Women's Business Month | Seeing the story behind your business

Women's Business Month webinar

Business owner spotlight

Sweet insights on business. A chocolate shop owner shares hers.
Tips on leaving your job to start a business, working with your spouse, getting certified by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council. Rachel Kellner, co-owner of NYC's famous Aigner Chocolates, shares insights on these and other topics in an interview we conducted for Women's Business Month.

  • Elite Care & Staffing Inc.

    From a humble beginning in Africa, to nursing school in the U.S., Olive Baimba ultimately rose to becoming founder and president of one of Philadelphia's fastest-growing healthcare companies, Elite Care & Staffing. Every day, she fosters an authentic, compassionate approach to homecare. We provided Olive with the financial tools she needed to help her maintain the Elite Care & Staffing standard of excellence. We can help you do the same. Check out our small business loan and mortgage options.

  • 7th + Grove

    Like history and culture, Khalilah Mcduffie thrives in Tampa, Florida's Ybor City. After opening a dual barber shop and hookah lounge, Khalilah moved on to become a partner at the award-winning southern restaurant 7th + Grove, staying true to her family's entrepreneurial roots in the area.

    Equipping Khalilah with the right checking account has helped 7th + Grove flourish, and in turn, helped Kalilah give back to the community she loves.

  • Aigner Chocolates

    Life took a sweet turn for Rachel Kellner when she went from social worker to becoming co-owner of Aigner Chocolates, an NYC institution since 1930. Together with her husband Mark, she continues the rich tradition of making delectable Austria-style chocolate.

    Providing Rachel with a line of credit helped Aigner Chocolates expand into wholesale. See what loan and credit offerings we have to help move your business forward.

Moving your business forward.

Bottom Line Construction & Development, LLC

For CEO Alexis McSween, the bottom line for her business is cultivating proud, inclusive communities in New York City. Bottom Line Construction & Development, her 100% woman-owned company, is committed to tackling the obstacles to equality for a better life for all.

We're proud to provide the banking tools Alexis needs to advance her mission, and we're excited to see the next chapter in the Bottom Line story unfold.

TD's Jen Starkey champions women's return to the workforce

You wanted to start a family. A loved one needed your care. Whatever the reason was for leaving your career in financial services, you're ready to return. Jen Starkey, TD Regional Vice President in Fort Lauderdale, FL, helps women do just that.

Jen plays a pivotal role in TD' Career Relaunch program, helping professionals who've been away from the workforce for a while to reenter it – and resume doing what they love.

Take advantage of specials on these products:

  • TD Business Solutions Credit Card
  • Lines of Credit
  • TD Merchant Solutions

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