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Florida Business Boost Conference Shows Entrepreneurs how to 'Start Small, Dream Big' for National Small Business Week
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
National Small Business Week is May 1-7 and business owners from around the state are converging on Coral Springs for the 2nd Annual Florida Business Boost Conference. In keeping with the Small Business Administration theme, “Dream Big, Start Small”, the event will bring together over 300 business owners and cross-industry leaders to discuss the latest technological solutions to scale business operations and increase market penetration.
The 2016 Florida Business Boost will take place on Thursday, May 5, 2016 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Coral Springs Museum of Art located at 2855 Coral Springs Drive. The conference will include interactive demos to educate attendees on various technological & business-related topics. Coral Springs Vice Mayor Dan Daley and Coral Springs Chief Economic Officer Ana Barbosa will be returning to this year’s event as featured speakers to address attendees and learn more about their business needs.
“The economic outlook for Coral Springs and South Florida remains optimistic” says Vice Mayor Dan Daley, who gives consistent support to local business events.
The Coral Springs Chamber of Commerce will be on hand to welcome young professionals and other business owners. Entertainment by Scott Evans Productions is also planned to coincide with the event’s occurrence on Cinco de Mayo. Complimentary food and refreshments will be provided.
The main sponsors of the event include the Coral Springs Chamber of Commerce, Clarocision Research & Marketing, TastyAlerts.com, Referrizer.com, Small Biz Central.net, Transworld Business Brokers, Enterprise Development Corporation, Scott Evans Productions Group, the Global Trade Chamber and many other prominent business organizations.
To learn more about attending the 2016 Florida Business Boost or becoming a sponsor, please visit: www.flbusinessboost.com