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PRODUCING BIXOPP EXPO-SEMINARS
Minimum Start-Up: $1,500
Average Start-Up: 10,000
Revenue: $25,000 - $5Mil+
Profits: $20,000 - $1Million
One Person Business: Yes
In this information Society, we have an insatiable appetite for knowledge.
Add to this our desire to network with people who share our intersets,
professionals in our own trade.
For these reasons, seminars and expositions have continued to grow. At a
time when the explosive growth of electronic systems offer abundant ways
information can be delivered, we continue to prefer the old fashioned,
person-to-person contact with our peers.
As seminars become more and more specialized, the number of seminars
contunue to grow. According to industry statistics, there are over 1000,000
seminar sessions each year. There seems to be a wide spectrum of topics on
which to develop a seminar.
The Business Opportunities market is at a strategic crossroads where new
economic opportunities intersect with our growing disenchantment with
Thus, our continuing search for a "better way to earn a living" makes
Business Opportunities Expos and Seminars one of the most profitable
Remember, where our economic interest lies, we are all opportunity seekers.
And that's a huge market.
The most cost effective way to produce a "Start A Business" seminar is to
have sponsors cover the cost of promoting the expo/seminar. In exchange,
you can arrange for sponsors to have a mini expo. Compared to conventional
expos that use booths for exhibits, a "table-top expo" can take place in a
foyer or hotel lobby.
A number of tables can be arranged where different, non-competing sponsors
can consult with attendees regarding business opportunities being offered.
THE $10 EXPO/SEMINAR
If all your marketing and production costs are paid for by participating
sponsors, your revenues will depend exclusively on admission.
In a city of 1 million or more people, it is reasonable to project an
attendance of 2,500 to 3,500, each paying $10 for 3-hour seminars and
an on-going consultation-style tabletop expo.