Futurallia Kansas City 2011 Brings Together Hundreds of Small Businesses and Thousands of International Entrepreneurs
Imagine an international experience for the Kansas City entrepreneur in which everyone has the opportunity to interact with 800 businesses from 30 countries in two days.That’s Futurallia, and it’s coming to Kansas City May 18-20th of 2011!
Check out the Futurallia KC 2011 business event!
Futurallia is an event for business leaders, entrepreneurs, and startup companies to develop their business internationally through strategic, commercial, financial and technological partnerships.The event is a fast-paced business match-making event where everything is done to optimize an entrepreneur’s small business development efforts and maximize their time.Check out everything that Futurallia has to offer you and your small busines
Up to 16 pre-selected, 30-minute one-on-one B2B meetings per participant
Businesses from 30 different countries and key industry sectors to converse with
Interpretation services as needed
For the first time in the USA—and in Kansas City, the heart of America!
Match-making system perfected in over 20 years of experience
Unique networking opportunities with 800+ businesses from around the world
Access to exhibits, including many export specialists
Breakfast, lunch and dinner for two days
Up to three nights hotel accommodation (depending on package)
If you’re an entrepreneur looking for business relationships, have an interest in international markets, or are looking for worldwide and Kansas City networking opportunities, Futurallia is for you.The process is simple: visit the Futurallia KC 2011 website and register to attend the event.Next, input your business profile into the proprietary online Futurallia Catalog.Then, look at the catalog and select your potential business connections.You will then receive your meeting itinerary with your 16 scheduled meetings upon arrival, and finally, complete your meetings and use your free time at Futurallia KC 2011 to have even more one-on-ones!
Written by Allison Way. Allison is a writer and videographer for Think Big Partners and bizperc, two of Kansas City's newest entrepreneurial resources. To read more of Allison's work, visit the Kansas City Entrepreneurship Examiner.