The Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce has finalized some exciting additions to the J-Biz Expo and Business Conference, which will take place on Thursday, June 15, at the New Jersey Expo Center in Edison.
Paul Massey will present at the morning keynote session. Massey has made waves as of late as a candidate for mayor of New York City, but his renown in the business world dates back a lot longer. He began his career with a few hundred dollars in his pocket, and then founded the real-estate brokerage firm Massey Knakal in 1988 together with Bob Knakal. The company helped broker over $23 billion in real estate transactions before being acquired by Cushman & Wakefield for $100 million.
Duvi Honig, founder and CEO of the Chamber and J-Biz, says that the keynote session this year will be highly interactive. Not a “speech,” the session will be moderated by Aaron Klein of Breitbart Jerusalem and will include lots of opportunity for audience members to ask questions of the presenters.
“Paul Massey is an incredible addition to our all-star lineup,” says Honig. “We would like to thank him for undertaking this key role and look forward to an exciting experience for all attendees.”
In addition, Microsoft will be a gold sponsor and prime exhibitor at the conference. The Microsoft exhibition will not only showcase what the software giant has to offer, but will offer a variety of valuable services to attendees—on premises, at no cost. The on-floor services will include personal training sessions in Office 365 (choose from Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, or OneNote); Windows device tune-up; malware removal; software troubleshooting; and business technology consultation. The technicians onsite will be of the highest caliber and uniquely familiar with Microsoft operating systems and software.
Businesses and organizations can also qualify for a full-fledged professional group workshop on one of the following key topics: LinkedIn; Office 365; cybersecurity for small businesses; and OneNote. Learning more about these tools, and how they can change the way you do business, can make a transformative, positive difference in the efficiency, security and operating costs of your business.
Microsoft is not only “participating” in the event, but is utilizing J-Biz as a platform for a long-term special relationship with the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce and the broader Jewish community business world. High-ranking Microsoft officials are enthusiastically involved in J-Biz preparations and will be following up on the event with various exciting projects for the Jewish community in conjunction with the Chamber.
For more information about J-Biz Expo and Business Conference, or to reserve exhibition space, visit https://www.jbizexpo.com/.