Learn the basics of starting your business from Marlen Lara, MCS Onsite Manager. Topics include: Business Structuring: the difference between Sole Proprietorship, LLC, Corporation, and Partnerships Business Plan Development Permits and Licenses Taxes
Trying to reach new customers can be expensive. But there’s one thing you can do that won’t cost you a cent: Organic Marketing. SEO, Email Marketing. Social Media. Content Marketing. Let’s explore these 4 pillars of organic marketing and learn how to turn followers into buyers. We’ll discuss different ways to grow your followers and customer base, organically.
Join us for a discussion with Beatriz Devis, Economic Development Specialist with the U.S. Small Business Administration, Los Angeles District Office and Lucius C. Davis III, Small Business Liaison at the Taxpayers’ Rights Advocates Office on the most common business ownership types. Information about Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships, Corporations, and Limited Liability Companies will be presented. This information, along with specific filing information for each form of ownership, allows the business owner to determine which form of business ownership best fits their business needs.
Defining your brand is arguably the most crucial part of starting a business. What is your unique selling proposition? Does your copy and photography work for your brand? Who is your target audience? What will separate you from the competition and how will you communicate that to your potential customers?
Employment Law Basics and COVID Re-Opening Regulations for Small Businesses
This webinar will cover the different classifications of employment, give tops on how to hire, manage and terminate employees, and provide up to date information and recommended “best practices” on the constantly shifting legal considerations for small businesses to contemplate as they work to remain open or to re open their businesses during the pandemic