At My Age: Midlife and Thriving Marketplace

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As the “I’m not done yet” generation ages, the demand for products and services geared toward this demographic group will only increase. The marketplace will be a space for businesses and nonprofit organizations offering women’s products and services. From entrepreneurship and finance to retirement and health, a wealth of information will be available at the event.

In addition, there will be beauty demonstrations and panel discussions on various topics of interest. This will surely be a valuable event for anyone looking to connect with this growing market.

Let’s Get Real About Entrepreneurship. Sure Black women are one of the fastest growing groups of entrepreneurs in the country, but the receipts are severely lagging behind their counterparts.

Donna Baxter Porcher (Soul Pitt Media), Lyz Marshall (Seton Hill University), and Stefani Smith (Neighborhood Community Development Fund) will be sharing information that will help you to get out of stuck.

This event is free, but we do ask that you register if you are going to attend the business panel discussion. Contact us at: events@onyxwoman

Let’s Talk about Hair Loss and Skincare for Women over 40 with Our Expert Panelist

Trichologist Charice Hundley (Destani Trichology)
Stephanie Bradley, owner of Skin by Stephanie

Vendor Registration is Now Closed for Small Businesses.

Email us at: Events@onyxwoman.com

Here is the list of the current vendors:


  1. Consolidated Communications
  2. I Love Me Some Jewelry- Paparazzi
  3. Tastefully Simple
  4. Brown Mamas
  5. Aetna Insurance
  6. Secret Saks
  7. Lady Tees Wellness Teas
  8. Crochet Neau
  9. Western & Southern Life Financial Services
  10. Espirations Greeting Cards
  11. Pittsburgh Regional Transit/(DBA-Port. Authority of Allegheny County)
  12. WAVE
  13. Pittsburgh Food Bank
  14. WAAR: Women Against Abusive Relationships
  15. Staci’s Creations
  16. Thick But Fit Crew LLC
  17. Holding Space and Grace, LLC
  18. Your Stylish Ways: T-shirts, Sweats and Jewelry www.yourstylishways.com
  19. Neighborhood Community Fund
  20. Skin By Stephanie
  21. LaVerne Baker
  22. Charles Franklin Insurance
  23. Seton Hill University
  24. S&S Chocolatz
  25. GRANDMArvelous
  26. Kay’s Satin Bonnets
  27. Chatham University Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship – Women’s Business Center 
  28. Join us in thanking a sponsors who has helped to make this event possible.

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