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Special Ticket Offers From The Small Business Summit

| February 22, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Seventh Annual Small Business Summit is coming up and we have a great offer form the event for our readers. The Small Business Summit will be held on March 6th, Tuesday, in New York City.  (See the discount tix below)

The Summit is NY’s premier event for small business owners, entrepreneurs and business professionals looking to network (500 attendees), learn from experts, meet with exhibitors and win great prizes.

At the Summit you’ll learn how Orabrush used creativity and low cost video to boost sales of their tongue cleaners.

Hear from Dell how the power of online software can help you grow your business. Listen how Bonobos’ customer service ninja works to please customers and sell more pants! Our luncheon keynote by John “ColderICE” Lawson will have you laughing, crying and inspired Scott Hintz, Founder of Tripit will share his success in building and selling two businesses – powerful lessons for EVERY business owner

Enjoy breakfast, lunch and LOTS MORE…

Tickets are $149 until Feb 24th, then they go to $199. Here are some special deals for you.

1. The first 20 people to register can attend complimentary using this discount code – NYCSBS-COMP
Register here

2. The first 50 people to register can attend for only $49 (until Feb 24th) using the discount code:
Register here

Check it out the Seventh Annual Small Business Summit

About the Author: Jared O'Toole

Co-founder and editor of Under30Media. You can send an email to Jared(at)Under30CEO.com. Follow him on Google+ or @JaredOToole

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