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Calling All Small Biz Owners: The 5 Most Anticipated Business Conferences of 2014

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calling-all-small-biz-owners--the-5-most-anticipated-business-conferences-of-2014Business conferences aren’t just for big-name businesses anymore. There are many conferences held each year that offer perks for people who own and operate smaller businesses. If you’re looking to expand your network, knowledge, or expand your business in general, attending any one of these conferences will definitely open up a treasure trove of opportunity for you.

Women Entrepreneurs’ Small Business Boot Camp
This conference is held on March 1, at Chaparral Suites Resort. This is geared towards women who own and operate all sorts of businesses, who want to hear from the top experts in marketing. There will be two keynote presentations, as well as nine different workshops to choose from. You’ll be working with some of the best motivational experts around.
NSCA Business and Leadership Conference
Held in Dallas at the Four Seasons – Las Collinas February 27 through March 1, the conference has a focus on the electronics industry. One of the speakers will be Daniel Pink, who has sold best-selling books geared towards business owners. You’ll be able to learn all about more effective sales techniques, recruitment techniques and improving your image.
GPU Technology Conference
The conference takes place on March 24 through the 27th in San Jose. Some of the biggest names in the technology industry are represented, and over 500 sessions will be given to discuss the latest trends in technology. In addition to keynote addresses, there will also be several labs for hands-on opportunities. All of these events are at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center.
The DataDriven Business Enterprise Data Leadership Summit
Held on March 19th and 20th, the summit has an emphasis on how companies can effectively integrate data solutions. Some of the topics discussed include the role of a Chief Data Officer, using your data most effectively, and how to comply with the regulations that affect many industries. You’ll come out with a better idea of how to utilize your data services. The Hilton Chicago/Magnificent Mile Suites is where it all takes place.
TechCrunch Disrupt NYC
Head over to The Manhattan Center in New York City May 5 through 7 to enjoy one of the best technology conferences in the country. Some of the highlights include a fun competition for start-ups, as well as the notable Hackathon that uniquely brings together business owners and hackers in an entertaining setting. If being on the cutting edge is important to your business philosophy, you don’t want to miss this for anything.
As a small business owner, you need to take advantage of every learning opportunity that you can. Learning from experienced mentors will save you from making rookie mistakes and help you have a better vision of where you would like your company to go in the future. Even finding a small conference in your home city will at least help you to network and learn about any new resources or technology you can be taking advantage of. Take the plunge and attend your first business conference this year—you won’t regret it!
Author: Dixie Somers is a freelance writer who loves writing for business, finance, women’s interests, or home and family. She lives in Arizona with her husband and three beautiful daughters who are the inspiration for her writing. Information for this article was provided by the Calvin Center, who offer meeting rooms for rent in Atlanta, and frequently host business conferences and events at their location in Georgia.
Published: February 17, 2014

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