The titans of the business world have joined forces to made the 2018 J-Biz Expo and Business Conference an event in a league of its. As June 5th gets ever closer, the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce and its partners in J-Biz has released an updated list of sponsors, presenters and topics, which highlights just how abundant opportunity will be for entrepreneurs in all industries, at all levels.
Included on the speakers list for the business conference is event cosponsor and hedge fun powerhouse Anthony Scaramucci of SkyBridge Capital, who will deliver the keynote address; Ralph Zucker of Somerset Development and Bell Works; Panelists Isaac Buchler of Kushner Companies; Mark Levenson Esq. of Sills, Cummisand Gross; Estie Rand of Los Angeles based Strand Consulting; and Rabbi Issamer Ginsburg, internationally acclaimed marketing guru; sales expert Shimmy Braun; Nachum Kligman, author of The Frum Entrepreneur; Joe Apfelbaum, author of Average Joe to CEO; and Amazon gurus Avi Rosenthal and David Pinter.
These speakers and others will cover the gamut of topics that will help both new and seasoned entrepreneurs find greater success: real estate, marketing, e-commerce, communications, entrepreneurship and more.
Of course, in addition to the star-studded business conference, the 2018 J-Biz expo floor will feature a buzz of “person-to-person” B2B networking by a diverse group of quality business service exhibitors in all industries. There are over 1 million square feet of businesses in the Bell Works “metroburb” alone, and attendees and exhibitors are coming from around the world as well. The opportunity to network and expand your client list is practically endless. Prime expo floor space is already nearly sold out.
“We are honored that so many diverse business leaders will assume major roles at this year’s J-Biz,” says Duvi Honig, Founder and CEO of J-Biz and the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce. “No doubt, being an attendee or exhibitor at this event can make a substantial difference in your business endeavors for the year ahead and beyond.”
Time is running out to reserve exhibition space. For more information, or to register to exhibit and/or attend, please visit https://www.jbizexpo.com/.