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New York, NY (Profitable.com) The Seventh Annual Small Business Summit (#smallbizsummit, smallbiztechsummit.com) is New York’s premier event for small business owners looking to network with other decision-makers, attend cutting edge seminars and check out the newest products & services available to help their small businesses succeed.
“The Summit brings hundreds of small business owners, entrepreneurs and vendors from around the tri-state area together to discuss their challenges and share their insights for growth,” says Marian Banker MBA, Co-Producer of the Summit and President of Prime Strategies. “While other events are downsizing, we are growing into a larger space to accommodate our attendees and exhibitors and are thankful for companies such as Dell for their continued involvement as exhibitors and speaker.”
The Small Business Summit runs from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and offers a variety of informative workshops and panels relating to small business. Topics to be addressed include: Real Businesses Getting Real Results with Technology; How Orabrush Used Creativity to Boost Sales, Inner Game of Prospecting; How to Overcome Sales Call Reluctance; 30 Minutes, 15 Tips – Success Tips from Local Gurus; and so much more. In addition, one small business will win the Summit’s Small Business Strategy Award. Businesses looking to apply may visit smallbiztechsummit.com for more information.
Located at the Metropolitan Pavilion at 125 West 18th Street, the Summit and Exhibit floor open at 8:00 a.m. and boast a broad variety of exhibiting companies who provide products and services to small business owners.
“Our sponsors, exhibitors and speakers are all dedicated to helping small and medium size businesses thrive,” adds Banker “This year’s Summit gives our partners the opportunity to connect with more businesses while showing them how attainable the latest technology can be for their own unique business.”
“With a growing roster of speakers which currently include, Scott Hintz of Tripit, Austin Craig of Orabrush, and Connie Kadansky of Exceptional Sales, attendees will find the information inspiring and relevant to their business,” adds Ramon Ray, Co Producer of the Summit and editor of SmallBizTechnology.com. “We hope attendees will take advantage of our 2012 New Year’s Early Registration rate,” adds Ray.
Full fee is $199 for the all day event. The 2012 New Year’s Early Registration Rate of $99 is valid until January 9, 2012. More information on the Summit and the awards can be found at http://www.smallbiztechsummit.com.