Small Business Expo Touches Down in Los Angeles

Released on: September 24, 2014, 12:34 pm (EDT)
Industry: Small Business

Los Angeles, CA, September 24, 2014 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- The long wait is over for California entrepreneurs as the nation’s largest business trade show and networking event finally comes to the City of Angels, Los Angeles. Californians can now experience the Small Business Expo craze as organizers recently announced the official date for the Los Angeles Expo is set for November 6, 2014 at the California Market Center. The Small Business Expo (SBE) has gained huge success over the past several years with an astounding number of participants attending in cities right across America. The event in Los Angeles is expected to draw thousands of small to medium sized business owners and business professionals who will get an unprecedented opportunity to network and interact with industry leaders for no cost (tickets are free).

The Venue

California Market Center (CMC) is the hub of fashion and style in Los Angeles. It houses hundreds of wholesale stores and showrooms offering merchandise, such as apparel, home improvement, interior design, textile and gift ideas. CMC is centrally located in the downtown Los Angeles fashion district, where you will find fashion design schools, offices, cafes, restaurants, cool studio spaces, and event venues. CMC is the perfect venue for the small business expo and is expected to draw a fantastic crowd from a diverse range of industries.

The Event

SBE organizers look forward to welcoming more than 5,000 attendees at the Los Angeles Expo especially small to medium enterprise (SME) owners. The event will feature a series of workshops and conferences covering varied topics presented by powerful and influential speakers. This year, over 20 seminars will be conducted by industry experts to help small business owners and professionals learn new techniques to better manage their businesses.

Speakers will cover important topics, such as public relations, business automation, taxation planning, improving credit score, techniques in optimizing online presence, reducing information technology costs and more. One of the keynote speakers during the event is Bill Walsh of Powerteam International, where he will discuss the “Success by Design” subject. Every workshop will feature clear and concise presentations so participants can easily absorb the information on each topic. Attending the workshops is the perfect chance for SMB owners to gain the knowledge required to become more competitive and expand their operations.

More than 125 exhibitors can be seen during the event showcasing their extensive range of products and services. With a huge number of exhibitors, attendees can conveniently browse in the one place for the latest offerings in the market. Just locating a couple of new solutions could make a major impact in their business by reducing costs and improving efficiency. While shopping for new innovative products and services at the Expo Hall, attendees can also mingle and network with peers in each industry niche where they can exchange tips and valuable experiences.


The Small Business Expo is totally free (if you register before November 6th). Registrants will have access to different workshops without any cost. Guests may opt to upgrade their pass to receive more perks and freebies during the convention. The silver pass costs $50, gold is $100 and platinum costs $200. Each registration package offers different privileges that attendees can enjoy throughout the event.

Watch out for the next expo in Los Angeles. Meanwhile, more cities are being scheduled by the Small Business Expo, including Miami, Philadelphia, Chicago, Dallas, New York, Seattle and Atlanta.

For more information about the Los Angeles Expo, visit the small business website at Or for inquiries, you may reach SBE through (212) 404-2345 or (212) 253-4123. Email them at

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Contact Number: (212) 404-2345 or (212) 253-4123

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