David G. Sayles to Attend Small Business Expo in NYC

As a leader of commercial insurance services in Glen Rock, New Jersey and beyond, David G. Sayles is enthusiastic to announce his attendance of the Small Business Expo that will be taking place in New York City next Thursday, May 11th. As the largest business-to-business trade show, we are proud to be a part an exhibition that celebrates business owners, start-ups, and entrepreneurs.

During our presentation, we hope to shed light on the common misunderstandings when it comes to business insurance and the coverages that these policies provide. Like many new and experienced business owners, you don’t know something isn’t covered until it’s too late. Therefore, in our presentation, titled “What Do You Mean It Is Not Covered?”, we will be exploring common questions and providing pertinent answers to all of your important insurance questions.

The details of the event are as follows:

WHAT: SMALL BUSINESS EXPO – New York City 2017

WHO: David Sayles of David G. Sayles Insurance Agency

WHEN: Thursday, May 11th, 2017. 9:30 AM – 10:15 AM

WHERE: Javits Convention Center, Hall 1B

(Registration opens at 9:00 AM. Exhibitor Hall closes at 5:00 PM)

We look forward to seeing you there!

For more information on this year’s Small Business Expo and its locations nationwide, visit their website here.

About David G. Sayles

At David G. Sayles Insurance Services, we work hard for you. We serve various industries, including wineries and breweries, nonprofits, manufacturers, importers/exporters, and many more. Our comprehensive solutions can be customized to include the policies you need, including Workers’ Compensation, Crime & Employee Dishonesty, Directors and Officers Liability, Business Interruption coverage and more. We take pride in serving the communities of New Jersey with affordable and quality insurance products. For more information, contact us today at (800) 439-0292.

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