Empower, Connect, Thrive: The Women’s Expo Takes Over the Botanical Gardens!

Calling all phenomenal women! Mark your calendars for March 27th and 28th 2024, because the Women’s Expo is taking over the beautiful botanical gardens for a weekend of inspiration, connection, and empowerment.

Seize the opportunity to explore every facet of your life in-depth “12 Areas of Life”, connect with women who share your passions, and revel in the incredible strength that lies within you!

The Women’s Expo goes beyond the ordinary. It delves into the 12 crucial areas that shape a woman’s journey:

Physical Health: Learn about nutrition, fitness, and overall well-being.

Mental & Emotional Health: Explore stress management, building resilience, and emotional intelligence.

Relationships: Navigate personal and professional connections with confidence.

Finances: Gain control of your finances, budgeting, and investing strategies.

Career & Business: Discover career paths, network, and hone your entrepreneurial skills.

Spirituality: Explore your inner self, find purpose, and connect with your values.

Fun & Leisure: Discover hobbies, explore creative outlets, and embrace a life of joy.

Contribution: Make a difference, explore volunteer opportunities, and find your philanthropic path.

Learning & Growth: Embrace lifelong learning and discover new skills.

Image & Style: Develop your personal style that reflects your confidence.

Environment: Learn about sustainable living and environmental consciousness.

Home & Family: Find inspiration for creating a nurturing and fulfilling home environment.

Network, Learn, and Be Empowered:

On March 27th, immerse yourself in a day filled with enlightening symposiums covering an impressive array of 40 topics spanning all 12 dimensions of life. Connect with like-minded individuals, glean invaluable insights from renowned experts, and depart feeling empowered to seize control of your personal journey.

On March 28th, companies will have the opportunity to spotlight their products and services, presenting to a captive audience of 2,500-3,500 women per day. Don’t let this remarkable chance to exhibit pass you by. Connect with a wide-reaching audience and make your mark in the industry.

Promote your brand effectively and engage with a tailored audience.

Plan and execute your very own company-specific event on March 28th.

Become a sponsor of the Expo and elevate your brand’s visibility while gaining access to a comprehensive delegate list.

Promote your brand by advertising in the Women’s Magazine, reaching every attendee with informative articles and captivating advertisements.

Provide a special treat for your female employees by securing tickets for them.

With dedicated efforts and steadfast commitment, Zimbabwe is on the brink of unlocking the boundless potential of its women, catalyzing advancement and prosperity for the entire nation.

For ticket purchasing visit : www.tavetose.com/events/

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