So the pandemic has hit, and with it a slew of challenges and policies that can directly help or harm your small business. This webinar, originally recorded on April 22, 2020, updates you on government programs and laws regarding entrepreneurship and the coronavirus pandemic, but also provides advice as to how to leverage the moment for entrepreneurial growth. We detail PPP, EIDL, State programs, Tax Credits and Unemployment Options, and answer key questions, including:
Which should you use? Which should you prepare for?
What strategies are working? Which approaches are mutually-exclusive?
What can you do now to be ready to hire, close new sales, and grow?
What questions and challenges do you have, that no one’s answered yet?
The Entrepreneur’s Advisory Team returns with a look at the Covid-19 landscape for your kind of business.
Meyer Business Law is dedicated to the legal needs of entrepreneurs and the businesses they run. Jason Meyer focuses on what new grant and loan programs are available for entrepreneurial SMBs (including solos and consultancies), and also addresses other legal implications of the pandemic, including structuring your business and contracts for disasters and interruptions.
Ayesha Hamilton focuses her practice on employment law. Ayesha talks about all the new laws and regulations affecting employers and employees (sick leave, payroll relief, etc.), and how they specifically affect small businesses, independent contractors, consultancies and owner-operators.
Alisa McCabe’s company provides virtual bookkeeping and accounting services for small businesses. Alisa adds thoughts from her perspective and experience, and moderate the discussion.
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