Small biz expos – free tickets here


The Bizzone Small Business Expos are back for 2009 kicking off in Auckland then Wellington and finishing off in Christchurch in August.

To make it really easy for you – we have free tickets for you to the Expos. Just click on this link to register yourself. By registering you also go in a draw to win an amazing $100, 000 Smart Marketing Prize.

These are an essential one stop shop for all Kiwi small business operators, one man bands, consultants or anyone considering starting their own business. Look out for the Xero exhibition stall and you can go in the business card draw to win a bottle of Champagne!

Plus,  Stuart Bale,  Xero’s General Manager of Accounting Partners will be presenting as part of the National Bank Seminar Series so you can get along to hear his pearls of wisdom on ‘Six Tips for your Business Survival and Success in 2009’.

The expos are all about teaching you how to increase your sales,  tips for smarter marketing,  how to deal with a tight cashflow,  staffing solutions, debt collection,  business planning and strategy….

The Vero Excellence in Business Support Awards are being held on 28 May during the Auckland expo too – so fingers crossed Xero comes away with another gong.

Here’s that link again for your free ticket.

One Comment

Galen King
May 20, 2009 at 10:11 pm

Thanks for the ticket, guys, very nice. See you in Wellington.

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