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Vendors Sought for Business Partnership Bizfest

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ – The Somerset County Business Partnership is providing an opportunity to local businesses that are interested in increasing exposure and sales with a display table at “BizFest.”  On June 16, local businesses will have an opportunity to showcase their products and services to the hundreds of visitors at the ‘hyper-local’ trade show and networking opportunity in New Jersey’s most affluent market. 
 
 
The Somerset County business expo will provide the opportunity to make new business-to-business contacts while introducing both residents and other business people to product and service options available.  Day of event admission to BizFest is free of charge for attendees. Wells Fargo is the Premier Sponsor.
 
Reserving display space will provide an opportunity for businesses to expose their products and services to a broad range of Somerset County business people and residents. Exhibitor space is discounted if reserved by Friday, April 8, 2016 to $200 for members with 1 to 25 employees; $300 for members with 25+ employees; $350 for non-members with 1 to 25 employees; and $475 for non-members with 26+ employees.   Sponsorship opportunities are available.
 
 
Among the businesses expected to be represented will be accounting firms; personal and business coaches; information technology, mailing and printing services; financial planning; real estate; credit unions and banks; human resource services; payroll services; cleaning services; office furniture; banquet halls; educational services; nonprofits and nonprofit support services; retail and recreation services.  In addition, there will be food tastings from area restaurants and a photo booth.  
 
“The BizFest has a proven record of success for product and service businesses of all sizes,” commented Diana Sieberg, Vice-President of the Business Partnership. “The exposure gained in one afternoon goes a long way to expanding a customer base.”
 
To register, call 908-218-4300 or register online at at  http://bit.ly/bizfest2016.  
 

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