13th Annual Women Entrepreneurs Showcase - Rogue Valley

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13th Annual Women Entrepreneurs Showcase - Rogue Valley

Time: March 12, 2015 from 5pm to 8pm
Location: Inn at the Commons
Street: 200 N. Riverside
City/Town: Medford
Website or Map: http://www.wesoweb.org
Phone: Lisa at 530-356-1073
Event Type: tradeshow, and, networking, event
Organized By: Lisa Schweickert
Latest Activity: Feb 7, 2015

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Women Entrepreneurs of Southern Oregon (WESO) will host their 13th annual Showcase event March 12 from 5 to 8 pm at the Inn at the Commons, Medford.

The Showcase is a combination trade show and networking event for professional women in the Rogue Valley and beyond looking to build their businesses. The event features compelling educational speakers and valuable time for business owners to connect while taking advantage of the concurrent trade show.

 

The event is free and open to the public. Men are welcome to participate. Free Business Seminars will run every half hour. Join in the fun, including prizes and complimentary appetizers.

 

Vendor tables available NOW. Information at www.wesoweb.org, 2015 Women Entrepreneurs Showcase. Contact Lisa Schweickert at [email protected] or 530.356.1073 with questions.

 

This event benefits Community Works - Dunn House Shelter, which provides a safe refuge and support services for women and children to help them escape from domestic or sexual abuse, stalking, trafficking and date violence.

 

WESO is a non-profit association of dynamic women entrepreneurs helping each other achieve business success through networking, education and mutual support.

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