Largest Women’s Expo Hits Harare, Empowering Women Across the Nation!

Harare, Zimbabwe – March 21, 2024

Prepare yourselves, ladies of Harare! The city is abuzz with excitement as the largest Women’s Expo is set to grace the Botanical Gardens on March 27th and 28th, from 9 am to 6 pm. This two-day extravaganza promises to be an event like no other, offering a platform for women to connect, learn, and thrive.

Empowerment Across All Spheres

Dubbed the “Women Rise & Thrive Expo,” this event aims to empower women from all walks of life. Whether you’re interested in finance, career growth, entrepreneurship, or simply seeking inspiration and connection, this expo has something for everyone. With a lineup of expert speakers, panel discussions, and interactive sessions, attendees will have the opportunity to gain invaluable insights and advice from industry leaders and changemakers.

Networking and Exposure

One of the highlights of the Women’s Expo is the chance to network with like-minded individuals and industry professionals. Whether you’re looking to expand your circle of contacts, explore new career opportunities, or seek mentorship, this event provides the perfect platform to connect and collaborate. So grab your girl gang and make the most of this networking extravaganza!

Tickets and Participation

Individual tickets for the event are priced at a nominal rate of $3.00 per day or $5.00 for both days, making it accessible to all. Additionally, companies are encouraged to celebrate their female employees by purchasing tickets at the same affordable rate. This is also a fantastic opportunity for businesses to thank their top customers and strengthen relationships.

Exhibitors Welcome!

For businesses looking to showcase their brand and connect with the incredible women of Harare, exhibition booths are available starting at just $150. Exhibitors will have the chance to feature their products or services in the Women’s Magazine and engage with attendees through symposiums and presentations. With limited space available, interested parties are urged to secure their spot promptly.

Don’t Miss Out!

The anticipation for the Women Rise & Thrive Expo is palpable, and tickets are selling fast. To secure your spot and join in this celebration of women’s empowerment, head over to Tavetose Events website or contact Click&Pay at 077 191 4101. Let’s make this Women’s Expo an event to remember!

Spread the Word!

Join the conversation on social media using the hashtags #WomensExpoHarare, #Empowerment, #Networking, and #SupportWomen. Spread the word, share with your network, and let’s come together to uplift and empower women across Harare and beyond!

For more information and ticket purchases, visit: Tavetose Events

Contact:

Tavetose Events Email: info@tavetose.com Phone: 077 191 4101

Let’s rise, thrive, and empower together!

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