Buzz over the upcoming historic Parnassah Expo at the Meadowlands Exposition Center is increasing by the day as the date “February 12th“nears.
A meeting of activists from major New York area chassidishecommunities was held Sunday in Boro Park, where they worked on outreach efforts to their members. This meeting follows months of activity from activists in these and other diverse communities, including Lakewood, Marine Park, Flatbush, Far Rockaway/Five Towns, Los Angeles and more. With booth reservations already far exceeding expectations and so many communities actively on board, turnout of both individuals and businesses from across the continent is expectedto unprecedented.
The latest news off the Parnassah Expo press is that the list of prominent individuals who will host seminars or networking groups related to their areas of expertise is growing by the day. The following is a partial listing:
Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno of New Jersey; Kevin Cummings, CEO of Investors Bank and VP of NJ Bankers Association; David Lichtenstein and AkivaElazary of The Lightstone Group; Neil Auerbach, former partner at Goldman Sachs and Co.; Charlie Harary, Esq., a noted business professor and kiruvprofessional; prominent Attorney Nat Lewin; George Friedenberg, VP at Goldman Sacks; Bernard Plagman, Chairman of the TechPar Group and former partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers; Eli Lason of Job Link of Baltimore; Rabbi Yaakov Nussbaum of Mesila budgeting; ZishaNovoseller of Emergency Parnassah Initiative; William Rapfogel of the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty; Shea Rubenstein of the JCC of Marine Park; Rabbi Jonathan Rietti; Maurice Stein , renowned author and business coach; marketing guru MenachemLubinsky; and fundraising guru Herschel Leiner.
These individuals are in addition to the myriad businesses, organizations, academic programs and communities of all sizes that have reserved booths on the expo’s 60,000 plus square foot floor. Some of the meticulously organized sections at the expo include an Industries section for businesses related to specific industries (real estate, technology, healthcare, manufacturing-import/export and other), general business enhancement tools (marketing, law, finance, etc.), a comprehensive jobs fair, academic and vocational programs, and social service/headhunting organizations.
“I’m more confident than ever that the Expo will produce results for acheinubneiYisroelbeyond my wildest dreams, b’ezrasHashem,” remarksParnassah Expo Founder and Director RebDuviHonig.
For more information, please call Parnassah Expo at 732-987-7704, email firstname.lastname@example.org , or visit www.parnassahexpo.com.