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SCORE NY Small Business Risk Management Workshop: How to Stay Afloat When Problems Arise

June 21, 2016Real Estate Leases: How to negotiate real estate leases that protect your current and future businessAttorney: Jan Alan Lewis

Workshop Overview
How to Stay Afloat When Problems Arise
If you're a small-business owner, you're by definition a risk-taker. The danger, however, of being comfortable with taking leaps of faith is that you can sometimes overlook smart and simple ways to minimize the damage if your leap ends in a fall.  This workshop will give you concrete steps to minimize risks that you know about and, importantly, risks that you might not know about. A team of risk management professionals will guide you through key ways to protect your business. Register Here.

Topics to be covered will include effective cash management, negotiating contracts, insurance, negotiating a real estate lease.

Topics and Speakers:

Staying Solvent

Instructor & Workshop Facilitator: Harry Precourt

Business Insurance
Insurance: Buying, Claiming, and Everything in Between
Instructor: Peter Hedberg

Real Estate Leases
Negotiate real estate leases that protect your current and growing business
Instructor: Jan Lewis

Negotiating Contracts
Instructor: Larry Drath

Event Location
Science, Industry and Business Library (SIBL)
188 Madison Avenue (at 34th Street)
New York, NY
 

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