Facebook representatives to speak at Senator Leahy Business Breakfast

For immediate release
May 15, 2012

Lisa Goodell
Communication Coordinator
Vermont Chamber of Commerce
[email protected]

Learn how the social media site can boost your business

Burlington, Vt. – The Vermont Chamber Business & Industry EXPO 2012 will kick-off on May 23rd with the Senator Leahy Business Breakfast featuring representatives from Facebook. As part of Facebook’s Boost for Small Business series, Brooke Oberwetter and Bess Siegfried will discuss how to use Facebook effectively for business, and how the social media outlet can help small businesses grow and expand their customer base.

One of the premier events of EXPO 2012, the Senator Leahy Business Breakfast will offer opportunities for attendees to ask questions, get advice and hear recommendations from the experts. Plus, receive tips and tricks – including how to tap into the Facebook community and connect with current and prospective customers. Registration information is available online atwww.vtexpo.com.

On May 23 and 24, business leaders from across Vermont, New England, New York and Canada will congregate at northern New England’s largest business-to-business trade show, the Vermont Business & Industry EXPO. This 28th annual exposition of business resources and networking opportunities will take place at the Sheraton Hotel & Conference Center in Burlington, VT.

A full schedule of events, and more information about speakers, seminars and awards, is available online atwww.vtexpo.com.

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  • Doug Reaves

    I wonder if the Facebook representatives will discuss the advantages of giving up their US citizenship to avoid taxes. It appears to be a new trend among the mega-wealthy: give up US citizenship and avoid most US taxes, but prosper from its infrastructure. Evidently, at least one of the Facebook founders has taken this course of action.

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