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MIASF Better Business Series panel

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Date/Time
Date(s) - Aug 25, 2015
11:30 am - 05:00 pm

Location
Lauderdale Yacht Club

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Help your business save money, succeed

Want to learn how your business can succeed and save money? The first-ever MIASF Better Business Series panel on August 25 at the Lauderdale Yacht Club will provide marine businesses cost-saving tips and valuable advice from several industry experts.

They are:

  • Madelaine Acosta, MHG Insurance – insurance issues affecting marine businesses
  • Walter Duke, Walter Duke + Partners – marine real estate and property valuations
  • Lisa Samuels/Jay Strauss, Evershore Financial – business valuations and exit strategies
  • Tony Treglia, Caribe Blu Business Engineering, HR issues affecting marine businesses

The panel will address a variety of issues specific to the marine industry, including recruiting skilled workers, ensuring compliance with wage and hour laws, issues related to longshoremen’s and flood insurance, succession planning strategies, hurdles for lenders for waterfront property, factors affecting the value of waterfront property and much more.

Registration for the event, which includes lunch, starts at 11:30, and the panel will begin at noon. RSVPs are required. The cost is free for Anchor Members, $15 for regular members and $25 for nonmembers. Register at http://miasf-member-mgt-center.wildapricot.org/event-1993139, emailsharon@miasf.org for additional information or call 954-524-2733.

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