Mayor Buddy Dyer, the Orlando City Council, the Orlando Magic
and the City of Orlando’s Celebrate Black History Committee will
host the City’s first African-American Business Expo.
The free Expo will provide an opportunity for business owners to
network with one another and learn from industry experts and
various economic development organizations about how to start
and/or grow their business. Topics include state and local
business incentive programs, available space for lease in
Downtown Orlando and other small business assistance programs.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- Aspiring and
existing business owners interested in learning about how to
start and grow their business
interested in promoting their services during the Expo are
invited to reserve a booth (information below)
400 West Church Street
Orlando, FL 32801
WHEN: Thursday, February 17, 2011
1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
REGISTER: Attendance at the African-American Business
Expo is free for business owners but space is limited. Please
RSVP to Desnee Young (firstname.lastname@example.org or
407.246.3306) or Ana Diaz-Coffey (email@example.com
Businesses interested in showcasing their services during the
Expo are invited to purchase a booth at a cost of $40. Contact
Desnee Young at 407.246.3306 or Ana Diaz-Coffey at 407.246.3396
for details and booth registration information.
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