What are some things to be wary of from a legal standpoint?
It makes sense to have a presence on the internet, but doing business online brings a different set of concerns to business owners.
The February meeting of the Summit/New Providence chapter of B.I.G will delve into some of the legal concerns which might impact entrepreneurial women who do business online, whether it is a dedicated web site, a Facebook business page, or even comments you make on other people’s blogs.
What should you consider in terms of privacy, security, copyright, digital rights, online advertising, data collection and taxes? Come contribute to a legal discussion, with expert guests Robin Gronsky of Gronsky Law and Cindy Wilson of the Law Office of Cindy Ball Wilson, LLC.
Each month, B.I.G. offers its members creative and educational program ideas that help them run their business better. B.I.G meetings provide women with support, education and networking opportunities to discover personal and professional fulfillment.
Melanie Wilson, leader of the local group, says that that each B.I.G. meeting is different, based largely on the makeup of the women in the room. “The most valuable part of B.I.G. is the support and networking aspect, and the willingness that these women have in sharing their experiences with each other to help further their career paths,” she said. “The stay-at-home mom who is just exploring a new business venture or looking to re-engage in the work force, the seasoned entrepreneur with a successful business she is hoping to grow, and career executives looking to make a change are all equal participants in the B.I.G. experience. Women connect and share resources and ideas; it is quite empowering,” she said.B.I.G. is a growing networking community of educated, intelligent, creative women. It is an educational, support, and relationship building network for entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs. The meeting is free for first-time guests. The Summit/New Providence chapter of B.I.G., with nearly 50 members, is the largest in the multi-state network. For more information, or to rsvp to the February 27 meeting, contact firstname.lastname@example.org