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Pivoting my Business Idea amid COVID - 19

Sep
16
2020
Wed 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Topic: Business Start-Up

During this webinar, participants will learn about the necessary steps to make any changes through business legal entities and or licensing requirements if their business offering had pivoted amid COVID-19. For example: “Do I continue operating through my current LLC? Should I register a DBA? Should I open a different entity?” are some of the questions that participants should be able to cover with this webinar

Speaker(s): Karla C. Boldery (Cárdenas-Álvarez) General Market Manager for La Mega Media, Inc. Mrs. Boldery is currently the Cincinnati Market Manager for La Mega Media, Inc. La Mega Media, Inc. is the largest Hispanic media platform in the state of Ohio. It operates 3 radio stations in Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati and publishes 4 newspapers, spanning the state of Ohio and reaching Pittsburgh and Northern Kentucky. Mrs. Boldery was the former Innovation Services Director for HCDC Business Center. Mrs. Boldery has helped over 500 Hispanic Businesses get started and connected to available resources in the Cincinnati metro area. Founder and facilitator for the Latina Entrepreneur Academy in Cincinnati, delivering startup business training for over 80 Latinas. She is currently an active member at the Cincinnati Minority Business Collaborative and the Cincinnati Latino Leaders Collaborative. She is currently on the advisory board for the Cincinnati COMPASS (connecting immigrants & community for a stronger region). She is a member of the Cincinnati Hispanic Chamber Board of Directors, and a past President of the LULAC Cincinnati Chapter.


Fee: No Cost

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