Lubavitcher business owners and managers gathered in Razag Hall in Crown Heights for a trade expo on Sunday, encouraging community members to support their own.
By Anash.org reporter
Photos: Pini Photos/Anash.org
Nearly 75 Lubavitcher owners and managers gathered in Razag Hall in Crown Heights on Sunday, at a trade expo meant to highlight local businesses and encourage community members to support their own.
The expo gave business owners an opportunity to connect with like-minded owners who are actively seeking more ways to grow their businesses. It also gave them the chance to meet diverse exhibitors, attend relevant seminars, and learn more about the many resources and services available to the community.
Community members circulated among the many booths, learning about the many services offered by fellow Lubavitchers. Entrepreneurs and small business owners met up, sharing what each one could offer to each other.
The expo also featured talks and joint sessions, as well as an award ceremony, recognizing businesses and their leaders who are making an impact on their companies, communities, and industries.