Events, like fads, come and go,and in Southern California,
if you don't have "it," then you don't have a successful event.
Celebrating its 10 year anniversary, L.A.'s Largest Mixer not only
has what it takes to survive, it's the largest and most heralded
business mixer/expo of the year.
"This event is a very valuable business tool and networking
opportunity," said Pat Clark, Membership Manager for the Los Angeles
Chamber of Commerce. "Some groups have begun to plan for it well in advance
because it allows them the opportunity to meet new contacts, businesses and
members from neighboring communities such as Long Beach, the San Fernando
Valley and Santa Monica."
Scheduled for Thursday, July 24, 2008 from 5 to 9 p.m., the event will
be held at the Shrine Auditorium Expo Center, 700 W. 32nd St., Los Angeles,
CA 90007. A $20 admission fee gives attendees the opportunity to view more
than 250 exhibitors and network with thousands of local "influentials" on
the cutting edge of Los Angeles' business elite.
Now in its 10th successful year, the Mixer has grown to represent a
powerful meeting of Los Angeles area chambers of commerce and local
businesses representing hundreds of industries and companies in Southern
California. Last year, over 2800 business people came together for this
ultimate business networking event.
Designed to be part expo and part business social event, L.A.'s Largest
Mixer accomplishes both by providing an "open feel" for the exhibitor's
area with conversational areas for casual one-on-one discussions with
existing contacts or building new relationships.
Businesses and individuals do not have to be affiliated with a chamber
to attend the Mixer. The event's format has been reproduced in other
regions, including Orange County, Las Vegas and the Inland Empire.
For a complete list of exhibitors and sponsors, please visit
http://www.lamixer.com or call 323-230-5656 for further information.
The event is produced by The Dave Linden Group, Inc.