by Donovan Dillon Contributor
Posted on October 08, 2013 17:04 PM
The Dallas Business Journal Business Growth Expo 2013 wraps up Small Business Week with a great way for business owners to gain valuable advice from expert speakers. Attendees will also learn more about new technology and services from a wide range of vendors, as well as network with other business owners, both in their field and others. The Expo, scheduled for October 10 at the Irving Convention Center, includes breakout sessions, and an After Hours networking event that will feature reporters, editors and staff from the Dallas Business Journal. The Expo begins at 2 p.m.; the After Hours event runs from 6-8 p.m.
The breakout-session topics at the Expo promise to be informative for all businesses, and are an excellent complement to Small Business Week. Join Tom Niesen of Acuity Systems as he discusses Sales for the CEO. Donnie Walker of Insperity will discuss Decoding the Affordable Healthcare Act, a topic that is on the minds of every small business owner in the country. At 3:45 p.m. and again at 4:15 p.m., Jennifer Bagley and Casey Eberhart of the CI Web Group will talk about online marketing.
Tony Jeary returns to the event as the keynote speaker, explaining how high-leverage activities are important to accelerating productivity and achieving results. Tony explains how successful people learn the art of delegation to the point that it becomes second nature. By intentionally focusing on activities that are high leverage, business owners get more done and see better results throughout their company. The keynote address begins at 2:30 p.m., and promises to be the highlight of this Small Business Week event.
MODsocket Joins the Expo
This year, visitors will learn how MODsocket benefits small businesses. MODsocket is a complete, marketing-on-demand ecosystem that provides everything small-business owners need define, execute, and manage their marketing initiatives -- affordably and on demand. It’s a cost-effective and time-saving alternative to the high price of agency or in-house creative development and marketing-program management. As an added bonus, Expo attendees can sign up to win a MODSocket Makeover. The makeover, which is a $799 value, includes a custom logo design or redesign, business identity design and a five-page website design. In all, it's a great package of prizes for any company to bring home during Small Business Week.
This is the second year for the Dallas Business Journal’s Business Growth Expo. Since the first event was such a success, the DBJ is please to be celebrating Small Business Week by conducting the event again this year. To learn more about the value small business marketing consultants can bring to your business, sign up for a free 30-day trial of MODsocket today! Make sure you follow us on Facebook and Twitter.