Building upon Success: New Video Highlights Excitement and Opportunity of 2014 Parnassah Expo

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parnassah-expo[Video below.] The momentum is rapidly intensifying as the 2014 Parnassah Expo, to be held on March 25 and 26, approaches.

Parnassah Network – the organization behind what is now the largest general B2B expo in the United States – has released a new brief video that vividly highlights all that Parnassah Expo has accomplished thus far, and will iy”H continue to do so even more effectively.

Merely glimpsing at the scenes from the 2013 expo in the Meadowlands Exposition Center and hearing the voices of exhibitors and attendees fills you with nostalgia. You can once again feel the vibrancy and optimism in the air, and the unprecedented sense of achdus.

During the many months that have elapsed since the last event, an inestimable number of its attendees and exhibitors continue to reap the benefits. Invaluable contacts have been made, deals have been finalized, businesses have been opened, revenue increased multifold, jobs secured, etc. – due to the expo and its never ending ripple effects.

The 2014 expo promises to significantly build upon last year’s opportunities. It will be held over a two day period in the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center, which has over twice the floor space of last year’s venue. In addition to expedited registration and bigger-and-better sections for specific industries, networking, education, job fair, seminars, etc., several exciting new sections have been added. These sections include women in the workforce, outsourcing and a “Presidential Club” for executives and CEOs.

“The field of frum community commerce is practically endless,” says Parnassah Network founder and director Reb Duvi Honig. “With Hashem’s help, we aim to help people in every aspect possible.”

For more information or to reserve a booth, please visit or call 732-987-7704. 


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  2. We Yidden should make every effort to give business to our own. Whether its clothing food plumbing electricians gardeners etc. when we’ll give parnossa to our own even its sometimes more expensive we won’t have so many unemployed Frum people and fundraising to do. When we show Hashem how we care to help our own that alone will ih bring the Geula. We do so much chesed bikur cholim etc. to help people with parnossa we’ll have less chesed cases.

  3. Bottom line – How many jobs have been found as a result of this initiative? I’m not criticizing – I’m asking honestly. Anyone have any idea?

  4. I like the idea of parnassah expo but i despise the fact that they are charging both the employers and the employees to meet with each other.

  5. Its guys like #5 – yossi that make the world a worse place to live in. He despises that they charge both the employers and the employees to meet each other.

    Do you have any idea what it costs just to rent out one of these venues? Do you realize how much it costs just to advertise for such an event?

    There are numerous other expenses as well. Why is it not fair to charge a company for a booth at a convention? All conventions do. Why is it not fair to charge an entrance fee? Do you want everything in life for free??

  6. Reb Duvi, as someone who attended your Expo last year I can say that it was a true kiddush hashem, and i personally know two people who found a job through contacts they made at the Expo.
    I my self gained a lot from the experience to advance my career.
    yasher Koach! I’m sure this one will be just as goOd plus plus plus!


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