The Week Ahead in B2B: September 23-27

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September is coming to a close but during the last full week of the month, there is plenty to explore in the trade show circuit.
If trade shows are meant for networking and connections, then the LinkedIn Talent Connect seems like an ideal place to do just that. From Wednesday to Friday in Dallas, attendees will hear from the likes of Michelle Obama, Gary Vaynerchuk and more than 60 other speakers across all industries.
From the 23rd to the 26th Solar Power International, one of the nation’s largest energy conferences, will take place in Salt Lake City.
Special events at the show include a Women in Solar Storage Luncheon, networking breakfast roundtables and a Community Engagement Lounge.
There will be a lot of news coming out of the medical world next week because there is a trio of healthcare-oriented events.
The Orthopedic Trauma Association Annual Meeting, the National League for Nursing Education Summit and the Family Medicine Experience will all begin in the back end of the week.
The events will take place in Denver, Colorado…National Harbor, Maryland….and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania respectively.

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