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Two Great Conferences this Week You Won’t Want to Miss





This week we have two featured events that could take you from coast to coast.

Happening on the Pacific side of the nation is MozCon in Seattle, Washington. With the tag line “not your typical marketing conference,” MozCon promises three days of sessions led by a bevy of speakers and extra events for fun.

You can participate in the Monday night bar crawl, Tuesday night networking, or Wednesday after party with free drinks and appetizers provided at them all.

Of course, you could also swing by the Atlantic and check out BlogHer15, the world’s largest conference for women content creators. This event will be taking place in New York. Here’s a chance to connect with a large number of people and brands. Keynote speakers include Girl Scouts CEO Anna Maria Chavez, and actress Gwyneth Paltrow, Founder of goop, Inc.

To see a full list or to submit your own event, contest or award listing, visit the Small Business Events Calendar.





Featured Events, Contests and Awards

Moz ConMoz Con
July 13, 2015, Seattle, Washington

Not your average stuffy networking event, MozCon features three days of forward-thinking, actionable sessions in SEO, social media, community building, content marketing, brand development, CRO, the mobile landscape, analytics, and more. MozCon speakers share advanced advice on everything from building a loyal community to making data-driven decisions in your marketing.


BlogHerBlogHer
July 16, 2015, New York, New York

A conference celebrating women who blog. The mission is to create opportunities for women in social media to gain community, education, exposure and economic empowerment. The event will be co-hosted along with SheKnows Media in New York City at the New York Hilton.


Adobe MaxAdobe Max
October 3, 2015, Los Angeles, California

MAX provides strictly unplugged, old-school inspiration with a mix of people from creative leaders, designers, broadcast and video pros, tech and business strategists, photographers, and more. This shared energy and passion sparks new ideas, drives new partnerships, and breaks new ground every year. MAX attracts inspirational and iconic speakers that share their personal stories. GRAMMY-award winning band Kings of Leon will be there and you can connect with 5,000 other creatives at daily social events.


DreamforceDreamforce
October 13, 2015, San Francisco, California

Whether you’re a company of five or a Fortune 500, you’ll learn a lot of innovative ways to improve your business at Dreamforce. With over 1,400 sessions and thousands of live solutions from the world’s largest cloud ecosystem, Dreamforce has tailored content specific to your business size and type, for any role in your company.


Global Small Business ForumGlobal Small Business Forum
October 23, 2015, Chicago, Illinois

The Global Small Business Forum 2015 held in Chicago will help entrepreneurs and small business owners export successfully and network with their peers. It will answer such questions as: What’s the best way to ship goods? How will I get paid? Do I need a license? Should I sell direct or indirect? Does my business have what it takes to sell in China?


World Business Forum New York 2015World Business Forum New York 2015
November 12, 2015, New York, New York

In 2015 the World Business Forum will present two days of powerful stories; of individuals who face shocks – both personal and organizational – and who use those shocks to achieve the extraordinary. Speakers include Sir Richard Branson, Jim Collins, a former faculty member at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Walter Isaacson, once the 14th editor of TIME magazine in 1996 and named Chairman and CEO of CNN in 2001, Adam Grant, author of the New York Times bestseller Give and Take and Herminia Ibarra, Professor of Leadership and Learning and Professor of Organizational Behavior at INSEAD.


More Events

More Contests

  • CWE’s 2015 Women-Owned Business Challenge (a New England Pitch Competition)
    August 14, 2015, Online
  • NASE Growth Grant Awards
    December 10, 2015, Online

This weekly listing of small business events, contests and awards is provided as a community service by Small Business Trends and SmallBizTechnology.

Microphone photo via Shuttersock

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  1. Aira Bongco

    So many events happening. Too bad I can’t go. I hope people who are able to go are also able to share their experience so that other people may learn.

  2. I’ve heard a lot of good things about Moz Con. Would love to attend some time, but this year isn’t the year.

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