November 07, 2010
PBI's "How to Start a New Business" Seminar, Dec. 1-2
Earn up to 12 CLE credits at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s “How to Start a New Business” seminar, a practical guide to starting a new business, practice or franchise on Wednesday, Dec. 1 and Thursday, Dec. 2.
Seminars include “Starting a New Business – Identifying the Objectives and Legal Issues;” “Choosing the Right Form of Business Entity;” “Show Me the Money – Small Business Loans, Venture Capital, Alternative Sources of Financing;” “Writing a Business Plan – Ten Keys to Success;” “Ethical Issues for the Newly Formed Firm (ethics);” and “Websites, Blogs and Social Networking – How to Take Maximum Advantage of the Internet Age.”
Topics for the second day include “Location, Location, Location – Exploring Real Estate;” “Options for the New Business;” “The Franchise Option;” “Insurance Coverage – How to Control Risk;” “The Work Force – Employment Law Issues;” “Developing a Customer Base;” and “The Leap of Faith – Planning for Contingencies and Going Forward.”
The program fee will be $299 (or $279 for members of a local or county bar association). Tuition fees are based on early bird registration. For more information on standard tuition fees and registration, please call 1-800-932-4637 or visit PBI’s website at www.pbi.org
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