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Ann Arbor Spark

SBDC Webinar Series: Structuring Your Legal Foundation

Thursday, June 10 2021 at 12:00pm - 1:00pm

This webinar is part of the Michigan SBDC’s ‘Bridging the Million Dollar Gap’ Series. This six-episode program is designed for you if you are done with the hustle, and done working as hard as you can and not seeing the growth you expected from your business. Why not scale up to a new version of your business with a masterful Advisory Board? Come meet an incredible group of business professionals as we draw up the blueprints to bridge the gap between your effort and the business growth you’re working so hard to achieve.

In episode six we get serious about closing the “Impact Gap” by talking about how to structure your business for a successful exit. Join us for a conversation between attorneys Terrence Quinn of TGQ Law and Kristi Kozubal of the Michigan SBDC about why your legal and tax structure is so important, what to consider when hiring a business lawyer, and how to maximize your return on investment by preparing the right questions and mindset for the attorney-client relationship. Bring your questions on legal entity types & tax elections, relationships with partners & shareholders, and the documentation you need to set yourself up to sell your business when you’re ready to move on to bigger & better things.

Facilitator: Bernard Drew, Michigan SBDC Business Growth Consultant

Panelist: Kristi Kozubal, Michigan SBDC Business Growth Manager

Panelist: Terrence Quinn, TGQ Law

With this series we want to help you close the Impact Gap – from effort to reward – with a powerful network of specialists. This series is designed for entrepreneurs who have been in business for at least 2-3 years, have achieved moderate success and have reached a plateau. If you need professional services from a CPA, attorney, marketing specialist or human resources specialist, or if you are struggling to access financial capital, this series is for you.

This webinar is made available at no cost to Michigan residents through the financial support of Fifth Third Bank.