Toronto Women’s Expo Celebrates Women
Toronto, ON – On Saturday & Sunday, December 1st & 2nd, 2012 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, women and their families are invited to attend the Toronto Women’s Expo at Downsview Park, Studio 3, 40 Carl Hall Rd., Toronto.
The show will feature a variety of products and services that will help you take your life to the next level, whether it is for professional or personal achievement. You will interact with our sponsors, corporations and businesses that will provide an opportunity, help you upgrade your business, find life & business experts for physical, mental and enterprise improvements, business consultants, and more!Transitioning from one field to another? You will find something here! Meet welcoming leaders who will have a positive impact on your life Watch a demonstration or listen to a speaker…experts in their fields Mentally and Physically improve your life, a new outlook and direction, a new way to think! Empower Yourself! Connect with someone who will greatly influence you to make a change in the right direction Find a product or service that elates you An Empowering and Inspiring Event
The Toronto Women’s Expo’s main goal is to give women an opportunity to celebrate and empower themselves. Designed to provide inspiration, education, empowerment and a community feel among women, The Toronto Women’s Expo is more than a grand shopping event. Various presentations and featured speakers will touch on topics that affect women, such as financial security, celebrating the various roles and stages of being a woman, motherhood and maintaining your femininity, and how to work smarter – not harder – to achieve life goals.
A Targeted audience for Exhibitors’ Products and Services
From stay-at-home moms to professional business women, the Toronto Women’s Expo aims to bring organizations related to women’s personal matters as well as their professional lives to one location, provide a showcase of merchandises and amenities, and surpass the research effort, time and expense of doing something similar independently.
A Unique Show for Women
There’s something for everyone at the Toronto Women’s Expo. From getting advice on developing one’s business, finding an opportunity to get involved, learning how to dress for one’s body type and manipulate a professional wardrobe, to first-aid and other life altering initiatives – participants will find unique opportunities to discover, learn, network, and be inspired.
An Exceptional Business Opportunity
Without a doubt, the Toronto Women’s Expo attendees present a truly targeted yet diverse audience for an exceptional opportunity to connect with other talented women.
Everyone is welcome
Even though the Toronto Women’s Expo is designed for women, men are welcome to attend as well! Take advantage of this rare opportunity to learn more about the women in your life, as well as improve your own life through personal benefit or to elevate your business.
Giving back by participating
TWE supports 6 charities at this expo: Canadian Blood Services, North York Harvest Food Bank, A Celebration of Women Foundation, WomanAide, Canadian Breast Cancer Association, and Prostate Cancer.
WomenAide is a Toronto not-for-profit group founded in 2006. Our #1 mission is to collect goods-in-kind for women who have suffered spousal abuse.
Remember Ladies: Bring in a donation for WomenAide as we are collecting at this event! Donation ideas: brand new personal care items such as soap, toothpaste, shampoo, deodourant & feminine hygiene. Your donation supports women at shelters who have suffered spousal abuse. You can drop them off at the WomenAide table close to our registration desk. For more donation suggestions, please visit www.womenaide.com.
thank you for your donation!
Through ongoing community and media partnerships, WomenAide has collected, screened and processed thousands of personal care products such as shampoo, soap/body wash, toothpaste, diapers, feminine protection and food for women and children in need.
These goods have been distributed to women’s abuse shelters in Toronto such as Women’s Habitat, Ernestine’s, ETA Vaughan, Red Door Family Shelter, Yellow Brick House, and Nellie’s.
For more information on WomenAide, please visit www.womenaide.com or contact Tracey Cairns, Founder at 416 236-5110.