Posts Tagged ‘Seminars’

Free Seminars Hosted By Venture Bank

Friday, May 11th, 2012

Venture Bank LogoMay 20 – 26, 2012 is National Small Business Week.  Venture Bank is proud to be a supporter of small businesses in the Twin Cities, and in celebration will be hosting a series of free seminars on important business topics.  Sign-up for one or all!

Register for these free seminars here:
http://www.venturebankonline.com/smb2012

Breaking Into Exporting – May 9, 2012

Featuring: Matt Woodlee of the US Department of Commerce and
Carlos Sosa of the US Small Business Administration

With the federal government having embarked on the National Export Initiative with the goal to double exports by the end of 2014, there are vast amounts of resources and opportunities for businesses to expand internationally… Learn More

Legal Implications of Social Media – May 17, 2012

Featuring: Erin Swanson of Swanson Law

Do you currently use, or have you considered using social media such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for your business? With the big buzz around social media, it’s important to be aware of the legal issues that exist for businesses when using social media to market their companies and screen potential job applicants.
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Consultant Panel – May 22, 2012

Featuring: Nathan Austin of MyTech Partners,
Rochelle Shirk of Savvy Planning,
Patrick Strother of Strother Communications, and
Ben Marks of Marks Group

Are you considering hiring a consultant to assist with some aspect of your business? How do you know that you really need that consultant? And, what does hiring them really entail? Many businesses find themselves asking these same questions. Learn More 

 

Succession Planning – May 30, 2012

Featuring: Al Boyden of Boyden Consulting and
Jon Schindel of Seiler & Schindel PLLC

Succession planning and emergency preparedness planning is imperative for business owners. Many businesses fail because they were forced to be reactive to a sudden disaster, so it is important to be proactive and have plans in place for all business risks. Learn More 

Legal Disclaimer: This article is intended for informational purposes only and by no means should replace or substitute other legal documents (governmental or non-governmental) reflecting similar content or advice. If you have any questions concerning your situation or the information provided, please consult with an attorney, CPA or HR Professional.

Business Succession Seminar Announced

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

Business SuccessionAs business revenues and business values declined over the past several years, many owners delayed their departures from their businesses.  Those owners, now five years older, are energetically seeking buy-outs from their other owners.  Unfortunately, buy-out disputes are occurring between departing owners and remaining owners about stock values, stock payment schedules, non-competes and the sale of the business.

PCS Client Koepke Law and PCS Partner Sunbelt Business Brokers will be presenting the seminar “Must-Knows for Successful Business Succession” on April 28th from 9am to 11:30am at the Crowne Plaza Minneapolis West (formerly Radisson Conference Center), 3131 Campus Drive, Plymouth, MN 55441.

A panel discussion on the following topics will be presented:

  • What is Business Succession?
  • Why is a Shareholder Agreement Important?
  • What is your Business Worth?
  • Where Does the Money Come From for the Buyout?
  • Shareholder Lawsuits and Resolving Shareholder Disputes.

This is a complimentary seminar.  We encourage you to bring a colleague or friend who may be interested in these topics.  Seating is limited so please reserve your seat by contacting Nancy Donahue at (763) 201-1210 or ndonahue@koepkelaw.com.  For more information on the seminar, click here.

Legal Disclaimer: This article is intended for informational purposes only and by no means should replace or substitute other legal documents (governmental or non-governmental) reflecting similar content or advice. If you have any questions concerning your situation or the information provided, please consult with an attorney, CPA or HR Professional.