Executives, professionals expected to attend Business Showcase

The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with 14 other regional nonprofit business organizations, will conduct the 2010 San Diego Business Showcase at the Del Mar Fairgrounds on March 11.


The event will take place from 2 to 7 p.m. at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, and is expected to draw 200 exhibitors and nearly 2,000 executives and business professionals.

“This will be one of the region’s best programs to create local jobs and economic opportunity at a grass-roots level,” said David Nydegger, CEO of the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce, the organizer of the San Diego Business Showcase. “We want as many area companies as possible to participate for one common purpose – to get more business done in the greater San Diego area.”

This year’s event will eclipse the previous year’s program by nearly two-fold, and is a shining example of how both corporations and executives recognize that the best business opportunities are done at face-to-face gatherings. “Last year, we had more than 160 leads from the show, making it our best event ever in terms of generating new prospects,” said Colm Kelly of Smarter Small Business, Inc.

In addition to the exhibition and networking elements, the San Diego Business Showcase will feature an electronics recycling center, encouraging attendees to bring old and unused items to the event for proper disposal. The presenting sponsors are Computer Circulation Center and The Daily Transcript. Event sponsors include Tri-City Medical Center, Smarter Small Business, Jordan & Jordan Marketing, Bank of America, SDG&E and Scripps Coastal Medical Center.

A full list of exhibitors is available online.

Attendee registration is $10, and payable at the door. Additional information on the San Diego Business Showcase can be found at www.sdbusinessshowcase.com and every Thursday from 7 to 8 a.m. on KCEO AM 1000.

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