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Tips & Tricks for Growing/Scaling Your Business – Panel Discussion

Join us for a panel discussion on how to properly manage growing/scaling your business
Tips & Tricks for Growing/Scaling Your Business – Panel Discussion
November 27th, 2018
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
What You'll Gain:
  • How to anticipate/plan for any legal implications associated with growing your business
  • Tips for evaluating financial statements to determine if it’s time to scale
  • Advice from clients who have successfully scaled their business
Cost: $0

Been in business for a few years, but having trouble figuring out how to take your business to the next level? During this panel discussion, you will learn some strategies to keep your business growing, and get advice for how to properly manage scaling your business.

Location: WBDC – Stamford

Pre-Registration Required/No Charge

Instructor: Leanne Shofi, Janet Siegenthaler
Title: Entrepreneurs & Business Advisors
Bio: LEANNE SHOFI: Leanne is Special Counsel with the Litigation Group of Cuddy & Feder LLP. Leanne engages in all aspects of complex commercial litigation; JANET SIEGENTHALER: Janet is WBDC's Project Director. She was formerly a finance executive with over twenty years of experience in commercial banking, marketing and corporate sales. Her expertise is helping entrepreneurial companies to obtain capital and achieve profitable growth.
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