“Nuts and Bolts of Starting Your Own Business” to Assist Budding Entrepreneurs

No-cost professional seminar will offer insight from five business leaders to those looking to start businesses

 Samost JFCS   (www.jfcssnj.org) is proud to announce the Stan Kessler Career and Entrepreneurial Counseling Services seminar, “The Nuts and Bolts of Starting Your Own Business” seminar on May 20, 2013, at 6 PM, inside the Katz JCC building in Cherry Hill, NJ.  The seminar will host a panel of five South Jersey business leaders, and is geared toward educating and guiding those looking to start their own business.

Event Details:

“The Nuts and Bolts of Starting Your Own Business”

May 20, 2013, 7 PM

1301 Springdale Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003

There is no cost to attend this event.

Registration is required by contacting Meredith Seligman at 856-424-1333 or by email: mseligman@jfedsnj.org.

Seasoned business professional will share their knowledge and expertise on topics such as legal decisions, financial ramifications and planning, business development, compensation arrangements, employee benefits, taxes and accounting, and more, as it pertains to new business owners. The no-cost entrepreneurial program will impart strategies that will budding entrepreneurs to develop and cultivate skills, attain vital information, and collect resources needed to launch a successful company. The panel of experts will include the following:

  • Curtis L. Golkow, Esquire, Golkow Business Law, LLC
  • Stanton Meltzer, Managing Partner of Gold Gerstein Group, LLC
  • Scott Soslow, Principal of Summit Creative Financing
  • Steven M. Swartz, Managing Partner of Gold Gerstein Group, LLC
  • Ann Wolf, President of Miller Wolf Associates

About the Program: The entrepreneurial seminars offered through this program are inspired by the late Stan Kessler, an entrepreneur and business leader. Stan Kessler utilized his entrepreneurial ways to create a revolutionary change in the marketplace in the late 1970s by creating one of the first automobile leasing companies in the US, geared to the individual consumer.                                      


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