Trade Brooklyn energizes business – Oct. 16

Robert Walsh, NYC commissioner, Department of Small Business Services.
Photo courtesy of www.nyc.gov
Photo courtesy of www.nyc.gov

Cardinal Trade Group, Inc. (CTG), a New York regional Business-to-Business trade shows and event management company, will host Trade Brooklyn on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2012, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Stage 6 in Steiner Studios, in Brooklyn. The business-to-business trade show provides opportunities for business owners and professionals to network, market and promote their products and services to the local community. A 1010 WINS TD Bank five Borough Business Breakfast, 7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. will feature a Trade Brooklyn Panel of successful entrepreneurs. The panel moderator will be Juliet Papa of 1010 WINS and panelists include Robert Walsh, NYC commissioner, Department of Small Business Services; Alan Rosen, owner, Junior’s; Steve Hindy, president, Brooklyn Brewery; Maryann Gilmarten, executive VP of Commercial and Residential Development, Forest City Commissioner. The discussion will focus on how government, business and community have come together to create this success story.

The October event will be CTG’s fifth Trade Brooklyn featuring more than 100 businesses and organizations from Brooklyn and the greater metropolitan area. The show attracts over 1,200 attendees from Brooklyn and the greater New York region. Brooklyn business owners and professionals will connect with prospects, vendors and referral sources from every business sector. Throughout the day a series of seminars with leading small-business speakers will discuss solutions and strategies for business growth and success.

Trade Brooklyn Seminars Topics:

•“Selling to Why: Brain-Based Selling,” presented by Sandler Sales Training

•“Entrepreneurial Equation: Financial Solutions for Business Owners,” presented by Edward Jones

•“The Brooklyn Tech Era,” presented by the Brooklyn Tech Meetup

•“How to Lead Your Business to Success,” presented by Vistage

•“Social Media Marketing – Developing a Digital Strategy to Make Sense of New Media”

•“Hyperlocal – How to Drive Business to your Front Door,” presented by MRL Social Media Inc.

•“The Power of Email Marketing,” presented by Constant Contact Certified Trainer

“Business growth is essential for our economy and for our communities. Trade Brooklyn is a catalyst for business activity in the local area and region as a whole. Businesses that exhibit at our shows demonstrate their ideas, product and services to prospects. Attendees learn about the latest products and services that can assist their businesses be more competitive, profitable and efficient,” said Jonathan Levin, founder of Trade Brooklyn.

Trade Brooklyn Trade show is free to attend with pre-registration. Tickets for the 1010 WINS TD Bank five Borough Business Breakfast are $25. To purchase tickets and to register, go to brooklyntradeshow.com. For more information about exhibiting,call (347) 464-0777 or e-mail [email protected].

Cardinal Trade Group events help businesses promote their products and services to the business community, meet new clients and network with key decision makers. Trade Brooklyn and Cardinal Trade Groups other shows help to generate millions of dollars in local economic activity. For more information about the company’s industry leading shows visit www.cardinaltradegroup.com, call (347) 464-0777 or e-mail [email protected].

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