A Business Exhibition You Better Not Miss!
The National Small Business Chamber (NSBC) is hosting their extremely successful My Business Expo on the 25th of August 2016 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) in Cape Town. Although we mainly focus on the online aspect for small businesses, we want to let you know about the My Business Expo as it is a really great platform to showcase your business and gain maximum exposure if you take part as an exhibitor.
The My Business Expo is considered to be Africa’s largest exhibition when it comes to starting up and growing a business. So making sure that you take part can be a game-changer.
Simply reserve your spot as an exhibitor, get hold of some branded exhibition advertising like display stands, banners or gazebos and you’re all set to increasing your visibility in the South African marketplace.
This is truly a massive event, with over 25 000 visitors and well over 500 exhibitors expected over the Johannesburg and Cape Town events. So reserving your spot early is a must.
If you did happen to miss the Johannesburg leg of the event which took place earlier this year at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand, you will need to make your way down to Cape Town or else, you will have to settle for waiting until the middle of March next year (2017) for when the next Johannesburg event is scheduled.
What are some of the benefits of attending and having your own exhibition stand at the event?
Simply put, you are going to be able to connect and network with like-minded business owners and entrepreneurs, massively increase your exposure, and you are going to learn a lot about what it takes to run a successful business.
The exhibition is not just about showcasing your business. Throughout the day you will have the opportunity to attend extremely valuable seminars that provide priceless, actionable information that you can implement in your business to grow it from a small start-up, to a hugely successful company.
Just by purchasing a My Business Expo ticket, you will have free access to the Build a Business LIVE section of the event. This will feature 4 world renowned inspirational and entrepreneurial guest speaker. Implementing the advice from these speakers is going to be crucial to attaining the right mind-set when building a successful business.
Here is a brief overview of the speakers taking part in the Build a Business LIVE section of the Expo:
- Mike Anderson. Mike Anderson is the founder and CEO of the NSBC. Mike will be providing valuable insight into getting into the right frame of mind to ensure that you are always taking action and not looking for excuses that will hold you back.
- Gavin Sharples. Gavin has presented at and provided inspiration to thousands people at numerous conventions. He will be discussing important attributes of the most successful people who are changing the world… not only in business.
- Mark Berger. Mark is a famous motivational speaker. He has decades of experience in entrepreneurship and has trained thousands of people for some of the world’s biggest companies.
- Mark Keating. Mark is an extremely well known leader in the business world, having appeared on TV, radio and multiple publications. He will be sharing some invaluable secrets of some of South Africa’s top salesmen.
Aside from the My Business Live part of the Expo, seminars will be held throughout the day featuring industry experts who will discuss key ways to expand your business to reach a global market.
Just being able to listen to these inspirational speakers is worth the price of the event alone, so make sure that you don’t miss out.
Is the Exhibition still worthwhile if you haven’t started a business yet?
Of course it is. There will be an entire section dedicated to start-up and franchise opportunities, as well as specialised services specifically dedicated to new start-ups.
For more information head on over to the My Business Expo website at https://www.mybizexpo.co.za. But remember, the exhibition is a little over a month away so make sure you start getting your exhibition banners and branding sorted.