The W Source expands with opening a new chapter in Scottsdale

The second chapter of The W Source, a network supporting female-centric businesses, launches in Scottsdale. (Submitted photos)

The W Source recently launched its North Scottsdale chapter and continues supporting female-centric businesses.

According to a press release, this is the second chapter in Scottsdale since the company was established in late September of 2017. Rea Mayer, of RBC Wealth Management, will lead the newest chapter of the women’s network.

The W Source connects like-minded professionals and service providers in an environment for members to collaborate through local community connections.

Members represent a diverse group of various specialties, goods and professional services, the release continued.

“Bringing together an elite group of professional women to support each other, our clients, and the community is truly an honor,” Ms. Rea comment said in a prepared statement.

The W Source is an expanding nationwide networking organization for female professionals, the release detailed. Chapters are provided with tools and resources, marketing support, as well as a dedicated onboarding specialist to assist in the success of their launch.

With corporate offices in Santa Barbara, California, The W Source helps expand female professionals’ referral networks and grow their businesses by establishing a networking group of 20-25 professionals in their local area.

Members include professionals such as CPAs, attorneys, insurance specialists, Realtors, and others. Each chapter holds monthly meetings as well as “one-on-one” meetings to help members cultivate relationships within their networks.

For more information regarding the North Scottsdale Chapter or future chapter locations, contact The W Source at 1-833-W-SOURCE or at

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