Dallas Small Business Expo Announces Partners

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SMALL BUSINESS EXPO® (http://www.thesmallbusinessexpo.com), the nation’s largest business to business trade show, will return to Dallas on Wednesday January 18th.

The day-long conference and trade show, travels the country’s top cities for small business bringing together industry thought leaders and experts in a hands-on environment that features more than 20+ free workshops and programs along with 100+ interactive booths, demos and brand exhibits.  Headlining the event is Bill Walsh, Founder and CEO of Powerteam International with a presentation: Success By Design – The 7 Keys to Build a Mega-Successful Businessin the Inspiration 2020 Showcase Theatre.

Our partners work hard to make Small Business Expo a success.  This year’s partners include: Apple Capital Group Inc., BizTV/BizTalk Radio, Bureau of Labor Statistics – Dallas, Business & Community Leaders of Texas, Chinamerica Radio, Dallas /Fort Worth MSDC, Dallas Observer, DFW Entrepreneur-Exchange-Speed-Networking, E Nichole and Associates, Expanse LLC, FACC-Dallas Fort Worth, Greater East Dallas Chamber of Commerce, Greater East Dallas Chamber of Commerce, Irving Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, LiftFund, Minority Business Development Agency, NAWBO DFW, Network after Work, People Fund, Tri-County Regional Hispanic CC, U.S. India Chamber of Commerce DFW, U.S. Small Business Administration, Teen Tyme Productions, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Women Entrepreneur Resource and Educational Community.

Start-ups and business owners can take advantage of free admission and educational workshops covering online/social media marketing, employee benefit plans, credit and financing, strategies for increasing revenue and team productivity, mentoring, cloud technologies, retirement plans and much more.

Small Business Expo (https://www.thesmallbusinessexpo.com/dallas) expects to have more than 3,500 registered attendees from across the Dallas metropolitan area shopping for business resources, developing business leads, gaining new insights and networking with peers.

“Experts tell us that more and more Dallas residents are wanting to take the entrepreneurial leap,” says event founder Zachary Lezberg, “but that the biggest barrier to starting a new business is that people don’t think they can” he adds, “With the program we’ve put together, we believe our attendees will feel more empowered by the end of the day.”

This year’s Titanium Sponsor: Powerteam International will be joined by Platinum Sponsor: Emerge Anywhere – Office Space Services, Gold Sponsors:  AT&T, Geico, Progressive, Wells Fargo; and Silver Sponsors: Advance Local, Bank of America, BizTV/BizTalk Radio, Cogeco Peer 1, PrintBurner,  CRS Texas, YP Marketing Solutions, Ziplocal and Zoho Corporation.

DALLAS SMALL BUSINESS EXPO will take place at the Dallas Convention Center | Hall A – 650 S. Griffin Street, Dallas, TX 75202 from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm.

For media inquiries, or complimentary press passes please contact: Susan Baah, 212-651-0679, Susan@theshowproducers.com.

About Small Business Expo

SMALL BUSINESS EXPO® is the nation’s largest small business networking and learning event, and an Inc. 5000 company. Every year, over 65,000 small business professionals and entrepreneurs across the country attend the SMALL BUSINESS EXPO in 18 MAJOR US Markets to take their business to the next level. The show’s owner, Film, Stage & ShowBiz Expo LLC. was founded in 2008 by Zachary Lezberg. The company’s headquarters are located at 555 8th AVE Suite 909 New York, NY 10018. For more information, visitwww.thesmallbusinessexpo.com, call (212) 404-2345, or email: info@thesmallbusinessexpo.com . For additional information, follow and connect on our social networks:

LinkedIn:www.linkedin.com/company/small-business-expo

Facebook:www.facebook.com/SmallBusinessExpo

Twitter:www.twitter.com/TheBizExpo

You Tube:www.youtube.com/user/SmallBusinessExpo

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebizexpo/

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