Chamber’s Lunch & Learn Series continues

By From page A20 | November 04, 2012

Do you want your business to outlive you? If your answer is yes, you’ll want to attend a free workshop Wednesday, Nov. 7, as part of the Davis Chamber of Commerce’s Lunch & Learn Series.

Attorney Matthew Crider of Crider Law PC will present the workshop on business succession planning and steps to take now to protect and preserve your life’s work. Open to Chamber members only, it will run from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Yolo Federal Credit Union, 501 G St. in downtown Davis.

“Even if you just started your business, it is important to begin planning for its future succession or sale,” Crider said in a news release. “During this workshop, participants will learn how to start this planning process as well as how to avoid the five most costly estate planning mistakes, how to activate a business shield and more. Taking these steps now will help create peace of mind as a business owner and secure your family’s future.”

The Davis Chamber’s Lunch & Learn Series is a bring-your-own-lunch event made available only to Chamber members and is an opportunity to learn business skills from experts.

“Based on survey results and conversations with our membership, we know our members want and need more formalized trainings on a wide range of topics,” said Kemble Pope, the Chamber’s executive director. “This workshop as well as others we plan to offer in 2013 will address our members’ needs.”

Space is limited. To register, call the Chamber office at 530-756-5160 or visit www.tinyurl.com/davischamberevent.

Enterprise staff

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