Sunday, March 2, 2014

Basic Legal Strategies in Business (March 20, 2014)

Starting up a small business, you'll have to face a lot of hardships dealing with paper works and registrations. One has to be aware of the laws that support business and entrepreneurship. This is necessary because you can use these laws to protect yourself and your business, improve your organization as well as manage business risks.



Join this 3-hour course on the Basic Legal Strategies for Business on Thursday, March 20, 2014, from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm at the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf Bar, Tuscany Estates, Upper McKinley Road, McKinley Hill, Taguig, Metro Manila and learn about the procedures in complying with legal requirements in setting up a business.


Objectives
1. Enable the participants to understand the fundamental legal requirements in starting a business.
2. Help the participants decide on the best type of business ownership.
3. Educate the participants of their rights as business applicants.
4. Teach participants on how to use the laws to expedite and fast track business applications and other transactions.
5. Help participants identify redress options in case of legal violations by government frontline services.



Who Should Participate
1. People thinking of starting a business
2. Existing business owners
3. Home-based entrepreneurs
4. Mompreneurs
5. Technopreneurs
6. Managers
7. Business teachers and students



Key Topics

I. Overview

II. Forms of business ownership and their advantages and disadvantages (single proprietorship, partnership, corporation)

III. Step-by-step procedure in filing business applications with appropriate government agencies

IV. Highlights of Republic Act 9485 or the Anti-Red Tape Act (ARTA) of 2007

V. Complaint procedures in case of violations

VI. Preparing a letter of complaint

VII. Securing services of lawyers if necessary

About the Speaker:
Dandy Victa is an Australian Aid (AusAid) scholar on entrepreneurship and innovation at Swinburne University of Technology in Melboure, Victoria, Australia. He has also completed academic requirements in Public Administration at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines and has solid and extensive experience as a bureaucrat and technocrat. Moreover, he has co-founded several social enterprise organizations working for persons with disabilities.



Learning Fee:
Early Bird Rate: Php 1,200 (Paid by March 1, 2014)
Regular Rate: Php 1,500 (Starts on March 2, 2014)
Group Rate: Php 3,000 (Group of 3 participants)
* Limited seats only (25 participants)
* Pay via BPI, Unionbank or Paypal


Register using this form now.

14 comments:

Rochkirstin Santos said...

This workshop will be really helpful for those who are interested to start up their own businesses. Especially these days when the unemployment rate is very high, there may be a lot of people who would rather put up their own biz instead of working for another company.

Kung Phoo said...

Workshops like these are great.. The legal aspect of business is so confusing to me.

Sara-Jayne Jones said...

This looks like a great opportunity for people to learn the basics! I wish they had more workshops like these in the UK!

Susan@Organized31 said...

Looks like all the important information that a business owner would need is included. Sounds like a great resource.

Janelle J said...

This sounds like a great workshop! Too bad I'm not in the area to attend!

Fernando Lachica said...

This is the best way to know about business and could acquire such knowledge. Right now, I'm quite busy for a project and financially unstable.

Gil Camporazo said...

This is beneficial for the new created business entrepreneurship. This could be of great help to them.

Franc said...

Structuring the business the right way could really save you a lot in administrative costs.

Amy said...

Wow, I wish I knew about this earlier. Starting up a business, this sounds like an event that I could use.

The Jellyfish said...

Funny that I should come across this at a point in time when I'm struggling to make head or tails of my legal papers. Lol. Unfortunately I'm not in Manila right now and will not be able to attend this

che said...

I think everybody not only businessmen has to attend this seminar.It is very important to know the legalities of the business they're running.

Claire Rafols said...

I think this is a good start for those who are planning to build business of their own.

Janine Daquio said...

whoah! a summer class? This is really helpful for people who are starting their businesses. Knowledge is power.

ralph said...

this is a good workshop... people should also update themselves with the legal matters especially when engaging in business. Yahweh bless.