A business symposium will be held in Ohio this fall and the event will likely attract MBAs, entrepreneurs and other businessmen and women.

The Northeast Ohio Procurement Technical Assistance Center, the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Veteran's Business Council of Northern Ohio have come together and organized an event entitled Veterans in Business - Still Serving America. The conference will take place on November 10.

"Now in its seventh year, this conference has grown into one of the largest veteran business networking events in the country," said the event's spokesperson Rick DeChant. "Last year, we had 400 participants from a four-state area in attendance."

The event could be a good opportunity for younger businessmen and women to network with industry experts and for veterans to explore possible ways to expand their existing operations.

The business world can be a very exciting place to be, especially as an entrepreneur. You'll need knowledge of how startups launch if you want to be a business owner, so consider enrolling in an MBA program today. Once your company is off the ground, events like the one in Ohio could help you grow your business.

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