The Wellington Chamber of Commerce presented the third session of its Small Business RoundTable series Tuesday, June 12 at Whole Foods Market in Wellington.
This series was created to help area businesses by providing the latest tools and knowledge for them to attain their business and financial goals.
Attorney Alec Domb presented and discussed the many different types and forms of business ownership. He reviewed the pros and cons of each one and shared the legal implications of the various forms, which was informative to all attendees.
Jonathan Rubins and Kevin Shapiro made a presentation together that was light-hearted and educational. They discussed and defined the various types of business, commercial and retail spaces that a business owner has to choose from. They examined how to negotiate a lease or purchase contract and areas to be addressed before signing on the dotted line.
Diane Brockway discussed alternative options for business locations. Geared for small or start-up businesses, she reviewed the positive features of virtual offices and the many different packages they have to fit one’s business needs. Blanca Greenstein of Morris Laing Evans Brock & Kennedy was the moderator.
The Small Business RoundTable meets on the second Tuesday of each month, and the cost is $10. The next session is set for July 10. The sessions cover many aspects of business, including accounting, legal and financial matters, government assistance, traditional marketing, digital (Internet) marketing, market research, public relations, branding, managing employees, business planning, etc. Experts in these particular fields share their knowledge in an informative and interactive atmosphere. All businesses are invited to attend.
For additional information about the Wellington Chamber of Commerce Small Business RoundTable series, visit www.wellingtonchamber.com or call (561) 792-6525.
Shown above: Jonathan Rubins, Alec Domb, Diane Brockway and Kevin Shapiro were the featured speakers.