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Starting and Running a Non-Profit Business


Mar 20th, 2015|09:30am - 12:00pm CDT


333 S. Kirkwood Rd.
Kirkwood, MO 63122, United States
Starting and Running a Non-Profit Business
This workshop is a MUST for anyone thinking about starting a Non-Profit business and the responsibilities for operating it. There are advantages and disadvantages of choosing this category of business and only certain types of businesses qualify to be non-profit.

At this workshop you will learn:

How to Start a Non-Profit Business
Legal Filings to Achieve a Tax Exempt Status
How Non-Profits Generate Money
Management Structure and Supervision of a Non-Profit
Advantages and Disadvantages of Non-Profit Status
Keys to Success for a Non-Profit Business
Speakers: Bob Peters, Greg Christoffel--SCORE Counselors

Greg Christoffel, Attorney Greg is a retired corporate lawyer and business executive. He has served as general counsel for US and international businesses, from startups to mature publicly-traded companies. His business experience includes management of a venture capital fund and a telecommunications joint venture in China. His current community volunteer activities include serving on the board of directors of the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership, the St. Louis County Industrial Development Authority, Great Circle, a children’s behavioral health agency, and BGTM, Inc., the endowment fund of Great Circle. He also serves as a mentor with the St. Louis Chapter of SCORE, the IT Entrepreneur Network of Innovate St. Louis and Gateway Venture Mentoring Service.

Bob Peters, Retired Executive and Small Business Owner After a 34 year career in energy delivery with Ameren Missouri, Bob formed Dungy, Peters & Associates, a business consultant to small and mid-size businesses. He also co-founded Active Angels In-home Health Care LLC serving the St. Louis metro area with quality in-home health services. For close to 40 years Bob has been a volunteer leader with organizations such as American Red Cross, United Way of Greater St Louis, National Conference of Community & Justice and Boys and Girls Town of Missouri.


Cost: All SCORE Workshops are $35 Pre-register - Pre-pay; $45 At the door
Registration Fees:$35.00
(314) 539-6602

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