The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce will host its yearly Business Expo, the largest business enterprise-to-business enterprise tradeshow on the South Plains, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, May possibly 26 at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Centre, 1501 Mac Davis Lane.
The Business Expo showcases much more than 125 exhibitors with an anticipated attendance of a lot more than 3,000. Exhibitors will get pleasure from a private networking celebration from 9–10 a.m. right before the doors open up. The expo makes it possible for businesses to produce a extra personalized romantic relationship with the firms, who could turn into their future customer whilst creating new connections to heighten total achievement.
“Owning a business is not just about generating a dwelling. It’s about establishing interactions and becoming element of a group of organizations,” reported Lacy Cotter Vardeman, Expo sponsor and proprietor of Cotter Key Farms. “The Business Expo is an great time for Lubbock organizations to showcase what they present, network and satisfy our shoppers.”
The Organization at its Best: Expo Collection returns for a seventh year, presenting two free seminars. The sequence is section of the Chamber’s energy to deal with significant enterprise subject areas and offer tools to navigate and thrive in the ever-altering and evolving workforce. The morning seminar, “Hiring and Retaining Employees in an Unsure Economic Environment” offered by Rating, commences at 11:30 a.m. The afternoon session, “How to Generate a Better Workplace” presented by Greenberg Media Administration, will be led by founder Terry Greenberg and begins at 2:30 p.m.
“Post-pandemic organization realities have altered,” said Kay McDowell, president and CEO of the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce. “Lubbock organizations have not only adapted but excelled with that improve. The Organization Expo is a fantastic possibility for our neighborhood providers to showcase what they supply and join with their customers.”
Together with infinite networking alternatives, attendees can also participate in a scavenger hunt to win pleasurable prizes.
Pre-sale tickets are $5 on-line at www.LubbockBusinessExpo.com or $10 at the door the day of the event. Chamber associates acquire a $5 price cut and if they sign-up in progress the ticket is free.
Sponsorships and booths are still out there. For extra details contact Amy Marquez at (806) 761-7000 or sign up for a booth at lubbockbusinessexpo.com.