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Franchise Capital Exchange (FCX) is the only event of its kind where franchisors present their business opportunities to potential investors in an effort to secure capital to fuel their future. Now in its 3rd year, Franchise Capital Exchange is THE venue for capital investors and franchise companies to meet, network and exchange information with the end goal of placing equity.
Join Deb Evans and Jack Monson as they talk to FCX Founder Susan Black-Beth (also COO Super Wash Franchise).
What makes your Mortgage illegal?
What should we use in court Law or equity?
Just what is contract law?
What is the meaning of private and public?
What are the mechanics behind eliminating debt?
What are courts and judges?
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CONSORTIUM ON SCHOOL NETWORKING: C.O.S.N.
ReThinking Educational Equity in a Digital Age
COSN's Keith Krueger with special guests: Idaho's Marcia Beckman & Meliisa Tebbenkamp, Director of Instructional Technology at Raytown (MO)School District
Presented by LIGHTSPEED SYSTEMS www.lightspeedsystems.com @ lightspeedsys
What is the hidden information behind the Birth Certificate ?
How was treason committed against the people?
How does the Crown and Vatican fit in ?
What is the truth behind Trust and Equity ?
What is the hidden information behind the U.S. Government ?
What is the truth behind the function of the U.S. Agencies ?
What are the actions and steps we need to take today ?
With the large number of new startups emerging and looking for talent, a trend has been to offer mostly equity instead of salary. We are joined by Chris Madeira of Equitylancer.com. Chris and I discuss:
Why equity opportunities may be attractive to senior and junior level employees/partners
What are the pitfalls of hiring people to work for equity
What are the pitfalls of working for equity
How to find people willing to work for equity
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In the third of eight segments in the 4th Annual Franchise Legal Series the focus is on Private Equity in Franchising. Amy Cheng, co-founder of Cheng Cohen LLC joins host, Paul Segreto to provide her insight and perspective about private equity and its role in franchising today.
About Our Guest
Amy Cheng is the co-founder of Cheng Cohen LLC in Chicago, Illinois. Amy concentrates her practice in domestic and international commercial transactions, general corporate, and franchise, licensing and distribution law. She represents franchisors on the structuring and operation of their franchise programs through all phases of development. She also represents non-U.S. based franchisors expanding into the U.S. market. Amy has extensive experience in structuring and drafting agreements for complex franchise, licensing and distribution relationships and in regulatory compliance. Her experience includes advising clients in connection with complex issues arising from the ownership of multiple brands, non-traditional opportunities, system restructuring and brand acquisition. Amy also advises clients on the structuring of non-franchised distribution systems.
Amy is a current member of the International Franchise Association Women's Franchise Committee and she is also the Vice Chair of the International Franchise Association’s Annual Legal Symposium. She is an Associate Editor for the American Bar Association’s Franchise Law Journal. Amy also serves as a member of the Franchise Advisory Board for the Illinois Attorney General. For her work in this area, Amy was named a "Legal Eagle" by the Franchise Times, recognized by Who's Who Legal, Leading Lawyers, and Chambers and Partners, and selected by her peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers of America® in the field of franchise law.
Join Kevin Hunter, David Ford, Jeff O'Brien, and Allyson Lindstrom on The Business Forum Show. Airing weekly, Monday thru Friday at 6pm,
On today's show, Kevin Hunter and Jeff O'Brien will discuss the legal issues involved in raising equity in business, what's involved in a public offering, and how securities regulations impact your ability to raise funds for business. In the second half, we discuss crowd funding, how it works, and recent changes in the rules.
Have you discovered the keys to your success in business? Unfortunately, most business people haven't figured out what they need to do to increase their odds of success. This explains why 40% of the 1,000,000 people who start a business venture each year end of failing in the first 12 months. 80% end up failing before 5 years, and 96% never see a 10 year anniversary in business. Would you start a business if you knew your chances of success were only 4%?
Keys to Success in Business
1. Have Clear, Written, Goals and Objectives.
2. Have a solid Strategic Plan - the "How to accomplish your goals"
3. Step outside your Comfort Zone
4. Get an outside influence involved in your business.
The keys or steps outlined above sound simple, but establishing them and getting it right is not. Join us each week day as we talk about all the issues and challenges business people face, and how you can effectively implement and use the four keys to give you a 75-80% chance of success in anything you do.
Have questions or comments? Visit our website at www.thebusinessforumshow.com or call our studio at (763) 267-7260 today.
1.Who stole your credit?
2.Get rid of property taxes !
3.The birth certificate and beyond !
4.What is the Comprehensive Annual Financial report?
5.How do we use our credit?
6.What is the financial solution?
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Funding is always a crucial factor to every start-up project. Since the most valuable currency in the startup word is equity, more and more startups consider alternative, equity free, funding mechanisms: crowd funding, peer to peer lending, startup loans and - last but not least - government grants.
Keep Your Dream Alive host Placida Acheru's date for this episode is no less than with a remarkable lady whose most recent venture has been in helping tech start-ups in the UK secure government funding equity free. She is Paulina Sygulska Tenner. The conversation will cover:
• A perspective on the London and UK startup scene;
• An insight into types of UK Government funding available for innovating companies;
• Finding the inspiration and the passion to perservere even if starting a business from scratch, and many more.
Paulina is a serial entrepreneur, an aspiring geek and a networking junkie. Her most recent venture, GrantTree, is going from strength to strength helping top tech startups in the UK (Stack Exchange, Duedil, Go Cardless) secure government funding for R&D, equity free. After hours, she likes to indulge in a bit of burlesque.
Facebook Page: Grant Tree
1.What is credit?
2.What should we say in court ?
3.Just how do we win in court?
4.What roll does contract law play?
5.What happened to the real money?
6.What are banks?
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