WASHINGTON: Responsible financial management is of critical importance to cash-constrained cannabis entrepreneurs. Leading cannabis attorneys Aaron Pelley and Anne van Leynseele of NWMJ Law will host “Smart Money” the latest MJBA Seattle Business Bootcamp on Tuesday, August 16th at their new offices at the historic Maynard Building in Pioneer Square, 119 1st Avenue S, Suite 420, Seattle, WA 98104. Anne and Aaron will lead the audience of legal cannabis business owners and industry participants through an open discussion with stories from the frontline about partnerships, investors, the essentials of business planning, and proactive ways to avoid conflicts.
Eric Camm of Turning Point will present on cannabis business valuations. He will share a critical component to define what partner, investor, and buy-sell deals are worth.
This event, the fourth in a series of bi-monthly MBA Business Bootcamps that NWMJ Law has produced, will cover a wide range of situations that arise in these areas including:
· Why you must have an Operating Agreement or Shareholder Agreement
· How can you benefit from an investor and stay safe
· Ensuring the best partnership relationship
· Make your business plan work for you
· What is it all worth, valuations in a new market
· Avoiding risks and conflict
Do not miss these seasoned cannabis attorneys as they share real world situations and offer their sound advice on how to avoid troubles and tips on solving problems before they cause damage to your company.
The event takes place Tuesday, August 16, 2016, 6:00 to 8:30 PM at the NWMJ Law, PLLC offices in the historic Maynard Building in Pioneer Square: 119 1st Avenue S, Suite 420, Seattle, WA 98104.