2012 RISE Entrepreneurship Texas Business Law Presentations

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Austin business attorney James Blake is pleased to announce that he will host three RISE Entrepreneurship Conference lectures in 2012.  The presentations cover topics relevant to startups, entrepreneurs, social entrepreneurs, and nonprofits.  All presentations will be held at the newly opened Center61 in East Austin, located in the PeopleFund building.  Attendance is free, but limited to 25 people and you must register on the RISE entrepreneurship website.  See descriptions and registration links below.

New Legal Strategies for Startups & Social Entrepreneurship

March 26, 10:00am – 11:30am.  New strategies and best business practices for startups and social entrepreneurs.  Forget the days when business law was boring.  Successful startups and social entrepreneurs are changing the traditional perspective and using business law tools to inspire trust, leadership, market penetration, and to secure stronger business relationships.  Find out how you can too.  Register Here!

Intellectual Property: Startups, Social Entrepreneurship & NPOs

March 27, 10:00am – 11:30am.  IP law is rapidly changing, and intellectual property has risen to become the most valuable asset of many organizations.  Startups, social entrepreneurship, and nonprofits are at the forefront of major changes in the way some intellectual property is being developed, shared, and rising to dominance.  What are these new structures and movements, and how do they relate to your startup, social enterprise, or nonprofit?  Register Here!

Funding & Financing Startups & Social Entrepreneurship

March 29, 10:00am – 11:30am.  Hard work and sweat can only get you so far.  At some point, you’ll need to invest your own funds or raise funds from others to get your startup or social enterprise off the ground.  The decisions you make at this stage can be critical to the success of your startup or social enterprise.  Avoid the mistakes and learn to ask the right questions in this seminar.  Register Here!

Group participation is what makes presentations most engaging and informative,
so come prepared to ask questions and get involved in the conversation!


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