Join Adam D. Eilenberg, Esq. of Eilenberg & Krause LLP and Aharon J. Fehler of Evokia who will discuss how to create a clear vision for your startup company.
Some topics they will focus on include legal considerations to keep in mind when starting a business, how to define your target market, and how to complete an industry analysis and competitive analysis
Tonight’s class is Part 4 of a four-part series covering the fundamentals of a business plan. Participants will walk away with the tools they need to complete an amazing business plan to submit to the CHYE Business Plan Competition.
Six finalists will compete in a live pitch event on June 22, 2016, where they will present their plans to a panel of judges. 3 Lucky winners will walk away with cash and facetime with law, finance and marketing experts.
CHYE had “such a wealth of knowledge to offer us, in terms of a business plan, lease, and incorporating as an LLC,” said Zlata Gitlin, owner of Zlata’s Wigs. While CHYE offers business coaching and classes year round, the Business Plan Competition provides additional incentives in cash and prizes. Competition often leads to better results overall.
“The Competition is about fostering and supporting entrepreneurship in our community,” say CHYE’s Director, Rabbi Yehoshua Werde. CHYE has helped over 200 local businesses launch, including StreetLite, an athletic clothing company owned by Golda Reichman, and Prolific, a translation and writing company owned by Rabbi Yehudah Altein.
Competition sponsors include Saul Friedman & Co, AWS Supply, Eilenberg and Krause, and the Cotlar family.