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Virtual 'Start a Business' Expo Offers Source Code for Success

Virtual 'Start a Business' Expo Offers Source Code for Success . / Credit: Virtual exposition image via Shutterstock

A  virtual expo targeted to current and aspiring entrepreneurs opens today (March 21) and runs through March 23. The Start a Business Weekend (SABW) lets participants explore business opportunities and gain advice from experts—all  from the comfort of their home or

SABW allows attendees to "walk" into a digital exhibit hall and visit the booths of more than 60 of the nation's hottest franchise concepts where they can chat live with representatives from a variety of different franchise brands, learn how to finance their new business, attend keynote presentations, and download informational resources with relevant information about franchising and specific opportunities throughout the nation. Business coaches from The Entrepreneur's Source, which is co-sponsoring the expo, will also be available to help would-be entrepreneurs discover business opportunities that meet their personal goals, needs and expectations.

"With an uncertain career economy, entrepreneurship is becoming a frontrunner in options for individuals looking to create an improved version of themselves, or what we're calling You 2.0," said Terry Powell, CEO and founder of The Entrepreneur's Source. "Starting a business is a sustainable way for individuals to take control and achieve their desired Income, lifestyle, wealth and equity goals for
them and their families. The Start a Business Weekend expo is a place to get started and discover what opportunities are available and what will be the best fit for your future."

Registration for the SABW Expo is currently open, with no registration fee, at  www.StartABusinessWeekend.com.

Reach BusinessNewsDaily senior writer Ned Smith at nsmith@techmedianetwork.com. Follow him on Twitter @nedbsmith.

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