World Renowned Entrepreneur and NYC Mayoral Candidate Paul Massey to Deliver Keynote Address at J-Biz Expo and Business Conference

Four weeks before the big event, the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce announced that Paul Massey will present at the morning keynote session of the J-Biz Expo and Business Conference, which will take place on Thursday, June 15th, 2017 at the New Jersey Expo Center in Edison.

Mr. Massey has made waves as of late as a candidate for mayor of New York City, but his renown in the business world dates back a lot longer. He began his career with a few hundred dollars in his pocket, and then founded the real estate brokeragefirm Massey Knakal in 1988 together with Bob Knakal. The company helped broker over $23 billion in real estate transactions before being acquired by Cushman & Wakefield for $100 million.

As a leading business figure with an interest in government and community, Mr. Massey will be an intriguing presence at J-Biz. Duvi Honig, Founder and CEO of the Chamber and J-Biz, says that the keynote session this year will be highly interactive. Not a “speech,” the session will be moderated by Aaron Klein of Breitbart Jerusalem and will include lots of opportunity for audience member to ask questions of the presenters.

“Paul Massey is an incredible addition to our all-star lineup,” says Duvi. “We would like to thank him for undertaking this key role and look forward to an exciting experience for all attendees.”

For more information about J-Biz Expo and Business Conference, or to reserve exhibition space, visit Time is running out! 

[Press Release]


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