Free Small Business Assistance Fair to Be Offered at Florida Tech

MELBOURNE, FLA. — Prospective and current small business owners and employees are invited to attend a free Small Business Assistance Fair, “Who Is Driving
Your Business?” It is sponsored by Small businessLIFE Magazine, Florida Business Bank, and the National Center for Small Business Information at Florida

The event will take place on Wednesday, March, 7th at Florida Tech’s Clemente Center. Doors open at 8 a.m. for registration and refreshments, with the
seminars and business expo going from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The fair will offer Brevard County small businesses a helping hand aimed at providing the
resources and assistance necessary to be successful in today’s highly competitive marketplace. Participants are not required to stay for the entire fair,
but may attend any portion of the fair as desired.

“Who Is Driving Your Business?” will offer local entrepreneurs the opportunity to meet one-on-one with leading area professional service providers.
Discussions will include new business startups, marketing, financial assistance, banking, regulations, labor, employment and training.

Members of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), Florida Department of Revenue, and the Internal Revenue Service will also be among the speakers.
They will give seminars on various aspects of how to start and run your business.

In addition to seminars, a business expo will be held offering participants the unique opportunity to speak to service providers one on one.

To register for this free event, or for more information, call (321) 674-7011 or visit
the NCSBI’s “Who Is Driving Your Business?” website at

BusinessLife Magazine is designed to inspire, educate and support the entrepreneur or those with an entrepreneurial spirit by providing helpful insight and
actionable suggestions for increased business performance and job satisfaction. ###

The National Center for Small Business Information is a small business training center located on the campus of Florida Tech. Funded by the U.S. Department
of Labor, the center offers free training in business software, computer technology and government contracting to both small businesses and individuals.

Florida Business Bank works side-by-side with business owners of Brevard with custom tailored banking solutions that fit their unique needs.

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