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Motivation and Business Education in Focus at All New Trade Brooklyn

Expanded B2B Annual Spring Trade Show, Seminars, Exhibits and Networking for Business Owners, Professionals and Entrepreneurs

BROOKLYN, N.Y., March 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Cardinal Trade Group, Inc. (CTG), the producer of the New York region's top business events, will bring an all new and larger Trade Brooklyn (Brooklyn's Business Trade Show) this spring to the heart of Brooklyn at the New York Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge, 333 Adams Street.  The annual business trade show will be held on Wednesday, April 2, 2014, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The show has been expanded to meet the explosive business rebirth occurring across the borough.  Trade Brooklyn will kick off with a 1010 WINS 5 Borough Business Breakfast from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.

Business is "hot" in Brooklyn.  This popular business to business trade show will fuel business growth by bringing together motivated business people and companies from Brooklyn and the greater New York metropolitan area.  National corporations, local entrepreneurs, non-profits, franchise companies, government agencies, business advocacy groups and the media will all take part in the show.  Businesses will showcase new products, services and cost-saving solutions to support expansion and new business development.  Over 2,500 key decision makers and business leaders will take advantage of the show offerings. 

Fifteen top-notch business seminars with local and national business experts will provide strategies for business growth, productivity and efficiency.  The seminars will be:

"Trade Brooklyn will attract a record number of attendees. We will connect like-minded businesspeople and broaden their prospects for success in the marketplace.  Moving the show to Marriott means more space for more exhibitors, new and energizing activities and programs as well a better networking environment.  These efforts will create opportunities and boost business in Brooklyn and across the region," said Jonathan Levin, Founder of Trade Brooklyn.

Admission is free with advance registration; $20 at the door. Kick off Business Networking Breakfast, from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., is $40 (has sold out for the past three years). Early registration is required and strongly recommended.  Exhibit Booths start at $1,295.

To register visit www.TradeBKLYN.com.  For more info about exhibit booths and sponsorships call (347) 464-077 or e-mail [email protected]

To see photos from the last Trade Brooklyn, go to http://flic.kr/s/aHsjCvkNtz.

Cardinal Trade Group produces events including Trade Brooklyn, Trade Nassau and Trade East End. These assist businesses to connect directly with prospects and market their products and services. Attendees of events network and meet with business decision makers and interact with companies that offer cost effective products, services and solutions.  Each event includes educational programs geared to assist businesspeople better market, operate their businesses and overcome challenges.  For more information about the company's' industry leading shows visit www.cardinaltradegroup.com, call (347) 464-0777 or e-mail [email protected].

SOURCE Cardinal Trade Group

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