Legal Aspects of Starting a Business

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Chinatown Manpower Project’s Business Outreach Center in partnership with The Legal Aid Society will host a free seminar “Legal Aspects of Starting a New Business” to help entrepreneurs start and run a successful business.

Date:        Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Time:        6 PM to 8 PM
Location:   70 Mulberry St, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10013.

This seminar will cover business planning, legal entities, licenses and permits, and partnering issues. Guest speakers include Rolando Gonzalez, Staff Attorney of The Legal Aid Society, and Eunice Rho, Volunteer Attorney of The Legal Aid Society.

Seminar will be conducted in English with Chinese interpretation. Seating is limited, so please register today and call 212-571-1698 ext.234 or 203, or email at bocinfo@cmpny.org.

Chinatown Manpower Project is a private, not-for-profit organization founded in 1972 to provide employment services, educational programs and economic development services to the immigrant and refugee community in New York City. Its Business Outreach Center (BOC), founded in1992, is committed to providing free business consulting and capacity building to start-ups and existing small businesses through technical assistance, counseling, training and referral services.

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