The Attendees Have Spoken – LIBE!

Thursday April 21st, Event Management brought their new show, The Long Island Business Expo (LIBE) to Hofstra University. The ultimate goal was to bring a Manhattan level business education to Long Island. From the sessions, to the keynotes, to the show floor, you could see the show was a great success. Our attendees feel the same way:

“The @LIBusinessExpo is rocking!”

“So many exhibitors at the @LIBusinessExpo definitely gonna get my #steps in today! #libexpo”

“Excited to be at the @LIBusinessExpo event! So much great information!

We’d like to thank everyone who attended our first ever Long Island Business Expo, as well as everyone who made the event possible. We pride ourselves on bringing our attendees the best business education.

Miss LIBE but want to get involved? Check out our other two shows:

Market New York Expo – May 25th, 2016 at the Citi Field, Learn More by Clicking Here

New York Business Expo – November 11th, 2016 at the Jacob Javits Center, Learn More by Clicking Here



You’ve Been Accepted to NY Expo University!

Welcome to NY Expo University! Here you will find educational videos from the 2015 and 2014 NYEXPO Business Expo and Conference.  This is the perfect platform to get a taste of the valuable information the New York Business Expo and Conference has to offer!

Check it out here:

Thank you to our friends at Infusionsoft for sponsoring this website!


Business Expos: Nothing But Benefits

There are endless ways to promote your business, especially in today’s technological world. We see advertising, postings, and publicity for tons of brands all the time, but how do you take it to the next level? How do you introduce your brand to the consumer in an interesting and personal way? You bring your brand to a Business and Marketing Exposition.

Bringing your company to a business exposition, or expo, is a way to network your business in a personal manner. You’re bringing your business directly to the consumer, putting a face to your brand. People don’t buy products; they buy the people that sell the products. Bringing the story of your brand to life for the consumer in real time develops that personal connection with your consumer. Building a personal B2C relationship brings your business to the top of the consumers evoke set.

Business Expos not only bring your brand directly to the target market, but they increase networking on a professional level. At a business expo, you’re surrounding yourself with hundreds of other businesses that could potentially benefit you. Keynote speakers, demonstrations and lectures are all at your finger tips to help you benefit your business, no matter what that business may be and improve your craft. Experts in different areas of business and marketing come from all over the country to share the secrets to success with business expos; the benefits of participating are infinite. Interacting with other businesses and building professional relationships can help you improve and build upon your company’s reputation.

Expositions allow you to take your brand and create an experience for the consumer. You’re live and on the spot at an expo, make it worth the consumers while. Experiential marketing tactics are some of the most successful ways to generate brand awareness, and what better way to do that than when the consumer is right in front of you. AdAge predicted in January that experiential marketing would be one of the top B2B marketing trends of 2015, and they were not wrong. Giving the consumer an experience, besides just selling them a product, has been extremely common and successful this year. Huge brands are creating these once in a lifetime an experience for their consumers and the outcome is incredible.  Using a business expo as your platform to kick start an experience would be ideal for smaller brands that are trying to increase awareness, as well as beneficial for larger companies that want to take a new direction in how they promote their services.

The New York Business Expo and the Market New York Expo are two exclusive expositions that bring small business and big businesses alike together to learn more about their businesses, their consumers and sharpen their professional skills.