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September

 
SCORE 5th Annual Women Business Owners Conference
Location:Great Wolf Lodge
12681 Harbor Blvd., Garden Grove 92840
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Date & Time:September 28 2017, Thursday, from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Cost:$79, Includes breakfast, lunch and parking. REGISTRATION DEADLINE 9/26.
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SCORE 5th Annual Women Business Owners Conference

Dare to Stand Out!

$79 price includes breakfast, lunch, and parking.

• A women’s interactive conference for the savvy Entrepreneur
• Learn to market big even when it is just you!
• Educate your employees with new marketing techniques

Keynote speaker Nellie Akalp talks on How to Embrace the “Small” in Small Business.

Nellie and her husband and business partner started their first business in 1997 with $100 and sold it to Intuit eight years later for $20 million. Instead of retiring early they got back into the industry in 2009 with the launch of CorpNet.com. In 2016 Nellie was named Women Business Owner of the Year by NAWBO Ventura County. CorpNet has been recognized on the Inc.5000 list in 2016 and 2017.

Other speakers include:
Liz Goodgold: REDFire Branding
Author, Speaker, & Branding Expert

Lisa T.D. Nguyen: Founder of Senhoa Jewelry
Entrepreneur, TV Host & TED Speaker
Roni Ramos: Founder of Harmony 3 Productions

Social Media Strategist

Exhibit Tables available for $225 attendee included:
• Share your promotional material with 250 attendees
• Women business owners to meet and network

For info please contact Debbie Molino:
Debbie.Molino@score114.org or 714-550-7369

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SCORE 5th Annual Women Business Owners Conference - Exhibitor
Location:Great Wolf Lodge
12681 Harbor Blvd., Garden Grove 92840
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Date & Time:September 28 2017, Thursday, from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Cost:$225, Includes attendee breakfast, lunch and parking. REGISTRATION DEADLINE 9/26.
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Exhibit Tables available for $225 attendee included:

• Share your promotional material with 250 attendees
• Women business owners to meet and network

For info please contact Debbie Molino:
Debbie.Molino@score114.org or 714-550-7369

For more information Click here
 
Intermediate Excel:
    bring your own device and get hands on experience
Location:Clifton C. Miller Community Center
300 Centennial Way, Tustin 92780
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Date & Time:September 28 2017, Thursday, from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Cost:No Cost
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Learn intermediate Excel concepts including cell references from other worksheets, conditional formatting, flash fill, chart generation, pivot tables, and dashboards. This presentation will include demonstrations of Excel 2016 in action.

Why: Why attend this workshop?
Most businesses today have a heavy load of data at their fingertips. The trick is to listen to what the data is telling us. A visual representation, like a chart or a dashboard, can lead us to better data-driven decision-making.

What: What will I learn?
Tips for leveraging the power of Excel 2016 including creating cell references from other worksheets, conditional formatting, flash fill, chart generation, pivot tables, and dashboards.

How: How do I apply this technology in my business?
This presentation will include demonstrations of Excel 2016 in action. The examples were selected to represent business situations and may be of immediate use in your company.

Who should attend?
Owners, financial managers, team members responsible for data analysis.

This workshop is presented by Eddie Bader, Bryan Iinuma, Eric Klauss and Manish Bhardia.

Eddie Bader of Company Built started his technology career at the Disneyland Resort working on their SAP. He currently works with many different industries including nonprofits, healthcare providers, and department of defense contractors. Eddie is client-focused and works to develop solution-based IT recommendations that meet a client's needs.

Brian Iinuma has over 25 years' I/T experience in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), payment processing, and direct marketing. He is the President and co-founder of Strategic Systems Group, Inc. (SSG), a provider of I/T services to small and mid-sized manufacturing and distribution companies.

Eric Klauss has over 25 years experience selling, consulting and recommending Technology solutions as a customer, consultant and salesperson in the industry. Today he provides his expertise to PartnerSource Solutions customers, where he is a Partner. Eric also currently serves President of the Southern California chapter of International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners.

Manish Bhardia has over 17 years of experience in technical architecture, project management, business process consulting, solutions development and service delivery. He has deployed server architecture for the Port Of Los Angeles, Titan AM, and Hyundai of North America. Manish is a member of the Board for International Association of Microsoft Partners and the Microsoft Community Connection team.

(Registration/Check-in 1:00 to 1:30 PM)
 
Computer & Network Security; Protection & Maintenance
Location:Laguna Niguel City Hall
30111 Crown Valley Parkway, Community Room, Laguna Niguel 92677
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Date & Time:September 28 2017, Thursday, from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Cost:No Cost
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Check in at 5:30. A light Dinner will be provided to the first 50 to arrive.

The FBI says there are two kinds of companies; those that have been hacked and those that don’t know they have been hacked. Security is crucial to protecting your business and your investments. Learn how to never pay ransomware, never lose any data, and how to protect your and your employees’ computers from many dangers.

There will be ample Q&A time to address your important questions.

Dave Seibert presents this workshop. Dave is an IT expert with over 30 years of experience presents this workshop. His passion is business and technology. He has received over 25 awards & accreditations including Top 150 SMB IT influencer in the world, Top 10 U.S. Managed Service Providers, Top 250 U.S. MSP Experts, Top 100 Channel Influencers, Microsoft Partner of the Year finalist, and Microsoft IT Pro Expert MVP. Dave is an author, industry speaker and a thought leader. He is also the CIO for IT Innovators, a business technology company serving California for over 20 years.

(Registration/Check-in 5:30 to 6:00 PM)
 
 
  
October

 
Hiring Made Easy
Location:National University
3390 Harbor Blvd, Costa Mesa 92626
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Date & Time:October 3 2017, Tuesday, from 9:00 AM to Noon
Cost:No Cost
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Hiring the right person is the key to success to any business. In a recent study it was estimated that it costs over $65,000 to hire one 25K level employee. With that much money at stake you can’t afford to be wrong. Two of the Top Five reasons for a business to fail directly relate to interviewing and hiring properly. The majority of businesses large and small do less than a decent job in hiring which ends up costing their businesses loss of sales, upset customers and creating internal frustrations as well as potential lawsuits. You will leave this workshop with far more confidence in how to find, interview, hire, motivate, compensate and avoid or prevent lawsuits. Doing it wrong can cost you tens of thousands of dollars. You will learn how to do it right and recruit & keep the best staff members.

Subjects covered:

• What Are You Looking For?
• Creating Job Descriptions & Ads
• Resumes
• Finding The Applicants
• Questions To Ask
• Interview Stoppers
• Testing
• References
• Making An Offer
• Motivating Employees
• Terminations

Barry McKinley of SCORE presents this workshop. He has operated 10 different companies in 5 different industries (Medical, Surf, Motorsports, Insurance and Personnel). He either started or purchased each of these businesses. He later sold each of the companies to investors, employees, competitors including a Fortune 1000 Company. In his career he has interviewed and hired 1000’s of employees for his many different companies. With this much experience he has made every hiring mistake that can be made (some twice). As a SCORE Member he has participated in over 2,000 face to face sessions with business owners and twice that number via cyber counseling.

(Registration/Check-in 8:30 to 9:00 AM)
 
Protect Your Business from Cyber-threats
Location:Mission Viejo City Hall
200 Civic Center, Saddleback Room, Mission Viejo 92691
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Date & Time:October 11 2017, Wednesday, from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Cost:$35 pre-register online; $45 at the door (cash or check only)
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In this workshop, we will focus on some of the best practices that will help keep you safe from cyber-threats including: data protection, malware prevention, web-browsing, and overall cybersecurity readiness.

We will cover the following:
• Password maintenance
• Proper backup procedures
• Antivirus maintenance, VPNs and protected browsers
• Operating system maintenance
• Multifactor Authentication (MFA) and Advanced Threat Protection (ATP)

Eddie Bader, Eric Klauss, Manish Bhardia & Brian Linuma present this workshop.

Eddie Bader of Company Built started his technology career at the Disneyland Resort working on their SAP. He currently works with many different industries including nonprofits, healthcare providers, and department of defense contractors. Eddie is client-focused and works to develop solution-based IT recommendations that meet a client's needs.

Eric Klauss has over 25 years experience selling, consulting and recommending Technology solutions as a customer, consultant and salesperson in the industry. Today he provides his expertise to PartnerSource Solutions customers, where he is a Partner. Eric also currently serves President of the Southern California chapter of International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners.

Manish Bhardia has over 17 years of experience in technical architecture, project management, business process consulting, solutions development and service delivery. He has deployed server architecture for the Port Of Los Angeles, Titan AM, and Hyundai of North America. Manish is a member of the Board for International Association of Microsoft Partners and the Microsoft Community Connection team.

Brian Linuma has over 25 years' I/T experience in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), payment processing, and direct marketing. He is the President and co-founder of Strategic Systems Group, Inc. (SSG), a provider of I/T services to small and mid-sized manufacturing and distribution companies. SSG's core competence is the implementation and support of ERP applications including Infor LN, Microsoft Dynamics, and SYSPRO. Mr. Linuma is active in the Southern California chapter of International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP - SoCal) and the Microsoft Community Connections Program (MCC). Mr. Linuma holds B.S. and MBA degrees from the University of California, Los Angeles.

(Registration/Check-in 1:00 to 1:30 PM)
 
The Secrets To Buying A Franchise
Location:Laguna Woods City Hall
24264 El Toro Rd., Council Chambers, Laguna Woods 92637
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Date & Time:October 12 2017, Thursday, from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Cost:No Cost
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You will learn how to evaluate starting a franchise vs. an independent business vs. buying an existing business; the best types of franchises to open in today’s economy; the myths about franchising; the costs to start a franchise; how to research a franchise to make sure it’s the right choice; how to decide which franchises are best for you; what mistakes to avoid when choosing and researching a franchise; negotiation issues; California laws & common issues; legal documents, e.g. disclosure document and franchise agreement.

Craig Wells and Richard Usher present this workshop.

Craig Wells is a Franchise Specialist with FranNet of Southern California. FranNet just celebrated its 30th anniversary and is one of the oldest franchise consulting firms in America. Before becoming an entrepreneur, Craig spent 14 years in shopping center management. From the landlord’s perspective, he watched thousands of businesses thrive, while hundreds of others failed. Interestingly enough, the most successful belonged to chains or franchise systems. In 1985 he started developing his first business—a 1-hour photo lab. As the chain expanded, Craig purchased his first franchise, a MAACO Auto Painting shop in 1991.

In 1995, Craig and his wife sold their MAACO franchise and chain of successful 1-hour photo stores and stepped into your shoes. They were nervous about finding their next business adventure, but they knew they wanted it to be another franchise. That was when they scheduled a free business consultation in the Orange County FranNet office. After the franchise expert evaluated their skills, he introduced the Wells to an opportunity he felt best suited their strengths and goals. Since then, and for the next 21 years, Craig was the President and CEO of Cash Plus, Inc., a national franchise company in the retail financial services industry. During that time as a franchisor, Craig continued working with FranNet’s international network of consultants who referred qualified franchisee candidates to expand his franchise and build their futures.

At today’s workshop, you can draw from Craig’s 32 years as a small business owner, franchisee and franchisor to help you organize the correct puzzle pieces into the one picture that can make your future dreams a reality.

Richard Usher is an attorney and business adviser with over 30 years of varied experience. He focuses his practice on business transactions for entrepreneurs and franchisees. His work includes mergers and acquisitions, real estate transactions, structuring business entities, advising franchisees, counseling on employment issues, and negotiating and preparing contracts, leases and licenses. He is known for providing pragmatic and understandable advice on complex issues and realistic solutions with a bottom-line orientation. He also acts as outside General Counsel to several businesses.

(Registration/Check-in 5:30 to 6:00 PM)
 
5 Ways Business Continuity Plans Increase Profitability
Location:National University
3390 Harbor Blvd, Costa Mesa 92626
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Date & Time:October 18 2017, Wednesday, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Cost:$35 pre-register online; $45 at the door (cash or check only)
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Many companies view cybersecurity as a form of protection, a type of defence, from would-be threats to their business and business data. While this is true, many of the solutions used to protect your business can be incorporated in a business continuity plan that allows your company to go on the offensive and increase revenues or reduce costs.

The five major topics that we will discuss in this workshop are how a well thought out and executed business continuity plan can:

• Lower your insurance premiums
• Leverage process engineering
• Enable the business to scale and grow by using systems
• Help your business become a more competitive supplier
• Enhance your brand in the community

Eddie Bader, Eric Klauss, Manish Bhardia & Brian Linuma present this workshop.

Eddie Bader of Company Built started his technology career at the Disneyland Resort working on their SAP. He currently works with many different industries including nonprofits, healthcare providers, and department of defense contractors. Eddie is client-focused and works to develop solution-based IT recommendations that meet a client's needs.

Eric Klauss has over 25 years experience selling, consulting and recommending Technology solutions as a customer, consultant and salesperson in the industry. Today he provides his expertise to PartnerSource Solutions customers, where he is a Partner. Eric also currently serves President of the Southern California chapter of International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners.

Manish Bhardia has over 17 years of experience in technical architecture, project management, business process consulting, solutions development and service delivery. He has deployed server architecture for the Port Of Los Angeles, Titan AM, and Hyundai of North America. Manish is a member of the Board for International Association of Microsoft Partners and the Microsoft Community Connection team.

Brian Linuma has over 25 years' I/T experience in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), payment processing, and direct marketing. He is the President and co-founder of Strategic Systems Group, Inc. (SSG), a provider of I/T services to small and mid-sized manufacturing and distribution companies. SSG's core competence is the implementation and support of ERP applications including Infor LN, Microsoft Dynamics, and SYSPRO. Mr. Linuma is active in the Southern California chapter of International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP - SoCal) and the Microsoft Community Connections Program (MCC). Mr. Linuma holds B.S. and MBA degrees from the University of California, Los Angeles.

(Registration/Check-in 5:30 to 6:00 PM)
 
Avoiding Employment Related Litigation
Location:Fullerton Public Library
353 W Commonwealth Ave, Fullerton 92832
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Date & Time:October 26 2017, Thursday, from 10:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Cost:No Cost
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DON'T MISS THIS WORKSHOP!! Here's your chance to get input regarding your business legal employment questions without paying an arm and a leg.

This workshop covers the potential pitfalls of employment issues and how these mistakes can lead to costly litigation. Topics include the hiring process & avoiding discrimination; employee handbooks; wage and hour issues [including overtime and meal & rest breaks]; handling internal complaints; discipline & performance reviews; independent contractor vs. employee; and wrongful termination.

This workshop is presented by Allyson K. Thompson of Kring & Chung, Attorneys LLP. Allyson holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Hawaii and a JD from Lincoln Law in Sacramento. Areas of expertise are employment and labour law, including sexual harassment, discrimination, and wage and hour litigation. Allyson advises employers on how to avoid employment related litigation and has lectured on issues such as effective strategy in preparing employee handbooks and company policies, legislative changes to State and Federal labor laws and prevention of sexual harassment in the workplace. She is an active member of the Society of Human Resources Management ("SHRM") and is currently serving as the Advocacy Captain for the 48th Congressional District on behalf of SHRM. Allyson currently serves as the Vice President of the Orange County Women Lawyers Association.

(Registration/Check-in 10:00 to 10:30 AM)
 
 
  
November

 
How to Create and Use Excel Sheets & Dashboard in Excel
Location:Microsoft Store - South Coast Plaza
3333 Bristol St., #1249 (at the theater), Costa Mesa 92626
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Date & Time:November 1 2017, Wednesday, from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Cost:No Cost
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Registration will be from 6:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Workshop & presentation: From 6:30 to 7:30
Networking & raffle Prizes: From 7:30 to 8:30

Presented by Vazi Okhandiar. Vasi is a consultant, trainer and entrepreneur, has over 20 years of software development and 15 years of teaching experience. Previously, she has worked for Fortune 100 companies including Toyota, Hewlett Packard and Computer Science Corporation. Vazi holds B.S. in Electrical Engineering and MBA from the University of California, Irvine and M.S. in Computer Science from Illinois Institute of Technology. She is Microsoft Certified Trainer, Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a member of International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Leadership Committee. She provides her expertise as a SCORE Mentor to business clients in Southern California.

Time for networking, prepare your business cards, 30 second pitch…

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Avoiding Employment Related Litigation
Location:National University
3390 Harbor Blvd, Costa Mesa 92626
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Date & Time:November 7 2017, Tuesday, from 9:00 AM to Noon
Cost:$35 pre-register online; $45 at the door (cash or check only)
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DON'T MISS THIS WORKSHOP!! Here's your chance to get input regarding your business legal employment questions without paying an arm and a leg.

This workshop covers the potential pitfalls of employment issues and how these mistakes can lead to costly litigation. Topics include the hiring process & avoiding discrimination; employee handbooks; wage and hour issues [including overtime and meal & rest breaks]; handling internal complaints; discipline & performance reviews; independent contractor vs. employee; and wrongful termination.

This workshop is presented by Allyson K. Thompson of Kring & Chung, Attorneys LLP. Allyson holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Hawaii and a JD from Lincoln Law in Sacramento. Areas of expertise are employment and labour law, including sexual harassment, discrimination, and wage and hour litigation. Allyson advises employers on how to avoid employment related litigation and has lectured on issues such as effective strategy in preparing employee handbooks and company policies, legislative changes to State and Federal labor laws and prevention of sexual harassment in the workplace. She is an active member of the Society of Human Resources Management ("SHRM") and is currently serving as the Advocacy Captain for the 48th Congressional District on behalf of SHRM. Allyson currently serves as the Vice President of the Orange County Women Lawyers Association.

(Registration/Check-in 8:30 to 9:00 AM)
 
The Best Customer Service...How To...The Basics
Location:La Habra Community Center
101 W La Habra Blvd, El Camino Room, La Habra 90631
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Date & Time:November 8 2017, Wednesday, from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Cost:No Cost
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This is a very interactive, high energy workshop that focuses on the simple fact that if the employers treat their people right - hire the right people, train them right, reward them right, hold them accountable, etc. - then their people will always go the extra distance for the customer and their employer. The premise is very simple: Treat people how you want to be treated as a way of life. By taking that simple basic concept and expanding it into specific behaviors and key focus areas, any business or person can and will improve their financial and personal success. If you always do what you've always done...you'll always get what you've always gotten. Want to get a different result? Then it's time to do something different.

The presenter of this workshop is Dan Quinn, Director of Corporate Relations, Easter Seals Southern California. The key elements that he brings to every presentation are his experience and passion. With an entire career spent in the field of hands-on retail, he is able to relate to associates at all levels because "I've been there" doing what they do. He has over 30 years of customer service and training experience, making dynamic, hands-on, innovative training happen at all levels from one-on one mentoring to corporate presentations. He delivers workshops that people come away from saying things like: "I can do that", "That's the kind of Leader I want to be", "That was the best meeting I've ever attended"! Then they create a different, winning experience for their associates and their customers.

(Registration/Check-in 5:00 to 5:30 PM)
 
Disaster Recovery
Location:Microsoft Store - Mission Viejo
The Shops At Mission Viejo, #578, 2nd Floor (at the theater), Mission Viejo 92691
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Date & Time:November 8 2017, Wednesday, from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Cost:No Cost
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Registration will be from 6:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Workshop & presentation: From 6:30 to 7:30
Networking & raffle Prizes: From 7:30 to 8:30

Presented by Eric Klauss of SCORE. Eric has over 25 years experience selling, consulting and recommending Technology solutions as a customer, consultant and salesperson in the industry. Today he provides his expertise to PartnerSource Solutions customers, where he is a Partner. Eric also currently serves President of the Southern California chapter of International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners.

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Demystifying the Commercial Leasing Process
Location:Yorba Linda Public Library
18181 Imperial Highway, Yorba Linda 92886
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Date & Time:November 9 2017, Thursday, from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Cost:No Cost
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Commercial building owners & their agents each have a strong background in negotiating leases, which most commercial tenants lack. This course can help equalize the situation by showing you what to do and how to proceed when you find an office, industrial or retail space to lease. Leasing commercial property is not overly complex, but it does take knowledge and skill. Whether you are planning to lease a commercial property on your own or use the services of a qualified broker, this seminar is designed to take you through the steps of the process and by doing so level the playing field.

Heather Francine, Vice President of Sperry Commercial in Irvine, CA. presents this workshop. She specializes in commercial leasing in Orange County as well as northern San Diego County. Heather is passionate about developing and maintaining strong, client relationships while representing the business owners in her community. Her real estate career began 18 years ago and she continues to enjoy the diversity of the industry. For several years, Heather was on the development team at Integrity Commercial Brokerage, charged with the responsibility of strengthening client relationships and networking. Both of these areas have contributed to the exceptional reputation that Heather continues to experience in the brokerage community.

Heather is a member of ICSC (International Council of Shopping Centers) and was a candidate for the John T. Riordan Scholarship for Professional Development in 2009. From 2010-2012 Heather and her business partner have been retained by the city of Yorba Linda to assist with Economic Development and Marketing for the city – working to attract, retain and expand business for the City. She is also a chapter member of Greater Southern California CCIM.

(Registration/Check-in 5:30 to 6:00 PM)
 
The Secrets To Buying A Franchise
Location:Chapman University
549 W. Palm, Orange 92868
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Date & Time:November 13 2017, Monday, from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Cost:No cost workshop; fee for parking.
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You will learn how to evaluate starting a franchise vs. an independent business vs. buying an existing business; the best types of franchises to open in today’s economy; the myths about franchising; the costs to start a franchise; how to research a franchise to make sure it’s the right choice; how to decide which franchises are best for you; what mistakes to avoid when choosing and researching a franchise; negotiation issues; California laws & common issues; legal documents, e.g. disclosure document and franchise agreement.

Craig Wells presents this workshop. Craig is a Franchise Specialist with FranNet of Southern California. FranNet just celebrated its 30th anniversary and is one of the oldest franchise consulting firms in America. Before becoming an entrepreneur, Craig spent 14 years in shopping center management. From the landlord’s perspective, he watched thousands of businesses thrive, while hundreds of others failed. Interestingly enough, the most successful belonged to chains or franchise systems. In 1985 he started developing his first business—a 1-hour photo lab. As the chain expanded, Craig purchased his first franchise, a MAACO Auto Painting shop in 1991.

In 1995, Craig and his wife sold their MAACO franchise and chain of successful 1-hour photo stores and stepped into your shoes. They were nervous about finding their next business adventure, but they knew they wanted it to be another franchise. That was when they scheduled a free business consultation in the Orange County FranNet office. After the franchise expert evaluated their skills, he introduced the Wells to an opportunity he felt best suited their strengths and goals. Since then, and for the next 21 years, Craig was the President and CEO of Cash Plus, Inc., a national franchise company in the retail financial services industry. During that time as a franchisor, Craig continued working with FranNet’s international network of consultants who referred qualified franchisee candidates to expand his franchise and build their futures.

At today’s workshop, you can draw from Craig’s 32 years as a small business owner, franchisee and franchisor to help you organize the correct puzzle pieces into the one picture that can make your future dreams a reality.

(Registration/Check-in 5:30 to 6:00 PM)
 
 
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