MBJ Business Marketplace
The MBJ Business Marketplace, formerly known as the Business & Technology Expo, will be held at the Mississippi Trade Mart, and is the premier business networking event held in the region each year.
This year, the event has been expanded to include new categories of business and other related events. As a result, there were a number of scheduling issues in getting the changes completed, and numerous exhibitors indicated that they would prefer to see the event in the early fall, rather than the spring.
For further information, contact Tami Jones at (601) 364-1011, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org; or, Marcia Kelly at (601) 364-1000, or by email at email@example.com.
Now in its 31st year, MBJ Business Marketplace will feature 100-plus exhibits, showcasing products and services from Mississippi and beyond. It is expected to again attract thousands of attendees featuring the Business After Hours and much more.
NEW FEATURE TO THIS YEAR’S EVENT: Vendors are now encouraged to sell and showcase their merchandise that is ‘business to business’ oriented.
Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a sole proprietor or Chief Executive Officer (CEO), this is one event you want to attend!
EVENT TICKET (Download, fill out and get FREE admission to the MBJ Business Marketplace)
Registration & Contact Information
- The event is open to the public. General admission is FREE with a business card or filled out ticket (Available NOW as downloadable PDF ). For more information, call the Mississippi Business Journal at (601) 364-1000.
- For specific information about booth registration as a vendor, or other specific event details, please contact Tami Jones, Advertisting Director at (601) 364-1011 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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