Livonia, Michigan (PressExposure) April 14, 2009 -- The Michigan-based small business consultant company, Grow Small Business, held its first Small Business workshop last month at the Southfield Westin Hotel.
The workshopâs theme, Small Business âBailout,â attracted attendees from all parts of the tri-county region. The audience of small business owners and entrepreneurs was delighted and encouraged to learn that there are legal and financial resources available to them.
The âBailoutâ workshop planners, Dennis Nazelli and Emily Holt, arranged for experts in the fields of legal and financial affairs. The Program Manager for Womenâs Business Center, Kathi Boyle, represented the Center for Empowerment & Economic Development (CEED). Director Earl Carruthers represented his company, Graceful Financial Solutions; and, Business Loan Officer, Derek Thornton, spoke on behalf of CharterOne Bank, the largest lender of business loans in the state of Michigan.
Emily Holt, a successful owner of her own insurance agency for 20 years, used all of her time slot to explain the many benefits of the Pre-Paid Legal Services program that protects entire families from law suits, IRS issues, Identity Theft restoration services, writing a will, contract review, foreclosures, speeding tickets, landlord/tenant issues, owning a small business, and many more issues that would normally cost a fortune if handled by an attorney from the âyellow pages.â Ms. Holt received a resounding applause when she announced that the Pre-Paid Legal membership program only cost $1.17 a day.
The second presentation of legal resources was given by Dennis Nazelli and it centered on the explanation of the business legal plans offered by GoSmallBiz.com. Mr. Nazelli illuminated the unique and reasonably-priced coverage of the GoSmallBiz.com plan. It covers legal and business consultation, legal and business correspondence, legal forms, debt collection, IRS tax issues representation, contract and document review, trial defense representation, internet marketing, construction of your business website to name just the planâs major elements.
The incredulous audience was amazed to learn that their cost for these two resources combined for under $2.00 a day. Nazelli reminded the audience that together these two legal plans will protect you, your family and your business.
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