Annual Upper Bucks expo focuses on small business

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Seminars featuring 36 topics relevant to small businesses highlight the annual Upper Bucks Chamber of Commerce Expo from 11 a.m.- 5 p.m. June 19 at the Quakertown Community School District Freshman Center.

Besides the small-business conference, the expo will feature about 50 businesses displaying their goods and services in the exhibit hall as the event again offers opportunities for companies to connect with other companies.

“Whether you’re considering a startup, have already established your business or are feeling the pain of growing, this event is for you,” the chamber said in a press release. “… This event has been a proven leader in networking in the Upper Bucks region for well over 27 years.”

Some of the themes at the small-business conference are finance, marketing, technology, productivity, legal, protection, workforce and wellness. The specific topics, among others, include:

Funding and growing your business.

Tips and traps when selling to government entities.

Social media basics.

Investing in your employees.

Maximizing your online marketing strategy.

Looking for a few good workers.

Certifying your woman-, minority- or veteran-owned business.

Sessions will be presented by industry experts throughout the day, and the exhibit hall will be open from 2-5 p.m.

The conference also features a free chair-message, the Japanese relaxation technique Reiki and a shredder event hosted by QNB Bank, which has a limit of two boxes per person.

For a detailed schedule of events, list of exhibitions and small-business seminar topics and to register, visit www.ubcc.org.

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