New York, NY (PressExposure) July 22, 2014 -- After successful events in the past, Expo organizers decided to announce their new event dates well ahead of time. More than 5,000 show registrants, primarily from small to medium enterprises (SMEs), are expected to attend. The expo will showcase the largest business trade show in US, a network event, and a series of conferences from the country's leading business professionals. The San Francisco event will be followed by Boston on October 02, and Los Angeles on November 06 in 2014.
This year, The Small Business Expo will be hosting a series of week-long conferences in 7 major cities. Each Expo in the series is designed to give SMEs a chance to interact with industry leaders and other business professionals. Following San Francisco, Boston, and Los Angeles, the Expo will continue in Dallas, Miami, New York, and Chicago.
The Golden Event
The details for the rest of the Expo are still to be discussed. As of the moment, all spotlights turn to San Francisco as more than 5,000 registrants are projected to participate. Over 150 exhibitors from different markets are expected to showcase their products, services, and expertise in their own fields.
The exhibitions are designed to help business owners to learn from their peers or network with others who can help their business grow. Entrepreneurs will also be able to meet representatives from the world's leading brand in business, communication, and technology. Yelp, GoDaddy, Verizon, and Bank of America are just some of the major business participants that SME owners are expected to meet at the Expo.
25 Workshop Series
One of the highlights of the event is the workshop series. There are more than 25 workshops in a wide range of markets. Each workshop will feature content-rich presentations to help SMEs grow in local and global markets, across different business models. The highlight of the expo is a keynote presentation by renowned business innovation leader Bill Walsh.
Participants are anticipating insightful business presentations from Walsh, focusing on business growth, network expansion, and harnessing the potentials of an SME.
Another highlight to the event is the Exhibitor Hall where hundreds of businesses, from small to mammoth enterprise, will showcase their products and services. Interaction and energy are always at a high level at the Exhibitor Hall. It will give entrepreneurs a chance to engage in business-oriented discussions and meet leaders in various industries.
The Expo will be held at the Fort Mason Center, along the scenic San Francisco Waterfront. With a large venue and an impressive number of projected guests, the event will give businesses a huge chance to meet and network with like minded business owners.
The Small Business Expo is free to attend. Business owners are free to upgrade their pass for more perks. Following years of successful expo, this year's San Francisco Expo is projected to gather a huge crowd. Participants are encouraged to register early as slots are limited. Interested parties can reach the organizers at (212) 404-2345 and (212) 253-4123, or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. More information available here on our website : http://www.thesmallbusinessexpo.com