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NXT Events Launches Show Targeting Mid-Market Firms

Mike Thomas
, News Writer
April 4, 2018
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NORWALK, Conn. — NXT Events Media Group wanted to provide owners and managers of mid-market companies with more powerful branding tools and support, so Founder and CEO Britton Jones and President and Chief Operating Officer Sharon Enright created a unique conference and trade show called BRANDXCELERATOR.

Scheduled for Nov. 11-12 at New York’s Metropolitan Pavilion, the event — which will feature prominent keynoters and afternoon workshops — aims to help attendees improve their brand strategies while also introducing them to new audience-targeting technologies.

“BRANDXCELERATOR is the show we always wished was available,” Enright told Trade Show Executive. “Our own experience in dealing with an increasingly hyper-connected world proved good products and services are no longer enough to ensure success. While there are more ways to connect with customers today than ever before, this creates a deafening noise challenging mid-market companies to compete effectively and differentiate their products.

“Building a strong and enduring brand is the critical step in taking business to the next level and is now the No. 1 strategic element in achieving sustained growth.”   

Reach Britton Jones at or (203) 956-0222; Sharon Enright at or (203) 956-0222

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