Tuesday, March 29, 2011

You're in Big Trouble, Mister


Think Big Partners presents: Launch & Learn -- Legal Issues for Startups

We could all use a little legal advice...especially when starting up a new business.  If you're looking for some answers to your legal questions, check out our Launch & Learn educational seminar Legal Issues for Startups - Don't Let Your Legal Bills Swallow Your Company with Think Big Partners co-founder, Tyler Prochnow.

Participants can expect to:
  • Learn factual information and practical knowledge from leading legal professionals with startup, entrepreneurial and investment experience
  • Be involved in the exchange of ideas and a discussion of legal issues faced by entrepreneur
  • Gain knowledge to do the things right from the start that will help you save thousands of dollars in professional service fees and potentially millions more from potential legal disputes
Join Tyler at bizperc (1800 Baltimore, KC, MO) from 11:30 AM until 1:00 PM on Thursday, March 31st and learn all about startup legal issues.  Cost is $45 and lunch is provided.  It's what every aspiring entrepreneur needs.  Hope to see you there! 

Register now!

About the Presenter: Tyler Prochnow's business career has taken a unique and diverse path to success. From the halls of government in Washington DC, to the sidelines of America's sporting landscape to the high tech world of software, Tyler's career has been defined by significant and varied business interests around the country. Prochnow began a successful law practice with Patton Boggs, LP in Denver then became an associate with the Lathrop & Gage law firm, specializing in marketing and advertising law. As a serial entrepreneur, Prochnow has become partner in many companies including Golden Peak Sports, Connexsus, LLC and ACS Properties, LLC. Since 2008, Prochnow has been a partner and co-founder of Think Big Partners, providing the company's clients with insight, consulting and advice on the difficult legal and business issues facing entrepreneurs today. With a legal background and as the founder and operator of multiple business ventures, Prochnow draws upon his own personal experiences to assist TBP clients through the difficult stages of their business lifecycle.

Written by Allison Way

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