The Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce will host a seminar on Tuesday, May 2 from 8-9:30 a.m. at the Oswego City Public Library Community Room located at 120 E. Second St. in Oswego.
The seminar is titled “Business Killers” and will address the six mistakes that can destroy a business and a future. The workshop will cover many topics including succession, insurance, financing and selling, merging and acquiring a business. Join attorney Kimberly A. Steele of The Steele Law Firm and Jack Stevens from MassMutual Financial Group as they facilitate this workshop that will empower participants with more knowledge and power in their businesses, whether a new or existing business.
“Too often we are busy running our companies that we neglect the most important things that safeguard our business and protect our income and our families and their futures,” says Steele. “This seminar will concisely hit upon the major themes that Jack and I address daily with our clients and commonly when something has gone wrong. That’s why proper and thorough planning is fundamental to any business, large or small.”
Breakfast will be provided at no cost to attendees and pre-registration is requested by calling 343-7681 or online at www.oswegofulton chamber.com.
For more information about the seminar, contact the chamber at 343-7681. For more information about The Steele Law Firm, P.C. call 216-4721 or visit their web site at www.thesteelelawfirm.com. Jack Stevens can be reached at 671-4390 or by email at jackstevens@financial guide.com.