Experience one of Iowa’s largest entrepreneurial conferences in its new location: Ames, IA
Participate in the country’s largest “elevator pitch” competition
Hear exciting speakers, including the hosts of the Bad Crypto Podcast—Joel Comm and Travis Wright—as well as former Miss Iowa USA, Brooke Mickelson
This conference draws almost 500 attendees each year. Here you can meet your fellow young professionals and share success strategies while growing your professional network. If you really want to make an impression, pulling up in a limousine car should do the trick!
Booking luxury ground transportation ensures that you have a reliable ride, but it also shows your peers that you are serious about your business. Prioritizing corporate travel arrangements puts you one step above the rest who didn’t plan ahead for their transportation needs.
When a conference is hosted by the Wall Street Journal, you know that it’s one of those business events that you can’t miss. The Future is coming and this Festival lets you see it before anyone else.
Explore the hottest topics in business, including Artificial Intelligence and the Sustainability Movement
The wide variety of speakers includes leading creatives, actors, and business executives.
Enjoy complimentary breakfast and lunch, for all three days
Unlike other business events, this one has offsite excursions and robots! Will the presentation on self-driving cars reveal a stretch limousine that doesn’t need a limo driver? You’ll have to buy a ticket to find out.
This is “America’s biggest Business-To-Business Trade Show, Conference, & Networking Event” for the Small Business community.
Free to attend, but registration is required.
Learn the secrets to success from keynote speakers representing major companies, like Google
The Small Business Expo is an annual tour of business events with host cities across the country. If you can’t make the Chicago conference, head to the event website for more dates and locations.
Once you’ve registered, you may want to look into renting a limo bus. You’ll need the seating, because once the news gets out that you’re attending, the whole office will want to tag along!
Planning Ahead for Business Events
It’s important to prep your team for corporate travel. However, if you’re a business owner, you’ll need to make some arrangements, first.
You’ll need to book hotel and travel arrangements in advance. In fact, some hotels may even offer a special rate for event attendees.
Be sure to also book a reliable shuttle or black car service. While the idea of a road trip sounds fun, it’s safer to leave the chauffeuring to the professionals. A bus shuttle or a couple of town cars will help you get to where you need to go, without the stress of dealing with traffic in a new city.
After these accommodations are made, you might draw up an itinerary for you trip. On the other hand, you could also allow your employees to come up with their own plans for the time between sessions.
Either way, be sure to plan some downtime to relax from all of your hard work!
Written By: Amber M. Smith