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POWER - Portland Oregon Women Entrepreneur Roundtable May Event

Welcome to POWER - The Monthly Networking Event for Women!

Perhaps you are a small business owner, a health professional, lotion & potion maker, graphic designer, writer, or food creator. Whatever your passion, this event is designed to connect with women from all over Portland, create new friendships, and generate ideas to advance your business, career, or creative outlet.

This is a structured event that starts at 12:00pm sharp. Doors open at 11:30am to allow time to get a beverage, snack and mingle before we begin! We encourage you to come early to make new connections!

We all get a moment to “tell our story”, allowing the rest of us to see how we each might be able to work together & empower one another.

Each month there will be two key speakers who will go into more detail about their venture so that we can all focus our attention & brainstorm ways to help them with current challenges & further their endeavor.

We are excited to announce that the lovely Leslie from Yo Soy Candles will have a table set up at the May event with special offers for the POWER group only!

POWER supplies beverages and snacks!

Tickets are $20 online or $25 on the door.

** If you are unable to attend you can transfer your ticket to a future event. This only applies if you let us know before the event so we can provide the opportunity for someone else to attend. Space is limited so this ensures everyone gets a chance to attend!

**This is a non-sales event so this may not be the right 'fit' if you are looking to pitch your business or wares. We support each other through community and connection.

**There are a limited number of scholarship tickets available so if funds are tight and you want to check us out for the first time please email me at with a brief description of what you do and why you want to join our community! We all know what it’s like when you are just getting started and we don’t want to turn great people away.

** Anyone who identifies as a woman is welcome. I use an inclusive definition of “woman” and welcome trans women, genderqueer women, and non-binary people who identify as women in a way that’s significant to them.

~ Erin xo