So much of success in today’s business world comes down to being in the right place at the right time. Thanks to Small Business Expo, we make it easy for business owners and executives to meet with other leaders.
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 28, 2013
Small Business Expo, a tradeshow that connects thousands of business professionals from the nation’s leading companies, is now accepting registrations for its Dallas event, scheduled for June 20, 2013 at the Dallas Convention Center, Hall A. With the online signup form at http://www.TheSmallBusinessExpo.com, interested individuals can complete a free registration and look forward to a day of effective networking, informative workshops, and new opportunities.
“So much of success in today’s business world comes down to being in the right place at the right time. Thanks to Small Business Expo, we make it easy for business owners and executives to meet with other leaders. We encourage business owners in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to join us on June 20 at the Dallas Convention Center, Hall A. With the full schedule of workshops, networking events, and demonstrations available, we believe this will be our most successful expo yet,” said Zachary Lezberg, producer of the business networking events nationwide.
Small Business Expo hosts some of the best-attended business events across the country, drawing thousands of business owners seeking the latest products and innovations to grow their companies. Any business owner will be able to explore the expo floor and learn more about new products and services that can help maximize efficiency in the workplace. Companies focused on B2B goods and services can register as exhibitors and gain easy access to an enthusiastic and well-informed market. The expo floor is ideal for making new business connections, researching the latest methods and technologies in any corporate sector, and finding prospects for future sales.
The Dallas business networking event will include many additional opportunities for executives to share their latest developments and discuss collaborations. In the expo’s unique speed networking events, participants will meet many other top professionals in rapid-fire interviews. By attending the speed networking events, executives can hear many elevator pitches in quick succession and easily amass a list of contacts in a short time. After the expo concludes, this list can be a great source of future leads, referrals, and sales.
Attendees at the Dallas Small Business Expo will also be able to enter their information in the business card showcase, a premium event held at each of the annual expos. Business cards featured in the showcase are available for attendees with upgraded badges to view, so expo visitors who enter their information can make their contact details accessible to the companies most invested in the event. As these companies will be the ones searching most aggressively for new employees, new technology, and networking opportunities, the business card showcase is among the best ways for an expo attendee to ensure a follow-up call.
Additional networking amenities, such as the Small Business Expo cyber lounge and numerous pavilions with more focused programming, allow attendees to make the most of the day-long event. The expo also emphasizes education and professional development, with a full schedule of small business workshops at every event.
Interested parties can register now for a free badge or upgrade to a premium level for perks like reserved seating and access to exclusive events. More information is available on the company’s website at http://www.TheSmallBusinessExpo.com. Those who wish to attend the business expo can also call 212-404-2345 for additional details. The expo’s organizers maintain active profiles on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/SmallBusinessExpo and on Twitter at http://twitter.com/TheBizExpo as well as a blog at http://blog.TheSmallBusinessExpo.com.