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Business Outlook Conference

PALMDALE, CALIF. (November 14, 2017)—The Antelope Valley Board of Trade announced the theme for the 46th Annual Business Outlook Conference—Small Business Big Results—today. The 2017 conference will be held Friday, March 2, 2018.

“This year’s conference is all about equipping the small businesses of the Antelope Valley with the tools they need for success,” adds Antelope Valley Board of Trade Vice President Norm Hickling.

Antelope Valley Board of Trade Vice President Norm Hickling will be leading the Business Outlook Conference committee and planning. With a passion for small business, Hickling and his committee are planning to highlight local private businesses that are the backbone to the economic development of the valley.  In addition, Hickling and his committee are organizing a slate of dynamic speakers, who will educate, engage, and entertain the attendees throughout the day.

The 2017 conference will be held at the Antelope Valley Fairgrounds in Lancaster, encompassing both the H.W. Hunter and Van Dam Pavilions.  With more than 46,000 square feet of event and exhibit space, the conference is expected to attract more than 800 participants in a full day of displays, activities, and engaging presentations by globally renowned speakers.  The Business Outlook Conference has grown to become the Antelope Valley’s largest and most enduring economic development outreach event.

For ticket reservations and information, please email the Antelope Valley Board of Trade  office at administration@avbot.org, or call the office at (661) 947-9033.

 

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A V Board of Trade
Anna Buehn
41319 12th Street West, Suite 104
Palmdale, CA 93551

Phone: (661) 947-9033

mission of The Antelope Valley Board of Trade to engage in maintaining and promoting diverse business and industry, quality infrastructures and a strong legislative voice for the benefit of its members and the Greater Antelope Valley.