Women Accessing Capital 155:
Averting Disaster When Unexpected Health Crises Strike
Tuesday, Decpember 4 at 12pm ET/ 9am PT
We plan for our business growth but what if a heart attack, a
serious accident, or a life-altering event happens to you or a key
member of your team? Three out of ten of us will be disabled
sometime in our lifetime. What are the likely impacts and how do
you avert devastating consequences?
Our speaker had the proverbial "lightening strike” happen twice,
through health crises to her business partner, then herself. She
navigated both crises--her own during a looming recession.
Through her approach, she was able to keep the business
running and growing. Learn how to protect yourself in the event
that unexpected crisis strikes you and your business.
This webinar will:
• Share the implications of not having a plan, i.e. loss of
business income, credit line, etc. overnight;
• Provide practical strategies to protect your assets, grow
your company and ensure business continuity;
• Discuss the steps to take with your loved ones and
business associates prior to a crisis;
• Inspire you to look for "silver linings” and thrive through
Course Instructor: Janet Amirault, CEO, Software Consortium, is a seasonedexecutive and 20 year veteran of small business. Her knowledgeof business and technology has enabled her company to provideclients with innovative solutions as well as impressive growth.Janet is the winner of the 2012 Maryland Small Business Personof the Year and WIPP AT & T Innovator of the Year awards. Shehas been featured in Inc. Magazine, Washington Post,Washington Business Journal and a cover story in SmartCEO.
This course is open to the general public at no charge.
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