Seminole Business Expo
The Seminole Business Expo is Seminole County's biggest and best showcase of the region's businesses. More than 100 exhibitors are there to talk about their companies to the 1,000 attendees.
Display booths will sell out quickly. The 2019 Seminole Business Expo had a waiting list a dozen companies long, so reserve your spot quickly.
The event kicks off at 3 p.m. at the Lake Mary Events Center on January 22, 2020. Mark your calendar now!
Mary Sue WeinaugWekiva Island
The Seminole Expo provides GREAT exposure for local businesses! We are often referred to as Seminole’s “Best Kept Secret." The Expo helps us to branch out and become “The Best Local Hot Spot” for FUN
David LindseySalata Salad Kitchen
The Seminole Business EXPO exceeded our expectations and the response to our food was incredible. Being a vendor at the EXPO is something we couldn’t have afforded to miss
Zaheer DatooCutting Edge Signs and Visuals
This was out fourth year of exhibiting at the Seminole Business Expo. The Seminole Business Expo gets better each year and it’s evident with both, the amount of exhibitors and attendees
Richard KerrInsurance Office of America
The Seminole Business Expo is well attended by the local businesses and the community, so if you’re interested in looking for opportunities to network, meet potential business partners, or clients, this is a must-attend event
Lauren MillerJ. Wayne Miller Company
I've been a Chamber Member for a few years and have exhibited at the Expo every year. The amount of attendees continues to grow and the exposure to our family-owned business is a great investment
Sheila KramerLake Mary Life
The Seminole Business Expo is one of the best opportunities you’ll ever have to make connections for your business. Our entire staff attends…because it’s worth the time, worth the money…and it’s fun
Brandy WaeltiSTRATEGIC Accounting & Consulting
Joining the chamber, then immediately being an exhibitor in the Seminole Business Expo within a month, afforded me the opportunity to reach revenue levels five times quicker than projected