Small business exporting workshop on Tuesday

July 14, 2012 by  

The Long Beach Area Chamber of Commerce has quite a bit going on, with a small business workshop, a business networking breakfast, and a huge mixer all taking place within the next seven days.

Out of these three events, the closest one is ‘Taking Your Small Business Global.’ Taking place on the Tuesday, July 17, this morning workshop looks to cover the ways in which decision-makers can take their companies to the next level with the help of a quality printing job. Featuring a discussion panel chockfull of experts, those attending this seminar will be able to get a step-by-step guide to exporting goods and building a global customer base. Starting bright and early at 8:00 am and concluding at 9:45 am, there are a number of compelling reasons to consider putting in an appearance here.

Immediately after the workshop, the chamber will also be hosting a networking breakfast on July 18. With registration starting at 7:15 am and the rest of the breakfast beginning at 7:30 am, Long Beach’s business community is once again getting the option of connecting with one another while hearing from an excellent guest speaker over breakfast. During this event, Commander Josef Levy of the Long Beach Police Department will be presenting ‘Keep Things in Perspective.’ As most can imagine, this is another one is sure to be well worth attending.

Naturally, with ‘LA’s Largest Mixer XIV’ being held the following day, on July 19, professionals will no doubt be in need of business card printing and flyer printing among other printing services. Priced at just $20, all interested individuals have to do is be at the Shrine Auditorium Expo Center on time.