Attend 7th Annual Small Business Summit

Are you going to be attending the Small Business Summit in New York?  You should!

This year, the 7th in a row, it takes place on Tuesday, March 6th, in the heart of New York City at the Metropolitan Pavillon.

Small Business Summit

So how would you like to attend this event for 50% off?  Yep — we’ve got complimentary ticket codes for you.

The Small Business Summit is New York’s premier event for small business owners, entrepreneurs and business professionals looking to network, learn from experts, meet with exhibitors and win great prizes. There will be approximately 500 attendees and some of the things you can expect to learn include:

  • How Orabrush used creativity and low cost video to boost sales of their tongue cleaners.
  • How the power of online software can help you grow your business, from Dell.
  • How Bonobos’ customer service ninja works to please customers and sell more pants.
  • Hear a sales guru give you her secrets … shhhhh … to getting the customer to say YES.

These are powerful lessons for every business owner.

First Come, First Served: Register Now

The first 50 Small Business Trends readers to register can attend for $100 off the price using this discount code:  SMALLBIZTRENDS100OFF

**Register here with $100 discount**

Come early and enjoy breakfast at the Summit and then listen to John “ColderICE” Lawson, the luncheon keynote speaker, who will have you laughing, crying and inspired. John spoke at last year’s Small Business Influencer Awards for a few minutes and had people spellbound with his story of being a high school dropout who grew up in the Projects in New York, and now runs a successful eCommerce business.

Scott Hintz, Founder of Tripit, will also be there and will share his success in building and selling two businesses.

Don’t miss this opportunity – register now!

Anita Campbell Anita Campbell is the Founder, CEO and Publisher of Small Business Trends and has been following trends in small businesses since 2003. She is the owner of BizSugar, a social media site for small businesses.