Maintaining a professional appearance is important in business and Angela Davi, left, and Jennifer Tully, representing LipSense products from SeneGence International, were showing visitors how to make a good first impression at the Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce’s Business Expo on Thursday. (CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin)

Products, services promoted at Nanaimo business expo

Hundreds of visitors flock to see new ideas showcased alongside tried-and-true products and services

The Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce’s Business Expo drew more than 100 exhibitors, which in turn brought in hundreds of visitors to the Vancouver Island Conference Centre today (Oct. 5).

People turned out to explore products and services ranging from government agencies focused on assisting small business and start-up ventures to cosmetics and high-tech services, products and business discussion panels throughout the event.

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