A strategic partnership is a contract that was formed on the basis of a mutually beneficial relationship between two business entities. For example, a small business and a larger business might partner for any number of reasons, including market access, common goals, or relationship building.
You've got a cause you care about — now you just need the legal status that will help your organization raise money and work for that cause. Here are four steps to help you understand the process, but as always, call Wick Law for more details.
Right now, developing new ideas to supplement core products and services is one way businesses are continuing to operate and stay relevant. Post COVID-19, your small business may need to pivot and re-configure the day-to-day.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act was signed into law on March 18, 2020. The Act provides for emergency paid sick pay, emergency expansion of family and medical leave, and tax credits for employers. Wick Law is here to answer all of your questions during the uncertain and unprecedented time.
Are you considering creating a give-back program for your company? Check out these 8 tips that will help you create a strong philanthropic program without bursting your bottom line.