Cardinal Trade Group, Inc. (CTG), the producer of the New York region’s top business events, will host Trade Brooklyn (Brooklyn’s Business Trade Show) on Wednesday, April 10, 2013, at Stage 6 at Steiner Studios in Brooklyn, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Trade Brooklyn will host a special 1010 WINS TD Bank 5 Borough Business Breakfast from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m., which will jumpstart the event.
Sponsored by Time Warner Cable Business Class, Constant Contact, and Presti & Naegele, Trade Brooklyn has steadily grown in popularity and brings together the region’s best businesses, entrepreneurs and leaders who are committed to seeking business growth in Brooklyn and beyond. Leading small, medium and large businesses will participate and showcase new products, services and cost-saving solutions for business owners and professionals.
The April event, CTG’s 6th Trade Brooklyn, will attract over 1,200 attendees and feature over 100 businesses and organizations from Brooklyn and the greater metropolitan area. Attendees will connect with prospects, vendors and referral sources from every business sector. A series of educational programs conducted by leading small business speakers will be held throughout the day. Discussions will focus on finding solutions and strategies for overcoming challenges that businesses face. Trade Brooklyn seminars include:
· 1010 WINS TD Bank 5 Borough Business Breakfast
· Let’s Bring Brooklyn to the World: How to Franchise your Business Panel Discussion
· Easy Ways to Grow Your Business Using Social, Local and Mobile marketing (SoLoMo) presented by Trevor Summer, President and Co-founder of Local Vox
· How the Federal Debt Crisis and Obama’s Affordable Care Act affect your business in 2013, presented by Andrew Presti, Partner at Presti & Naegele
· The New Essentials of Email Marketing, presented by Wendi Caplan-Carroll, Area Director of Constant Contact
· Selling to Why – Brain Based Selling, presented by Sandler Training
· “Cloud Computing” … You’ve heard the term, but what does it really mean?” presented by Time Warner Cable Business Class
· How to Market Your business through Traditional and New Media, presented by CBS
“Trade Brooklyn has become the ‘go to’ business event of the spring. This year’s spring show will attract a record number of attendees and a number of new exhibitors. It is our goal to connect like-minded businesspeople and broaden their opportunities for success in the marketplace. This is the ideal event for anyone or any company who wants to do more business in Brooklyn or the greater New York metropolitan region,” said Jonathan Levin, Founder of Trade Brooklyn.
Exhibitors include local businesses and national corporations from several sectors including franchises, banking, financial services, insurance, law, accounting, marketing, social media, web design, office products and services, telecommunications, wireless services, nonprofits, government, business advocacy groups as well as local and national media companies.
Trade Brooklyn business-to-business trade show is free to attend with pre-registration or $10 at the door. Tickets to the 1010 Wins 5 Borough Business Breakfast are $25 per person with pre-registration. This breakfast will sell out. To register visit: www.tradebklyn.com. For information about exhibit booths and sponsorships call (347) 464-0777 or email@example.com. To see photos from the last Trade Brooklyn, go to http://flic.kr/s/aHsjCvkNtz.
Cardinal Trade Group produces events including Trade Brooklyn, Trade Nassau and Trade East End. These assist businesses to connect directly with prospects and market their products and services. Attendees of events network and meet with business decision makers and interact with companies that offer cost effective products, services and solutions. Each event includes educational programs geared to assist businesspeople better market, operate their businesses and overcome challenges. For more information about the company’s’ industry leading shows visit www.cardinaltradegroup.com, call (347) 464-0777 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.