Downtown Impact Series
In an effort to support our downtown businesses as they navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic, the Downtown Sacramento Partnership is launching a series of webinars directed at small business owners within the downtown core. Local professionals are providing tips and services that can assist with marketing efforts, insurance, financial planning, and more.
COVID-19 Guidance for Commercial Tenants
Thursday, August 6th at 3:00 p.m.
Executive orders from the Governor requiring businesses to close or reduce operations due to COVID-19 have significantly affected many commercial tenants across California. Recent state orders and temporary local ordinances have further affected the normal rights and remedies for parties to leases and rental arrangements leaving both landlords and tenants with many questions. Join this webinar to explore some approaches to these uncertainties, as well as some common solutions. For more information on Best Best and Krieger LLP, visit bbklaw.com.
About Nancy Park
Nancy Park is a real estate transactional attorney with Best Best and Krieger LLP, a statewide law firm of over 200 attorneys. She specializes in commercial real estate, leasing in particular, and has over 20 years of experience as an attorney. She has significant experience as a banker and in commercial development as well. She is the head of the business practice group at BB&K and the Sacramento office managing partner. For more information on Best Best and Krieger LLP, visit bbklaw.com.
Insurance Policies Every Small Business Owner Should Consider
How familiar are you with your small business insurance? The Downtown Sacramento Partnership invited John Bolce, Managing Principal at LP Insurance Services, to discuss the top insurance policies that every small business owner should consider during COVID-19. For more information on LP Insurance Services, visit their website here.
How to Set the Foundation for your Small Business During COVID-19
Challenges imposed by the pandemic are far from over and it’s crucial to reassess your business model to navigate during this time. The Downtown Sacramento Partnership invited Keith Walter from SCORE to provide you with tips on how to set the foundation for your small business during COVID-19. Learn about creative ways to sell your product, protect your business revenue, and resources that SCORE can provide small business owners. For more information on SCORE, visit their website here.
Check out his presentation here.
Questions? Please email Emilie Cameron at [email protected].