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Google is pleased to offer a quarterly series of free workshops for Small Businesses at the Roxbury Innovation Center: Click here for more information.
Beginning on February 1st, we will present small businesses and home start-ups ways to make the most of the web to grow their business. Liz Schwab, Head of External Affairs, New England & PA encourages people to join.
Using a communication method and behavioral model called Transactional Analysis, you will discover new, yet proven, ways to increase the speed and degree to which you bond and establish rapport. We all know that building bonding and rapport is a buidling block to success in closing a deal and this workshop is a building block to making more money in sales … while having fun. View the workshop video here. Register today to receive your one-time FREE guest pass for Braintree here or Woburn here.
March 30, 2017 — Thursday
3:30pm — 5:00pm
CIC – Cambridge Innovation Center
1 Broadway, 5th Floor, Havana Room
Cambridge, MA 02142
Early-stage life science companies face a complex and challenging financing environment; even for the virtual life science startups of today, the cost to bring a candidate molecule even to clinical trials is daunting. Yet the number of traditional venture capital firms investing in life sciences has continued to shrink, and several of the remaining serious investors pursue a different model of investing in their own incubated startups. Strategic partners can provide non-dilutive capital and significant other resources but are guided and constrained by corporate strategy that must align with the target’s technology and strategy. Government grants are still available, but the volume had fallen dramatically even before the unpredictable direction of the Trump administration. There has also been an increase in investments from new classes of investors recently, including family offices, super angels, and foreign funds. So how does a young life science company form its financing strategy?
Join us to hear a panel of experts discuss these trends. Discover, among other things, how they:
– Formulate a comprehensive and coherent financing strategy
– Construct a financing strategy that fits the company’s timetable and milestones
– Understand and handle the disadvantages of taking money from different investor types
– Understand and leverage the advantages of different classes of investors
– Optimize their chances for success
John Hession, Partner, Morse, Barnes-Brown & Pendleton, PC
Jeffrey M. Arnold, President & CEO, Arnold Strategies, LLC
Sam Sabrin, Director, Corporate Development, Shire
John Tagliamonte, Advisory Board, Cocoon Biotech
Caleb M. Winder, Managing Director, Excel Venture Management
This is a complimentary event, but seating is limited.
On Thursday, March 30, Finnegan will host an interactive roundtable discussion with experienced trademark practitioners from the United States, Europe, and China, offering industry considerations and practical insights on where the laws and practice converge and diverge relative to issues of clearance, prosecution, and enforcement. Global perspectives and topics to be covered include:
• The current state of the law on protection for 3D and non-traditional marks, such as color, scent, and flavor
• Special considerations for advertising, including social media
• Pharmaceutical packaging, re-packaging, and labeling
• Updates on anti-counterfeiting and grey market enforcement
Date: Thursday, March 30, 2017
7:15 – 8:00 a.m. – Registration and Breakfast
8:00 – 10:00 a.m. – Seminar
Two Seaport Lane
Boston, MA 02210
For additional information, or to register, please click here.
If you aren’t satisfied with your sales, your closing ratios, or how many appointments you book, discover how to overcome those problems in the Sandler Two Day Boot Camp. The Sandler Two Day Boot Camp is known for providing a systematic approach to selling and non-traditional techniques that really work. Whether you’re the CEO, President, Owner or salesperson of a company that sells technology, manufactured products, financial services, tangible products or intangible services – this is a boot camp you can’t miss – regardless of your sales experience! View the workshop video here. Register today here.
The long-term care industry is an ever-fluctuating arena deeply impacted by Federal and State legislative changes, economic turmoil and resident expectations.
The future landscape is certain to evolve, and providers must begin to prepare for these changes now. The Marcum Long-Term Care Symposium is dedicated to providing professionals with a glimpse of the future, both operationally and economically.
May 15, 2017
1 Mohegan Sun Boulevard
Uncasville, CT 06382
Megan Kolakowski Coro
This event is expected to draw over 250 owners, operators and administrators from across the New England area. As a sponsor, your company will gain valuable exposure to the decision makers and top industry executives.
CALL FOR SPEAKERS
Do you want the opportunity to speak to key owners, operators and administrators from across the New England area? Marcum LLP is now accepting proposals for speakers for the 2017 Marcum Long-Term Care Symposium!
All speaking submissions are due by February 28, 2017.
Marcum’s Healthcare Industry Group
Marcum’s experience within the healthcare industry includes working with acute care hospitals, long-term care facilities, hospices and home healthcare providers, management service organizations, continuing care retirement communities and large physician practices. We deliver the industry expertise and in depth skills that you might find at other national accounting firms but with a stronger commitment to client service and a more economical fee structure.
The Marcum MicroCap Conference is an annual highlight on the investment community calendar.
Since its launch in 2012, this event has become a nationally recognized forum for publicly traded companies with less than $500 million in market capitalization to network with fund managers and high net worth investors who focus on small cap equities. More than 2,000 participants from all segments of the microcap market participate each year, including senior management, finance and legal executives, venture and lower middle-market private equity investors, institutional investors, directors, investment bankers, buy- and sell-side analysts, and service providers to the microcap marketplace.
June 15-16, 2017
Grand Hyatt New York
109 East 42nd Street
At Grand Central Terminal
New York, NY 10017
The conference is free for investors and analysts. There will be a $695 fee for all non-sponsoring industry professionals and all non-registered attendees/walk-ins.
The Marcum MicroCap Conference offers a variety of sponsorship opportunities to promote your company, products and services. As in past years, this event will consume all public meeting spaces and conference rooms of the hotel to deliver a jam-packed agenda over the course of a day and a half.
PRESENT AT CONFERENCE
We are pleased to extend an invitation to your company to present at this year’s Marcum MicroCap Conference. Presenting company slots are limited, so we encourage you to register your company and attending representatives, submit payment, and secure your hotel rooms as soon as possible.
Sr. Director of Business Development
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Watch Highlights from the 2016 Marcum MicroCap Conference.
Marcum’s SEC Services Group
Marcum is registered with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB). As one of the leading Assurance Service practices, Marcum’s Assurance Division is made up of talented professionals who understand the complex rules associated with regulatory compliance.