Small Business Expo Opens Registration for Its Los Angeles Business Networking Event

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Small Business Expo, one of the largest B2B networking events for business professionals, has recently announced that it is now accepting registration for its upcoming Los Angeles trade show, scheduled for November 7, 2013.

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We’re encouraging all LA-area business owners and entrepreneurs to join us on November 7th to learn about new products and services that can help their business grow as well as make new connections.

Small Business Expo, a networking event that connects thousands of business professionals from various industries, has recently opened registration for its upcoming Los Angeles trade show. Scheduled for November 7, 2013, the Los Angeles event will feature Small Business Expo’s signature blend of networking and educational opportunities, including everything from an after party and mixer to a keynote lecture.

“This is our last trade show of 2013 and we’re excited to host it in Los Angeles! We’re encouraging all LA-area business owners and entrepreneurs to join us on November 7th to learn about new products and services that can help their business grow as well as make new connections with other business owners, senior managers, and more,” said Zachary Lezberg, producer of the Los Angeles trade show.

The November 7th event will take place from 10AM to 5PM in the California Market Center in Los Angeles. Located in the heart of the city, the center is the second largest venue in LA and offers 90,000 square feet of space for workshops, exhibits, and more. Small Business Expo will be utilizing this expansive area for the many items on its programs, including seminars, speed networking sessions, and more.

Small Business Expo draws in a large range of business professionals from many of the country’s leading companies. Basic registration is free and anyone who works for a B2B company is encouraged to attend. Every registrant receives access to the Exhibitor Hall, Speed Networking Sessions, Cyber Lounge, and Keynote Session. Attendees can also choose to pay for access to additional programs, such as the more than 25 workshops offered at each business networking event, and businesses can also choose to pay for an exhibit to showcase their wares or services.

For more information about the upcoming Los Angeles trade show, visit http://www.TheSmallBusinessExpo.com. Business professionals are also encouraged to contact Small Business Expo by dialing 212-404-2345 for information about the event or to arrange for an exhibit space or sponsorship. Updates about upcoming networking events are also posted on Facebook and Twitter at http://www.facebook.com/SmallBusinessExpo and http://twitter.com/TheBizExpo

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