Women Entrepreneurs of Southern Oregon (WESO)

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Entrepreneur Expo

Every spring, WESO hosts a combined tradeshow and networking event to help you discover the extraordinary variety of  entrepreneurs in the Rogue Valley. WESO offers this special event to share what its members and other business owners have to offer. It’s also a great networking and shopping opportunity.

Our next annual expo will be in March, 2019. Vendor spaces will be available about two months in advance.

FREE ADMISSION! (Vendor tables at additional cost.)

Businesses represented range from gift items to office support to food items, jewelry, wellness products, skincare and much more. It's a great opportunity to explore the exhibits and find out more about our vibrant community group.

You can be a part of this annual event! Both members AND non-members can be exhibitors at the event. It's your chance to network, show your stuff, make new contacts, and make sales. And, it's a lot of fun!

Prize drawings throughout the evening make this event truly exciting.

Cash Prize, too! - Get vendors to sign our "Visit the Vendors" sheet and you get a chance to win a cash prize. 

Everyone brings their business cards to network, network, network!


This event also 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. Click here to learn more.


2018 Entrepreneur Expo

WESO celebrated our 16th fantastic year of our annual event on March 8, 2018. The ballroom buzzed with networking, sales, and new friendships. Check out the vendor list from this event.

See photos from the Expo!

Attendees also won lots of prizes! Individual vendors had prize drawings from their tables and others donated products and services to the WESO prize baskets.

Thanks go the following businesses that donated prizes to our event.

  • All Points Organized, Dan Höering
  • Bobbios Pizza
  • Chamber of Medford/Jackson County, Charlotte Hodel and Alexis Hodel
  • Chickadee Creative Coloring, Linda Lowe
  • Empowering Hypnotherapy and  Much More, Alaya Ketani
  • Getting Lippy with Cindy, Cindy Woodard
  • Gotta Party, Sandy Midwood
  • Human Bean
  • Indigo Creek Outfitters
  • Infinity Insurance Solutions, Debbie Hodgson
  • Jamberry, Jennifer Wood and Margie Runia
  • Keep Me Safe Organics, Tina Tyner
  • LearnEASE, LLC and Diahana Barnes Coaching
  • Lumerian Healing Arts Day Spa, Anastacia Townsend
  • Medford Pet Butler, Jim Ward
  • New Hope Wellness, Denise Bahn-Bales
  • Office Support Solutions & Creative Unique Gifts, Joyce Crain
  • Only Love Reiki, Chelle McCoy
  • PartyLite, Jenny Buck
  • Purium, Debra Pruyn
  • Purses by Marylea, Marylea Sanders
  • Raika in Motion, Raika Diana McFarland
  • Rapp Marketing and Design, Marilyn Rapp
  • Redline Engraving and Promotions, Rachel Reber
  • Scentsy, Colleen Reasoner
  • Soul Canyon Training and Development, Mary Hambleton
  • Southern Oregon Float Spa, LLC, Jamey Kirschel
  • Sun Gold Medicinals, Brie Malarkey
  • Supertech Food/Beverage Solutions, Inc., Carol Vandell
  • Taco Now
  • Terry Senko Bookkeeping
  • The Inn on Fifth in Jacksonville, Wendy Roberts
  • Thirty-One Gifts, Meggean Bos-Marquez
  • Travel Medford
  • Unicorn Glitter Sharts, Breanna Grieve
  • Vera Scents, LLC, Robert Stern
  • Writing and Editing, Cathie Izor
  • Your Village Doulas, Amanda Rose
  • Youth for Christ

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