Millsboro Chamber’s Business Expo offers networking, presenters and much more

MILLSBORO – Networking, information and variety are in store for those attending the Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce’s Business Expo.

The event – free and open to the business community and public – will be held Thursday, April 23 from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Millsboro Town Center.

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There will be breakout sessions featuring more than a dozen presenters.

Three is no charge for admission or for vendors.

Vendors/informational booths include the banking, health, home construction/maintenance, travel, media and retail sectors, among others.

Response and projected turnout has exceeded expectation, said Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Amy Simmons. .

“We did not charge for any vendors because it was our first year out. We just wanted to see what the response would be,” said Ms. Simmons. “In the beginning I really did not think this would probably go over too well. And we’ve got 50 vendors; so 50 businesses will be here.”

The expo will begin at 1 p.m. with a presentation by Tyler Enslin on memory training for people with businesses.

Also featured is a motivational presentation by Eunice S. Carpitella, founder of Transformative Dynamics.

In conjunction with the Business Expo, the Greater Millsboro Chamber has moved its monthly meeting – usually the third Thursday – to April 23, with a noon luncheon available to Chamber members.

Blue Water Grill is catering the luncheon.

Cost is $5 per member. RSVP is needed by the GMCOC by Thursday, April 16. Information is online at the GMCOC website – https://www.millsborochamber.com/ – and reservations can also be made by calling the Greater Millsboro Chamber at 934-6777.

News Editor Glenn Rolfe can be reached at grolfe@newszap.com

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