Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce Announces First-Ever Major NY Regional Expo and Business Conference at Hilton NYC 

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On the heels of its spectacular flagship J-Biz Expo and Business Conference, the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce has announced that it will be hosting another spectacular business networking event on September 15th, 2017. The “NYC Business Conference and Expo” will be held at the prestigious New York Hilton Midtown in Manhattan, in conjunction with the Greater New York Chamber of Commerce, a networking behemoth that serves over 30,000 business and civic leaders spanning the general New York business world.

The NYC Business Conference and Expo is geared towards businesses that are based in the New York region, as well as businesses based anywhere in the world that focus on the New York regional market. The combined networks of the Greater New York Chamber and the Orthodox Jewish Chamber, free attendee admission and the event’s central location, ensure that there will be a very significant number of exhibitors and attendees at the event.

Can the opportunity get any better?

The Expo is geared to help businesses of all sizes, in all industries, advance and succeed – with table exhibits starting as low as $600!

In addition to the general two floor B2B expo, the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its own business conference at the event, featuring addresses and workshops from an array of top-notch business personalities from 9am-1pm helping empower all.

The expo floor, on a Friday, takes place from 9:00 am through 3:00 pm, leaving attendees and exhibitors from throughout the region ample time to return home before Shabbos. Those who would like to exhibit for just part of the day are welcome as well.

It would be wise to make your reservations early for the best spots on the floor!

For more information about the event and/or to make reservations, please visit https://www.ojcnycexpo.com/ or call 212-659-5270  X104.

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