The government is one of the largest investors in the United States. Every year, billions of dollars are invested into private businesses and that money is critical to the success of expansion projects. Many businesses do not realize this money is available or that their competitors are taking advantage of it.
This informative webinar provides insight into which businesses the government is providing money, how the funds are received, and the requirements after accepting it. We will take a look at the overall process of securing incentives and the steps to take to utilize available options and manage public perceptions.
Key learning objectives
Upon conclusion of the webinar, presentation attendees will understand:
- Available government incentives and to whom they are offered
- How incentives can create a competitive advantage
- The government's goals and how to create a win/win
- The process and pitfalls of obtaining incentives
- The requirements after receiving incentives
Who should attend
- Manufacturers and distributors
- Food and beverage processors
- Real estate brokers and developers
- Service providers with clients looking to expand their businesses
- Kate Crowley, Senior Managing Director, Baker Tilly
- Wade Goodsell, Consulting & Incentives Program Director, Baker Tilly
Information about CPE eligibility
There are no prerequisites for this webinar, and advance preparation is not required. There is no cost to attend this webinar.
Field of study: Specialized Knowledge Applications
Program Level: Overview
Type of delivery method: Group-internet-based
Advance preparation: None required
CPE credit: One (1) hour total credit
CPE host: Anna Nelson
A certificate of completion will be e-mailed to you four to six weeks after the event.
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