Small Business Computing’s Lauren Simmonds reports from the front lines of the 6th Annual Small Business Summit (March 8, 2011)
Every year I look forward to March, and it’s not just because I’m tired of Northeast winters. Along with warmer temperatures, March heralds the Small Business Summit, a day-long event where small business owners learn from and network with a variety of small business experts, entrepreneurs and technology vendors.
Created and produced by Ramon Ray, editor of SmallBizTechnology.com, and Marian Banker, president of Prime Strategies, the Small Business Summit (now in its 6th year) provides tools and information to help SMBs grow their business. “Our mission is to provide small business owners with information that is inspiring and relevant,” said Ray.
This year’s speakers included Chris McCann, president of 1‐800‐Flowers.com; Jim Fowler, CEO and co-founder of Jigsaw, Mark Gambill of Dell, ecommerce exert John Lawson of ColderICE, Matthew Weiss of 888‐Redlight, Andy Steuer of Deluxe, Ken Weyel of Microsoft’s Bing, Pamela O’Hara of Batch Blue, Jeff Cram of ISITE Design, Angela Jia Kim of Om Aroma, Grant Wickes of Wasp Barcode, Kirk Averett of Rackspace and Ellen Pack of Elance.
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