The Work at Home Business Expo and The Longevity Fair

   Our Mission:

"Events that empower entrepreneurship and equip you with the resources to build and protect greater wealth and ensure the good health to enjoy it through all your years ahead"

 FREE Info Packed Event Bag to the first 500 attendees

WaHB Expo is partnering with the Longevity Fair in 2014 to bring attendees information and services regarding both business start-ups accessible to the average American family and preparing for retirement and the future. The marriage of these two events is ideal, especially when you consider the demographic data. WaHB Expo is now in its fifth year with previous events from San Diego to San Francisco. Attendee data collected during these events demonstrated that our primary demographic is people age 50 and above. Combined with those 35 to 49 years of age, the total percentage of attendees in the middle age range is 76%. The retirement services and information provided by the Longevity Fair will be of particular interest to these attendees and even more so for those who are business owners or looking to be so. The economic concerns that drive Baby Boomers and those approaching 50 to explore flexible and alternative revenue sources at WaHB Expo also reflect issues that are the very focus of the Longevity Fair.

WaHB Expo is a Business Opportunity and Franchise Showcase.  What differentiates WaHB Expo from other franchise expo’s is access; specifically, access by the average American family.   At a typical franchise expo you will find business opportunities that require start-up investments of hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars, rendering them unattainable for the average family.  At WaHB Expo the start-up investment for your new business ranges from $50 to $75,000; meaning, that if you can afford to take a date to dinner, or if you can afford to drive an SUV, then you can afford to start your own business.  So the real question is, can you afford not to?

At WaHB Expo we believe that every one, or at least every family, should be business owners.  History has repeatedly demonstrated that no matter your profession or sense of job security, no job is 100% secure.  This latest Great Recession is only the most current reminder.

The Work at Home Business Expo is the next generation of public event.  It is really a hybrid, bringing the availability of the consumer-show event together with the professional relevance of the trade-show event.  

The Work at Home Business Expo is an event that is sensitive to the conditions of our current economy, and the needs of an inventive and industrious American work force.    This event is the natural evolution of a tradition of home based entrepreneurs in America.   Hershey’s Chocolate, Ford Motor Co., and Apple Computer all began as Home Based Businesses.

If you have ever considered a home based business but have been hesitant to invest without meeting representatives from the company in person, or if you have a Home Based Business and are looking for the services and network to grow and support it, then this is the event for you.

WaHB Expo offers the chance to choose from amongst the free-market of ideas.  Educate yourself about the wide variety of Home-Based Business Models and Franchises available so you can make an informed decision about which opportunity is right for you, your family, your skill-set and lifestyle.  WaHB Expo gives you personal access to the tools, resources and experts to grow and support your existing business as well.

Open Saturday 11 am to 5 pm, and Sunday 11 am to 4 pm.  Admission is $5 at the door or sign up ahead of the event for FREE Admission hereChildren 17 and under are always free.  Public Parking Conveniently Located:  Cost for parking will vary from venue to venue.



Parent Category: Company Info




Sat. 11am - 5pm, Sun 11am - 4pm

"Today, tens of thousands of people are considering starting a home-based business, and for good reasons..."

Excerpted from "55 Surefire Home Based Businesses" by Entrepreneur Press & Cheryl Kimball, available from Entrepreneur Press.