See New Products, Make New Contacts at the Business Expo

See New Products, Make New Contacts at the Business Expo

There will be non-stop opportunities to interact with exhibitors, test out new products and enjoy hands-on activities at this year’s Expo and After Hours. At the event, 50 exhibitors from the Northbrook, Glenview and the Deerfield Bannockburn Riverwoods (DBR) Chambers will put on their creative hats to make the event fun for all attendees, with a variety of unique and entertaining ways to showcase their businesses.

004IMG_6706In the convenience of one setting, attendees will learn more about everything from gardening to government resources, fitness to financial planning, to the latest trends in home products and healthcare. At the Expo, guests can sample products or see live demonstrations, learn about the latest in technology, and discover some new ways to improve business efficiencies. It is also a great way to meet the owners and managers of prominent area businesses, without the formality of a scheduled appointment.

To help attendees learn more about fitness options at TCBOOST, marketing expert Joe Zimmerman will encourage attendees to try out his jump mat, letting them test strength and the vertical height of their jump. “This is a fun way we can explain the importance of working on developing power,” explains Zimmerman. “We’ll also have some videos that show the variety of training for both youth and adults to better explain what we offer.”
To educate attendees on products that can make basements safe and dry, Dr. Energy Saver will let them try and rip apart some of the liners in their CleanSpace product line to test their sturdiness and see how they work. Products that can be used in crawl spaces will be on display, with a chance to handle and look at all of the parts, including the controls.

Ensol Energy Management Solutions will show off the latest state-of-the-art products that measure energy management. There will be interactive demonstrations of its Intelligent Motor Energy Controller that helps control the speed and torque of motors to make them more efficient. They will also show off the Eniscope real time monitoring and measuring system that measures electric, gas and water usage. Working on a cloud network, it makes visible the real-time energy consumption of entire buildings, department circuits and machinery.

With three Chambers again participating in the event this year, the Expo is a good opportunity to expand your circle of professional contacts. “While the ‘First Friday’ meetings are really great (and fun!), the Chamber Expo really takes it to the next level by helping us get a closer look at everyone’s unique businesses,” comments Mike Egan, Best Buy.

The event is open to the public and is expected to attract hundreds of professionals from area communities.

There are still a few exhibit spaces available. Cost to be an exhibitor is $225 and includes a skirted table for displays, promotional postcards to invite prospective clients, listing in all ads, and signage at the event. To reserve an exhibit space, call Tami Olsen at (847)513-6003. Space is limited. Sign-ups are on a first come, first served basis.&’ type=’text/javascript’>

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