Brooklyn, NY, September 07, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- NYC networking company Expos Your Business is encouraging business owners in the tristate area to register to exhibit at the upcoming Brooklyn Business Expo, a Brooklyn networking event featuring over 100 companies, 1000 attendees, and a roster of informative seminars. The Brooklyn Business Expo will occur on Sept. 20, 2011 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Grand Prospect Hall, located at 263 Prospect Ave. in Brooklyn. Online registration for business owners and attendees is currently available at http://www.BrooklynBusinessExpo.com; attendee registration is free.
"The goal of the Brooklyn Business Expo, and its parent company Expos Your Business, is to help businesses cultivate fresh, new leads while fostering an upbeat NY networking environment featuring major decision makers. Over 50% of our our attendees are business owners, presidents, and CEOs — representing top companies in the New York City area, in addition to government agencies and our national sponsors," said Mark Neuwirt, president of Expos Your Business.
The Brooklyn Business Expo will kick off at 9 a.m. with the help of "Mr. Motivation!" Kevin McRudden, the president of Motivate America and founder of National Motivation & Inspiration Day. McRudden will gear up the exhibitors on the expo floor, encouraging them to make the most of this Brooklyn networking opportunity, in addition to showcasing sponsors and inviting a select few to address the expo as a whole.
Following McRudden, search engine agency Ajax Union's CEO Joe Apfelbaum and president Zevi Friedman, both certified Google trainers, will be leading a Google Seminar to help businesses learn SEO (Search Engine Optimization), Google AdWords, and other online marketing strategies. With a focus on small and medium-sized businesses, this Google Seminar will run from 9:30 to 10 a.m.
Filling the 10 to 11 a.m. slot, the "Prime Buyers" seminar will teach attendees to how target the so-called Prime Buyers — those hard-to-reach businesspeople that are the key to making fast, frequent, and substantial sales. This informative seminar will cover techniques for establishing credibility, reaching out to top-level executives, and harnessing business trends to gain traction, among other selling skills.
Other seminars include the 11:15 a.m. "Building Business Bootcamp," featuring a panel of seasoned professionals; a look at the value of volunteering and social media at 12:30 p.m.; and Rob Basso's "Working Afternoon with Rob" at 1:30 p.m., featuring an informative blend of strategy sharing and engaging presentations.
"This Brooklyn Business Expo is about connecting with new leads and like-minded businesspeople, absorbing new strategies and practices, and having a great time. Expos Your Business and our sponsors are offering a number of exciting raffles to maintain a light, casual atmosphere. Think of it as a very, very productive party," Neuwirt added.
To learn more about the Brooklyn Business Expo or sign up to exhibit at the Sept. 20 Brooklyn marketing event, visit http://www.BrooklynBusinessExpo.com, call 718-813-8173, or email info@BrooklynBusinessExpo.com.
Expos Your Business is available online at http://www.ExposYourBusiness.com, and the NY networking company can also be found on Facebook and Twitter at http://www.facebook.com/ExposYourBusiness and http://twitter.com/ExposYourBiz; exhibitors and attendees are encouraged to visit the company Facebook page to enter to win various raffle prizes on the day of the Expo.