3rd Annual Networking in the H.U.B Event September 21, 2013
Saturday, September 21, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (EDT)
When & Where
The Hempstead-Uniondale Times & The Power Networking Business Seminar Series
Networking in the H.U.B., Long Island's Most Anticipated Business-2-Business Event Set for Saturday, September 21, 2013
Business Owners and Business Resources Converge for the Third Annual Workshop in Hempstead, NY
The Hempstead/Uniondale Times, along with The Power Networking Business Series will host “Networking in the H.U.B.,” one of Long Island's most anticipated business seminars, on Saturday, September 21st from 10:00AM - 2:00PM at the African-American Museum of Nassau County located at 110 North Franklin, Hempstead, NY.
The 3rd Annual Networking in the H.U.B. seminar aims to bring together small business owners, civic leaders, and community resource organizations to network and learn. Business owners will find assistance in developing strategies to assist them in stimulating their economic success. Additionally, the September 21st event will give professionals in attendance the opportunity to meet and talk with others in business, and execute trade while fostering professional relationships.
Three noted business speakers -- Jack Signorelli, Business Expert, Consultant, Strategist, Leadership Trainer, Executive Recruiter and Public Speaker; Gail Lewis, Author, Communication Trainer and Award-Winning Toastmaster; and Phil Andrews, Motivational Speaker, CEO of P.A. Public Relations, and Immediate Past President of 100 Black Men of Long Island -- will present at this Business-2-Business event.
The event is open to all. However, seating is limited and registration is required. To register for the 3rd Annual Networking in the H.U.B., please log on to https://networkinginthehubseptember212013.eventbrite.com. For sponsorship inquires, vending opportunities, or general admission queries, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 516-292-1263 or 347-475-7158.
On September 21, 2013, business owners in the tri-state region will converge on Long Island to continue to process of revitalizing business development and trade. Hempstead, Long Island has been long considered the Hub or epicenter of business. Small business owners will come together at The African American Museum of Nassau County in Hempstead on Saturday, September 21 in an effort to network and to develop strategies that will help them stimulate their own personal economic success.
Dubbed “Networking in the HUB,” the event’s goal is to bring together small business owners, community and civic leaders to share information and support each other. The event will give professionals in attendance the opportunity to meet and talk with others in business and execute trade and foster business relationships.