Divorce and Business Don’t Mix

divorceI spent the afternoon reading through articles on divorce impacts on small business as part of planning for our CEO Law Forum event in March.  I have to say, if you are a business owner – a substantial risk to your biggest asset, your business, is having the unfortunate fate of divorce.  In almost every story I found, the high likelihood of business and personal bankruptcy, complete business loss, or worse, spousal take-over of a business happens…more than we would like to know, and let’s face it, when you are getting married are you really going to approach your future spouse for a prenuptial agreement and will it even hold water – you may not make it to the alter after asking for one, but what exactly are your risk?  You should know!  What if you have been married for 5, 10, 15, even 20 years and built a business together, was it pre-decided what the succession plan would be in the event of the divorce or was it just considered someone would get half, and then everyone ends up with zero?

If you are married and in business or getting married and have a business, you have to know the risk to the business in the event of a divorce.  Join us on March 21 for our CEO Law Forum at FGCU Cohen Center from 8-1 and learn more about protecting your business in the event of a divorce, plus get one-on-one time with one of the several business attorneys that day.  Continental breakfast and a hot lunch provided.  register online at https://clients.floridasbdc.org/workshop.aspx?ekey=900350027

 

Event sponsored by Pavese Law Firm

Future Franchisees Met “The Zor’s”

Today’s Franchise Fair and Expo was a great success.  35+ attendees learned about different types of franchises, how to determine if franchising was right for them, financing options, and much more.  The Florida SBDC thanks Frannet and the other franchisors who helped educated potential future franchise owners of tomorrow.

 

Business Insights: Facebook Advertising & Relevance Score

Relevance Scores for Ads on Facebook

On Facebook, we try to show people the ads that are most pertinent to them. That’s why we’ve always used relevance as a factor in determining how we deliver ads. Taking relevance into account helps ensure that people see ads that matter to them, leading to a better experience for people and businesses alike.
Beginning this week, we’re going to start showing relevance scores as a visible metric in our ads reporting tools. Here’s what advertisers should know.

Webinar – Getting Started with WordPress: Set-up and linking social media

Join us online next week, March 3rd from 9-10a.m. to find out more about setting up a WordPress blog or WordPress website and how it connects to social media venues.  Register online today at https://clients.floridasbdc.org/workshop.aspx?ekey=900350011