business at your own pace today with low-interest, collateral-free financing of up to $15,000 and support from one of 3,000 volunteer mentors at through Futurpreneur's Part-Time Enterprise program, sponsored by TD Bank Group.


Prima Mabonzo

Prima Mabonzo is one of the first entrepreneurs to benefit from Futurpreneur's Part-Time Enterprise program, sponsored by TD Bank Group in 2018.


Here is an excerpt from an article published on Futurpreneur :

Prima is a woman who is singularly open to the world and to the multiple cultures that weave it together. Born in Congo, in Central Africa, she traveled a lot, lived in many countries before settling nine years ago in Quebec.
In 2018, giving way to an increasingly powerful need to invest in a meaningful project that tells her story, she decided to create her own business, in parallel with her salaried activity.

Click here to read the article (in french only)

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