The 2016 Business Expo is over and if you missed it, you should definitely go back and check out the other expos and get a feel of what’s going on in the industry. Businesses are constantly building their businesses and the industry is thriving. Do yourself a favor and check out some of the businesses that are opening their doors and making a name for themselves.
The 2016 Business Expo is a great time to get in touch with your fellow entrepreneurs. It’s a great time to find out what’s going on in the industry and how you can get involved. It’s also a great time to meet and talk shop with your fellow entrepreneurs. While you’re there, don’t forget to check out the events, meetups, and expo’s happening throughout the year.
It’s easy to see why the 2016 Business Expo is a successful event. It’s got a fantastic lineup of business and startups expo’s in it, and there are a ton of great opportunities for entrepreneurs to connect with other entrepreneurs in the industry.
Business Expo 2016 was one of the largest expos we went to in Portland. Last year, it was even bigger. You can find a full list of events and expo’s happening online here.
The 2016 edition turned out to be even bigger than the last one. Last year there were over 1,500 booths that showcased over 7,000 businesses and startups. This year, it’s on the order of 2,500, and the organizers are pushing it to a third annual event that will double in size over the course of a year and then shrink again in 2018.
I’m sure I’ve never heard of a business expo before, and that the industry still needs more space to spread out. That said, it really makes sense for Expo 2017 to be bigger and better. The good news is the event organizers are making it happen. Last year the organizers were able to get an earlier start date than they could this year.
The new series of events that are taking place will be the ‘Honey Boy’ and ‘Spike.’ They’ll be a whole new generation of fun-filled, interactive, and fun-filled activities. They’ll be a bunch of fun little-girl-and-girl-to-be-in-nudes that you’ll have to get used to.
This is just another way the organizers are trying to get the convention more crowded. Last year, the organizers had to start planning for the expo during the summer months when the convention had to be packed. This year, they’re trying to get an early start so they can pack them in as early as possible.
You’re right, they’re trying to get more “fun-filled” at their new expo, but they are also attempting to use the convention as a sales platform. You can’t have a convention without sales, right? So the goal is to get more people to come through the door to buy the stuff that you are selling.
I’ve heard this before, but I have to say the organizers were dead-on. I can’t imagine how much they had to spend to get these types of businesses to make a profit when they are already in the black. I hope they can keep their momentum going.