Many people look forward to The St. Louis Business Expo. It’s always exciting to meet the best and brightest business entrepreneurs and leaders from around the region. During this time, new business owners have the chance to meet with some of the most dynamic companies throughout the region and the nation.
In fact, entrepreneurs would do well to prepare to take a meeting or two with some of these businesses as both mentors and client possibilities. But where would these meetings take place? Certainly not at the Expo. If you’re a new business and you are fortunate to have an office large enough, you could do it there. But if you really want to impress a possible investor or potential client, rent a room.
When courting new investors a Davinci meeting room is where it’s at. They have everything you need to show them how serious you are – including enough techno gadgets to literally make your head spin. That could be a good thing, if your thing is technology. It could actually be good anyway, since every business depends upon technology in one way or another.
The business economy of St. Louis relies on the service, trade, manufacturing, tourism, and transportation of goods industries. From these fields, many new companies can sprout to support them. The Expo helps to make that all possible.
There are plenty of people to mix and mingle with at “The St. Louis Business Expo” to learn about all the various up and coming and established companies, research, network, and enhance existing business relationships. Also, think about all the ways you can learn about insider tips and best business practices!
One of my favorite things to do at these events is to go to those after hour parties. That’s where everyone really lets their hair down, if you know what I mean. Yes, it’s stressful to stand around all day and yack. Take it from me, I know this. Just ask my boss.
So, meet me in St. Louis – in a Davinci conference room for around $20 an hour where we can meet after the Expo is over, too!