Are you heading to the 2023 Wanneroo Business Expo?

Quinns Rocks resident and Avenaut Consulting owner Jon Brown is a Wanneroo Business Expo supporter.

WANNEROO Business Expo 2023 is heading to The Marina Mindarie on Thursday, March 30 for a day of networking, promotion and connection.

This year 44 exhibitors will showcase their products and services from a cross section of industries including retail, finance, hospitality, employment and real estate.

Visitors can expect a light morning and afternoon tea, giveaways and competitions, tastings and demonstrations and plenty of networking opportunities.

Expo closing party sponsor Karmic Strength and Conditioning will be running a fitness challenge on their stand and joining many other businesses offering a fun and interactive experience for visitors.

The 2023 expo is also launching its inaugural advice hub presented by Training Alliance Group, providing visitors with general advice across many different areas of business including guidance and tips around content writing, cybersecurity, start-up business advice and how to get more leads through your website.

With free entry for visitors and a free closing party, the expo is looking forward to welcoming local businesses, the general public, students and retirees as well as federal politicians and City of Wanneroo representatives.

Since Wanneroo Business Association partnered with City of Wanneroo in 2016, the Wanneroo Business Expo has gone from strength to strength.

From humble beginnings at Kingsway shopping Centre, the expo last year attracted more than 450 visitors through the doors.

Wanneroo Business Association membership and events coordinator Eleanor Mulder said that it was wonderful to be able to bring such a large event to the area and for businesses to be able to connect following a downturn in events during Covid-19.

“There is a real need for local businesses to connect and promote their services with each other on a B2B basis,’’ she said.

“The business expo also allows members of the public to find out more about the local businesses they can support.”

Free tickets can be booked online or turn up on the day from 11.30am to 3.30pm.