Saturday September 8, 2018

Women’s Network for Entrepreneurial Training to Meet

‘Connect Before Work with WNET’ at the Port of Oswego

    “Connect Before Work with WNET” will be featured from 8-10 a.m. Thursday at the Port of Oswego, 1 E. Second St., Oswego.


    “This is an opportunity to connect with other women business owners, take a tour of the port and update your headshot,” a WNET spokesperson said. The meeting is free to attend and includes light refreshments. Pre-registration is required for access to the port.


    There will be two photographers on hand to take headshots. You will have the choice of having your headshot taken inside or outside.


    The cost will be $25 per person. iHeartOswego is providing the photographers and will be donating the proceeds from the headshot sessions to a charity of its choice. There are only 18 photo sessions available. Those wishing to have a headshot taken must express that upon registering.


    Meetings will be held quarterly at area businesses. The meetings will toggle between mornings and evenings to give more women the opportunity to attend.


    The host business will have the opportunity to showcase its business and each meeting will have a specific business-building activity.


    WNET encourages professional development and personal growth through networking, presentations, round-table discussions, workshops, and the sharing of information.


    Operation Oswego County, AXA Advisors, BeautiControl, By Detail, Mother Earth Baby and the VOW Foundation provide local support to WNET.


    Pre-registration is required and may be made by calling Operation Oswego County weekdays at 315.343.1545 or via e-mail to

    For more information about WNET, visit Follow the organization on Facebook at Entrepreneurial Training.

Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 161

Issue 161
April/May 2019

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