Business best comes together in early March

February 19, 2013 by  

The Pride of Poinciana is a business and community expo which highlights Kissimmee area businesses. It is presented by the Poinciana Area Council and will be happening early in March this year.

The expo will feature exhibits from local companies both large and small that wish to increase their reputation in the community or to introduce new products and services. Booths are 8×8 feet and cost $100 for council members, $125 for non-members, and $50 for non-profit companies. Exhibitors can pay an extra $10 to have the opportunity to speak to those in attendance for 60 seconds, meaning they will basically have a chance to deliver their “elevator speech” usually reserved for business networking events. Exhibitors can also donate door prizes. Food vendors will also be on hand to provide light snacks and lunch.

Those who plan to exhibit at the expo will very likely be working with Kissimmee printing companies to prepare. They might want to invest in such services as banner printing and business card printing – a banner will make their booth more attractive and business cards will help to grow their referral networks. Many of the non-profit booths will also likely be interested in having items such as brochures and booklets printed to describe their companies.

The Pride of Poinciana business and community expo will take place at Liberth High School on March 2 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. Admission is free to the public. For more information, contact Sharlene Figueroa at 407-931-1863.