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Pittsburgh Business Show Announces Second Annual Business Trade Show and Networking Event in Downtown Pittsburgh on April 25-26, 2018

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PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Business Show, the region’s largest B2B trade show, business education, and networking event, will return to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center on April 25-26, 2018. This two-day show features exhibitors, workshops, presentations, and networking opportunities for business owners, high-level managers, investors, entrepreneurs, and company buyers.

The Pittsburgh Business Show was founded in 2016 to help grow the region’s business community by building partnerships across the region, bringing professionals together to network opportunities, and connecting industry, resources, and people to other businesses.

“During our inaugural event, held over two days in April 2017, the Pittsburgh Business Show welcomed more than 150 exhibitors and thousands of attendees. We partnered with media outlets to drive our attendance numbers, with our reach approaching 10 million. As we prepare for our 2018 Show, we are focusing on expanding our offerings so that our business community can grow and prosper. Joining the 2018 Show as an attendee, speaker, or sponsor allows companies in the region to build their brand, generate sales and revenue, and meet decision makers that can help their businesses flourish,” said Linda Jo Thornberg, President of the Pittsburgh Business Show.

This event will feature 110,000 square feet of exhibitor space in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh. Attendees will be able to choose from more than 40 speakers and workshops, network with industry peers, and shop for new products and services.

The success of the 2017 Pittsburgh Business Show has created an opportunity to add additional resources that will better serve the region’s business community. This includes educational components, such as workshops that offer continuing education unit credits and presentations that encourage owners and employees to learn new skills.

“Pittsburgh is a town that thrives on building relationships, and our expansion for 2018 reflects that. We invite all businesses in the region to attend the Show so that they can use the insight, training, and networking opportunities that are available,” said Linda Jo.

Attendees can purchase one-day or two-day tickets from the Pittsburgh Business Show website at Currently, the Pittsburgh Business Show website features early registration specials for attendees and exhibitors. Business experts who are interested in presenting educational workshops at the Show, companies who would like to exhibit on the Show floor, and those who would like to sign up as a sponsor should contact the Show at 412-668-4990.