It is not every day that your business can share a floor with the likes of Wells Fargo, Amex and Bank of America Merrill Lynch, but that is precisely what makes the 2016 J-Biz Expo and Business Conference such an exciting opportunity.
With registration for the June 1 event in full swing, the growing list of participants is impressive and highly diverse. Wells Fargo Bank announced that it will be a silver sponsor of the event. Other leading corporate powerhouses that will feature prominently at the expo include Amex and Bank of America Merrill Lynch, who will be there as exhibitors.
Benjamin Seleski, a frum financial advisor and senior portfolio advisor at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, is looking forward to personally participate in the expo. “We are looking to expand our reach within the major frum communities,” says Mr. Seleski, who is based in Stamford, Connecticut. “After hearing from friends who attended last year’s expo, I believe that J-Biz offers us a unique opportunity to personally meet many potential new clients.”
Business of all sizes and stripes will be squarely “at home” at J-Biz, and they are indeed coming from far and wide.
“Diversity and unity are a phenomenal and fruitful mix,” explains Eli Obadia of Tesh Corp, an established software developer, who will be traveling in from Miami to exhibit at J-Biz. “This great event presents a unique combination of a wide spectrum of industries along with people that share similar fundamental values.”
These diverse businesses will complement the beautiful tapestry of businesses from throughout the New York/New Jersey region, and around the world, that will exhibit at the expo. Many of them are household names that we all recognize and rely on. Others are promising startups and innovators of unique products and services.
There are a wide variety of packages available for exhibitors in order to accommodate each one’s needs and budget, including a special tabletop exhibition section for those that want to exhibit without undertaking the cost of a conventional booth. “Our vision at J-Biz is to unite the business world and offer everyone in our community maximum opportunity to network and grow their business,” says J-Biz founder and director Duvi Honig. “Multinational corporations and small businesses alike can gain tremendously from networking, and they are flocking to J-Biz as an optimal resource.”
For more information about J-Biz Expo or to reserve space, call 732 746 5063 or visit www.Jbizexpo.com.
By Shimmy Blum