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Left to right, Jay Weintraub, president, LeadsCon Media Group (moderator); Logan LaHive, CEO, Belly; Wiley Cerilli, VP and GM, Constant Contact and Stuart Wall, CEO, Signpost, speak on the ÒWhat Do SMBs Want from a Local Commerce Solution?Ó panel at Street Fight Summit NYC, the premier event for hyperlocal content, commerce, marketing, and technology professionals, held at 82Mercer in SoHo, New York, New York, January 15, 2013.

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