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Empowering the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs


The Young Entrepreneur Society (YES) is a community of aspiring and established young entrepreneurs committed to sharing knowledge, resources, and support. Our goal is to cultivate a thriving environment where ideas flourish, and entrepreneurial dreams come to life.

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Our mission at YES is to:

  1. Educate: Provide members with access to high-quality educational resources and mentorship.

  2. Inspire: Cultivate an environment where creativity and innovation are encouraged.

  3. Connect: Build a strong network of young entrepreneurs who support each other.

  4. Empower: Equip young entrepreneurs with the tools and confidence they need to succeed."


At YES, our vision is to create a global network of empowered young entrepreneurs who drive innovation, create economic value, and contribute to a better society. We aim to be the leading community that nurtures the entrepreneurial spirit and fosters the growth of future business leaders.

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Upcoming Event

Want to be part of the Young Entrepreneur Society?

Join our event launching this June 15, 2024 with Invest Ottawa at the Bayview Yards.

I believe that empowering young entrepreneurs is more crucial than ever in today's rapidly evolving world. The creativity, innovation, and resilience of young minds are the driving forces behind the future of business and society. By providing the right support, mentorship, and resources, we can unlock the full potential of these emerging leaders. At YES, we are committed to fostering an environment where young entrepreneurs can thrive, bringing their visionary ideas to life and making a lasting impact on the global economy.

Carmela Moreno

Founder of Young Entrepreneur Society

Founder of YES Ottawa

Meet Carmela Moreno

At 22 years old, Carmela Moreno is a young entrepreneur who now runs businesses in Canada and the Philippines. She started her journey at four years old with Photoshop and selling treats at school. During the pandemic, she grew 150 pesos into 300,000 pesos in just six months. After moving to Canada for college, she balanced three jobs while successfully establishing her own companies, including Grande Decor Inc. and Wedding in a Box Canada.

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