Group member Susan Escalante said, “The events are so fun, that’s why I keep coming back. The ladies are so supportive of each other and we really have a great time.”
The group, also known as WIBSCO, holds activities every other month that include visiting businesses, learning the ins and outs of their professions, and networking.
As part of the event, the women came together and heard a presentation given by Wendy, the founder of Tabitha’s way.
She said, “Tabitha’s way local food pantry has two locations in Utah County, and we primarily serve the working class poor, families and individuals that are in our community that are just struggling to have enough food in their home.”
The women also toured RK Creative Studios, which was just voted the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of commerce’s Business of the month. The photo studio teaches photography and design.
Founder of the studio, Randi Kaufman, said, “I do, of course, photography and I do graphic design and help other people with their marketing.”
The owners of Tabitha’s way and and RK Creative Studios are just a few of the women in the goru that have taken the initiative to make their dreams a reality.
On the purpose of the group, Kaufmen said, “Our purpose is to encourage and help promote women in business, we like to help promote, we like to help give out any resources that we can to help build businesses, we do a lot of business between each other, we’re a great referral system to each other.”
Agreeing, Osborne said, “There are areas where we all seem to, where we can meet and connect. Where we can share experience and our knowledge that helps one another. And so that’s what I love about Women in Business and we truly are one another’s biggest champions. It’s a great and amazing group.”