Los Angeles, CA, July 05, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- MAYO Communications, a full service public relations and digital media firm based in Los Angeles adds two major networking companies to its client roster. The Largest Mixer®, Orange County and The World Networks, Glendale, CA.
MAYO is no stranger to business events. For the last decade it has earned PRSA’s “Best Media Placement,” two years-a-row, branding the late Chief Economist Jack Kyser, LAEDC studies on Aerospace, Manufacturing, Fashion, Tourism, to TV/Film production industries. MAYO also branded the World Trade Center Association LA/LB and SoCal Leadership Council (former CA Gov.’s) The Largest Mixer is an ultimate business networking event. LA’s Largest Mixer XV is scheduled for July 18th in the Shrine Auditorium, which attracts more than 3,000 attendees and includes, but is not limited to 43 chamber of commerce’s and business organizations. The event will showcase hundreds of exhibitors for the ultimate business networking event, where people mix and mingle with business people from scores of industries and companies in and around LA County.
“L.A.'s Largest Mixer® is a great opportunity to reach small to large companies,” explained Founder Dave Linden, who also coordinates and manages The Largest Mixer® in Orange County, Inland Empire and Las Vegas. “It’s a great chance to meet new clients and learn how the different chambers of commerce and business organizations can make your business grow.”
The World Networks (TWN) has teamed with MAYO for international media relations, too. TWN connects professionals and businesses to their potential clients through its niche markets in a fast, effective and affordable way.
The World Networks, Inc. Includes: The French American Network, The Chinese American Network, The Japanese American Network, The Latin American Network, The Russian American Network, The Indian American Network, The African American Network, The Jewish American Network, The Persian American Network, The Italian American Network, The Armenian American Network, The Native American Network.
“We believe it’s our civic duty to raise awareness through the power of networking for various charitable organizations and environmental programs in our communities,” said CEO & Founder, Lousine Karibian. “We’re an exclusive worldwide professional-business networking alliance designed to market members to their potential clients.” For More about MAYO Communications visit the company website.