|Next meeting topic for Tuesday, July 12, 2016
Forming a Legal Entity:
What's Right For Your Business?
AWBO is happy to have Michael L. (Mac) McDaniel as our speaker in July to discuss legal entity formation. As well Mac assists his clients on a wide variety of legal and business issues. He leverages his years of professional experience in consulting, software, education, community development and as a serial entrepreneur to assist clients across a wide variety of industries. He commonly serves as a virtual general counsel to advise clients on trademark, brand management, corporate compliance, contract, privacy, real estate, litigation, and agriculture and estate planning/administration issues.
Mac recently transitioned his law practice, McDaniel Hamilton, LLP, to Reiling Teder & Schrier, LLC to assist in RTS' expansion efforts in the Zionsville and Indianapolis communities. Mac serves on Ball State University's Entrepreneurship Board and, as one of the first three alumni of the program, volunteers with Purdue's Entrepreneurship certificate program in a variety of roles. Mac is active in the Zionsville community and is also a member of the American Bar Association, the Indiana State Bar Association, the Tippecanoe County Bar Association, the Boone County Bar Association, and the Indianapolis Bar Networking Executive Committee.
Mac lives in Zionsville and enjoys skiing, scuba diving, and spending time with his wife, Erica, and son, Oliver.3 Minute Speaker
||Art of Framing
Hope to see you at the next meeting. Put it on your calendar today...and invite a deserving friend to join you.
A big thank you to Rhonda Feuer-Independent Advanced Sales Director for Pampered Chef for July's guest speaker.
Greater Lafayette Commerce Activities for July
Find more information at:
- Small Business of the Month – Wednesday July 6th at 5pm at Old National Bank Loan Center, Winner: TBD
- Farmers Markets
Purdue Market: Thursdays 11am to 2pm
Downtown Market: Saturdays 8am to Noon
- 25th Anniversary for Dancing & Cruising in the Streets, featuring Kansas. Saturday July 16th 4pm to 11pm. Get your tickets early!
- Business After Hours – Wednesday July 20 at 5pm – Rubia Flower Market: 224 E State Street, West Lafayette, IN 47906
2016 Annual Events:
-Boiler Bridge Bash – Thursday August 18th
-Football Kickoff Luncheon – Friday August 19th
-Uptown Jazz and Blues Festival – Saturday August 21st
-Annual Dinner – Wednesday September 28th
-Christmas Parade and Courthouse Lighting – Saturday December 4th
What's Happening In Your Business?
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