Building Your Small Business Dream Team – Within Budget
Wednesday, May 19, 2010 at 12 PM ET
Presented by: Carolyn Kepcher, former adviser to Donald Trump on NBC's reality show "The Apprentice," former Executive Vice President of the Trump Organization and founder of WorkHerWay.com
This webinar was free to members and non-members
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It is imperative that small business owners surround themselves with trusted advisors to help them protect and grow their business. Large corporations may have accounting departments, marketing teams and onsite legal services. But as a small business owner… you often wear many of these hats yourself. By building a “Dream Team” you can utilize the expertise of professionals in these fields to take your business to the next level. Your team could include financial advisors, marketing consultants, legal professionals – just to name a few. This webinar gave some critical tips to assembling your support system - which stabilizes the foundation upon which you can grow your business.
- How to build your "Dream Team" -- within budget
- Government funds available (little-known sources of grant money and free advisors)
- Entrepreneur’s pre-nup and other planning tools
- Internet research -- cutting through the excess; getting to the real resources
Intended audience: Business owners; managers; staff with financial responsibilities; sales staff; fans of Donald Trump and the Apprentice
Question and Answer: All webinars include time for our expert to respond to your questions at the end of the presentation.
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About the presenter: Carolyn Kepcher is a high-profile businesswoman, often recognized for her executive experience with the Trump Organization and for her role on the hit series, "The Apprentice." She is the founder of Work Her Way, author of the best-selling business book "Carolyn 101," and writer of the weekly "Your Career" column for The New York Daily News. Her desire to create a place where working women can get answers to the many issues and dilemmas we are all facing today is what led her to found Carolyn & Co. Media, LLC and its first property -- WorkHerWay.
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