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Avoiding Legal Landmines & Financial Potholes – Diane Pollack & BIG

28
Feb
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
The Yard106 West 32nd Street, 2nd floor
New York
Price: Free

Presented by Diane Pollack from StyleMPower and BIG.

Do you not really know all the necessary legal practices for your business because you never spent the time to investigate it or thought it would cost a lot of money?

Find out more in this interactive discussion by BIG with Alex K. Ross, an attorney who helps small and medium size businesses avoid legal landmines. Geared toward new business entrepreneurs, we’ll begin with a discussion of corporate formation and structure, and how it can limit your personal liability.

The event will also discuss your most important asset when starting your business – intellectual property, and how to protect it.  Do you intend to hire employees, independent contractors or interns?  If so, you should understand the differences and the risks involved.  Finally, it will discuss some aspects of business divorce.  When starting a business everyone is very eager to start making money, but what happens if things don’t work out?  There are some strategies that you can put in place now, before the bad feelings set in.

To run a financial sustainable company, it takes more than driving profitability and providing quality customer service or products.  It requires the right expertise to manage your business financials, policies and procedures that ensure compliance and much more! Tricia M. Taitt  CFO of Art & Money Matters LLC,will share some of the financial management challenges that new and established small businesses often face and offer a few solutions to prevent financial potholes. 

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Presented by Diane Pollack from StyleMPower and BIG.

Do you not really know all the necessary legal practices for your business because you never spent the time to investigate it or thought it would cost a lot of money?

Find out more in this interactive discussion by BIG with Alex K. Ross, an attorney who helps small and medium size businesses avoid legal landmines. Geared toward new business entrepreneurs, we’ll begin with a discussion of corporate formation and structure, and how it can limit your personal liability.

The event will also discuss your most important asset when starting your business – intellectual property, and how to protect it.  Do you intend to hire employees, independent contractors or interns?  If so, you should understand the differences and the risks involved.  Finally, it will discuss some aspects of business divorce.  When starting a business everyone is very eager to start making money, but what happens if things don’t work out?  There are some strategies that you can put in place now, before the bad feelings set in.

To run a financial sustainable company, it takes more than driving profitability and providing quality customer service or products.  It requires the right expertise to manage your business financials, policies and procedures that ensure compliance and much more! Tricia M. Taitt  CFO of Art & Money Matters LLC,will share some of the financial management challenges that new and established small businesses often face and offer a few solutions to prevent financial potholes. 

RSVP Here!