OVER100 Vendors2,500 Business Networkers30 EmployersEmpowering and ConnectingSmall Business
August 25, 2011, from 1 to 7pmat the Holiday Inn - Skokie, IL
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For months, I’ve been telling anyone willing to listen that the statistics anddata to watch are not unemployment, but rather small businesses, their trendsand patterns. Another way to say it is, let’s watch the underemployment in ourcommunity. Those numbers are improving, new businesses are opening, andwe are seeing small, but noticeable positive trends.Now, how do we keep the momentum going? On August 25, 2011, J
, will behosting a FREE all-day business and employment expo in Skokie, IL.
is expected to draw thousands of attendees, hundredsof exhibitors, and many high-prole speakers. Targeted to both small businessowners as well as employment seekers, the event will offer marketingopportunities, visibility, and educational seminars to the small businesscommunity from around the Midwest. Registration, exhibitor, and speakerinformation is available at
Speakers include Steve Bernas; President of the Better Business Bureau, DavidSnyder; Publisher of Crain’s Chicago Business, and several other leaders inthe business, non-prot, and public sectors. This will be a great opportunity forsmall business owners, employment seekers, and entrepreneurs to network,empower, and connect. Stay tuned for more details to follow.If you know of new start-ups, small businesses, organization events, or othernewsworthy information we should share with the community, please emailus at firstname.lastname@example.org. We welcome your input.To Success,