Small Business Seminar on Identity Theft
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce will host a Small Business Seminar on Tuesday, January 20 from 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. at the Chamber.
“Identity Theft” will be presented by Nanette S. Freiman, Pre-Paid Legal Services. Who benefits by attending this seminar? Business owners, employers and executives with companies that have employees, customers and a payroll. The presentation will include the six types of Identity Theft. As a business owner of 17 years, Nanette Freiman understands and respects the necessity of productive employees. Since selling her business, Ms. Freiman has been educating and assisting small to medium size businesses in the area of Identity Theft. This crime is costly to a business in terms of potential fines, penalties and lost man hours on the job. Identity Theft is explosive and affects all of us directly and indirectly. Are you willing to learn how vulnerable you and your business are? Ms. Freiman will provide a possible answer.
Small Business Seminars are free for Greater Hall Chamber members, $10 for guests, and cover a wide variety of issues and subjects of interest to small business owners and managers. Reservations for Small Business Seminars: Brittany Holtzclaw, 770-532-6206. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Online reservations: greaterhallchamber.com