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Startup Week, Angel Investors and brand new SBDC workshops


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Alaska Startup Week is a statewide effort to strengthen and diversify Alaska's economic base through improved access to effective resources and mentors. This year features new workshops from the SBDC, numerous statewide webinars, keynote lectures and networking events. 

 
 

Legal Aspects of LLCs 

Presented by Attorney Andrew Mitton. Forming an LLC is probably the least expensive insurance you can buy to protect your assets. Learn how LLCs work, the factors to look at in deciding whether you need an LLC, and how to maintain and manage your LLC. 

Tuesday, July 25th at 1:30-3:00pm

 
 

Payroll Taxes for Startups

Topics covered include determining who is an employee, payroll tax liabilities, taxable compensation, payroll tax returns, payment dates, tax penalties, self-employment taxes, keeping accurate wage and tax records and more. 

Wednesday, July 26th at 12:00-1:30pm

 
 
 

Controlling Costs in a Down Economy

In today’s down economy, cost control could make the difference of life or death for many companies who have systems built to work in a stable growth environment. There’s no better time to take a hard look at how to control your costs.

Tuesday, August 8th at 10:00-11:30pm

 
 

Are you a small business ready to hop on the QuickBooks Online train? This course will provide an introduction and overview of the benefits of using Quickbooks Online for small business financial management. Instructor, Julie Nolen, is a Certified QuickBooks Online ProAdvisor.

Thursday, August 17th at 1:00-3:00pm

 
 

Getting Started with QuickBooks Online

Are you a small business ready to hop on the QuickBooks Online train? This course will provide an introduction and overview of the benefits of using Quickbooks Online for small business financial management. Instructor, Julie Nolen, is a Certified QuickBooks Online ProAdvisor.

Tuesday, July 22nd at 9:00-1:00pm

 
 

Brothers Jack and Jerry Lau with co-owner/co-founder Galen Jones, worked relentlessly to join in the revival of the American cider scene. With an abundance of beer breweries opening up across the State and recognizing the fast-growing cider scene in the Pacific Northwest (and across the country), they set out to refine their recipes, gather finances, and market their brand. With all of them being full-time engineers, they spent two years of their spare time from original concept to final build-out before they sold their first keg of Double Shovel Cider

 
 
 
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