Protecting Your Business 101
If you have recently started your business or are thinking of starting your own business and have never shopped for business insurance, then this is the class for you. What you don’t know you don’t know about insurance can and will hurt you. Come learn the simple actions you must take to avoid the most common pitfalls that threaten your business.
This class will address:
Risk Management 101
Insure or not to insure? What should be considered before shopping for business insurance.
10 Most Common Small Business Insurance Blunders
How to effectively work with your agent (and save $$$ doing it)
Presented by Steve Neuner and Nick Valliere of Alkali.
Alkali is a Texas based Independent Insurance Agency that leverages its innovative processes and unique team member abilities to educate employers, individuals, and families on insurance so that they can take personal responsibility for protecting important things in their lives.
Materials, services or products offered by providers to SBDC clients are available as a resource for you to locate professionals who can assist you with business concerns. Making these sources available to you does not imply or constitute a recommendation or endorsement by the SBDC, but is only intended to be a convenience for you. You must perform your "due diligence" by interviewing the individuals or companies to determine if they meet your needs. If you do retain their services, be sure to obtain your agreement in writing: who is responsible for what; what work is to be performed; what is not included; what is the cost.
A partnership program of the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Bill Priest Campus of El Centro College, a division of the Dallas County Community College District. Funded in part through Cooperative Agreement # 9-603001-0046-22 with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions, or recommendations expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA. It is the policy of the Dallas County Community College District and Collin College that all persons have equal opportunity and access to its educational programs, services, activities, and facilities without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, or ancestry, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation, disability or status as a veteran.
Reasonable accommodations will be made to those individuals with disabilities, as well as to clients with limited English proficiency, who request such accommodations in advance.
When & Where
Since 1989, the Collin Small Business Development Center has been a partnership between the U.S. Small Business Administration, Collin College and the State of Texas.Through this collaboration, one-on-one, confidential business consulting is provided at no charge. Low or no cost workshops and seminars are scheduled on topics that are essential to business success.