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6th Annual New York XPO For Business
NEW YORK -- Looking for an edge in the ever-changing world of business? Be sure to attend the 6th Annual New York XPO for Business on Nov. 16 at the Jacob K.Javits Convention Center in Manhattan.
At the free event, which will run from 9:00am to 7:00pm, attendees can connect, colaborate and communicate with more than 15,000 business owners and professionals during the largest B2B convention in the Northeast.
In addition, participants can peruse approximately 300 exhibits packed with hundreds of business products and services -- and attend more than 40 seminars, covering such topics as sales, marketing, advertising, capital access, entrepreneurship, social media, best practices, business development, energy, accounting, healthcare, management and international trade.
Special events at this year's event include...
- 1010 WINS / TD Bank 5-Borough Business Breakfast Presents: Meet the "Celebrity CMO"
- PowerwomenTV Presents: Dynamic Women in Business Luncheon (note: All of the ticket proceeds benefit Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation).
- Ink from Chase and Bloomberg Television's The Mentor Present: Social Media Business Forum
- The NYC Business Networking Group Presents: After-Hours Networking Event
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