The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) and Bay Area Development Company are pleased to host a working lunch for small business owners interested in learning more about healthcare compliance, workforce training funds and resources to help grow your business. A brown bag lunch is included. The program will discuss the following:
- Will the new health care law affect your business? Michael Lujan from the Health Benefit Exchange, newly named as Covered California, will explain how the Act will affect small businesses in California.
- Would you like to receive money for employee training? Robert Meyer from the State of California’s Employment Training Panel will describe how small businesses can qualify for this program, which offers small businesses funding for workforce training.
- What can GO-Biz do for your business? Barbara A. Vohryzek, Small Business Advocate from GO-Biz, will describe the range of services that GO-Biz provides to business owners.
About Bay Area Development Company
Bay Area Development Company helps small and mid-sized companies throughout Northern and Central California grow and create jobs by providing them with below market fixed rate financing for their commercial real estate. We also sponsor many economic development initiatives that assist businesses in their communities such as this special seminar.
Thursday, March 14, 2013
11 AM to 2 PM
5800 Shellmound Street
Emeryville, CA 94608
Space for this event is limited.
Registration is $25 per person.
PayPal registration must be completed by March 8, 2013.
for further information.