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On April 12, 2021, Framingham’s Planning and Community Development Office is hosting a small business workshop. I, along with others, will be discussing how we can assist your business. My focus will be on why you need a lawyer on day-to-day issues, disputes with clients, and whether your business is ready for the future. Here is a full description along with links to sign up:

Framingham small businesses – we were thrilled to have you register for our first Small Business Workshop back in January and now we have another opportunity for you! Click here to register for this free virtual workshop on Monday, April 12, 2021 at 6:30pm:

Hear from members of the Framingham Taking Care of Business BNI as they share their expertise to help you and your small business. You'll have a chance to learn what your bank should be doing for you, how a lawyer could help with negotiating contracts, what's happening in the local real estate market, how to protect your assets, and how your business should be handling accounting, bookkeeping, and payroll.

The conversation may lead you to think - do you know your business metrics and how they impact the overall performance of your business? Do you have a succession plan? What is the trajectory of your business?

There will be at Q&A session for the last 30-minutes.

The Framingham Chapter of Business Networking International (BNI) is referred to as Taking Care of Business (TCOB) and consists of 49 members and counting. BNI is the world's leading business referral organization with over 275,000 members in over 10,000 BNI chapters worldwide. The Framingham TCOB members range in expertise from marketing, finance, legal, health/wellness, construction, consulting, real estate, and more.

You'll get a chance to hear from Framingham TCOB members:

· Jana Abramson, Northern Bank - business banker

· Jeremy Bombard, Bombard Law - business lawyer

· Tom Charbonnier, Paresky Flitt - accounting

· Matt Kaplan, Solex Payroll - payroll and human capital management

· Brian Kilcoyne, H&K Insurance - commercial insurance

· Casey Killam, Re/Max Executive Realty - commercial real estate

· Michelle Teitelman, Accounting Solutions Providers (bookkeeping)

Learn more about Framingham Taking Care of Business at their website:

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