Ladies Expo returns on June 18

AFTER a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, plans are now in high gear for the fifth staging of Ladies Expo, which will be held on June 18 at Wolmer’s Boys’ School auditorium.

Ladies Expo is specifically tailored for today’s women, bringing together an exciting display of products and services relating to women and their lifestyle. The event provides an excellent opportunity for women to discover and learn more about existing products and services available specifically on the market for them.

Additionally, Ladies Expo offers an excellent platform for large and small local businesses to connect with women of all ages, market their brands and solidify contacts in the convenience of one location.

With over 85 exhibitors, Ladies Expo is the largest expo for women in Jamaica. The expo will feature exhibitors in the areas of fashion, beauty, health and wellness, personal care, food and beverage, wines, banking and finance, home and décor, and much more. The programme will include presentations on various women’s issues including cervical cancer prevention, fibroids prevention, women’s rights and consumers and how to build wealth from investing.

Emprezz Golding is slated to be the host and will be bringing the vibes all day. Attractions will include live entertainment on the main stage and an exciting ‘girl chat’ with Krystal Tomlinson and other public figures in the form of a panel discussion in which a wide range of topics will be discussed including dating and relationships and current women-related issues.

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