Pittsburgh – The Pittsburgh Business Show welcomes the Pittsburgh Business Times, 102.5 WDVE, KDKA-TV, and The CW Pittsburgh as media partners for the region’s largest business-to-business trade show and networking event, to be held at the David. L. Lawrence Convention Center on April 19-20, 2017.
As key media partners, these outlets are promoting the Pittsburgh Business Show through online, newspaper, and magazine advertising; local TV news and business shows; and TV and radio commercials. Alone, each reaches a targeted audience; together, they will promote the Pittsburgh Business Show to millions of listeners and viewers within the region.
The Pittsburgh Business Show invites start-up businesses, established organizations, and Fortune 500 companies to connect with others to learn how to achieve their goals, increase their revenue, and connect with people and resources that will jump-start their businesses. The two-day event has set an industry limit for vendors, and it is free to the public.
“These media partners are admired throughout the Pittsburgh area, complementing the goals of the Pittsburgh Business Show: to connect people, businesses, and resources. Each is a part of the fabric of Pittsburgh and has served this community for many years. I deeply respect our partners’ commitment to the Pittsburgh region, and as we prepare for the Show’s 2017 inaugural event, I look forward to working with each of them as we grow Pittsburgh’s business community,” said Linda Jo Thornberg, President of the Pittsburgh Business Show.
These key media partners include:
Vendor and exhibitor spots are available, and industries that are supported include financial, healthcare, technology, education, recreation, and more. Vendor space is limited, so businesses are advised to contact the Pittsburgh Business Show to learn more.
Visit the Pittsburgh Business Show website at https://www.pittsburghbusinessshow.com to receive free tickets and to register for events, workshops, and seminars at the show on April 19 and 20, 2017.
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