Are you considering bringing a partner into your existing business? Are you launching a new business with a partner? Getting into business with a partner is like a business marriage. You need an aligned vision for your future, an understanding of your business, and a common understanding of your day-to-day. In this 1-hr webinar we will hear from Carolyn Cooke and Katherine R O’Neill who will share their personal experiences with partnerships and best practices moving forward.
We will cover:
- What to consider when starting a partnership?
- What are your legal entity options?
- What questions to answer before you go into business with a partner.
Time/Day: Monday, 2/8 | 12-1pm
Cost: This class is offered free of charge but space is limited! If you are no longer able to attend the class, please reach out to us so someone else can take your spot.
Carolyn Cooke: Carolyn Cooke is a dedicated business and brand champion, whose roles have included co-founder and president, general manager, and vice president of sales within innovative, market leading companies and has unique expertise in pioneering start-up products and brands. She co-founded ISIS an outdoor women’s wholesale clothing company and since selling that business, she has served in leaderships in companies and non-profits and currently operates Triple C Consulting where she provides strategic consulting, coaching and business management services to business leaders, employees and entrepreneurs
Katherine O’Neill: Kat started Hatch Law & Consulting, PLC in June of 2015, to exclusively serve small businesses and start-ups in Vermont using today’s technology, positive energy, and plain English. She is passionate about creating and leveraging relationships and knowledge to serve entrepreneurs. She views the practice of law as an opportunity to help clients realize their objectives while understanding and mitigating transactional and compliance risks to the greatest extent possible. Kat helped her husband start his business and this trial-by-fire experience was an integral part of her decision to work with small businesses as an attorney.
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