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Business Insurance Overview for Small Business Owners

Provide new small business owners with an overview of the importance of business insurance to ensure
their success and protect their investment of time and money.

Cyber Security Essentials 2302426

The average ransomware demand is $3m in the retail industry and the average amount stolen in a successful business email compromise is $264k

Can you afford to pay ?

This workshop will provide an overview of 

  • Who are the attackers ?
  • What are their motives ?
  • How do they hack your systems?
  • What are some of the simple steps you can implement to protect your business ?

Fee: $35

Overview of SBA Programs and Services

Learn about the programs and services the Small Business Administration (SBA) offers to help small
business owners.

CyberSecurity - Protecting Your Baby Small Business (online)

How do you protect your business without spending a fortune? Attend this workshop to find out.

SCORE'S Monthly Cedar Valley Biz Roundtable

Join SCORE East Central Iowa for a Peer-Group Networking Opportunity, Facilitated by SCORE Mentors.

Improve Safety & Manage Risks for Small Businesses Without Going Broke

In this interactive workshop, attendees will gain an introduction to risk management and recognizing hazards, resources to protect their interests and mitigate risk and ideas to kick-start their risk management program.

Basics of Business 9: Insuring Your Business

Before starting your business you should thoroughly investigate business insurance. Often, small businesses ignore the importance and necessity of insurance until they have suffered a major loss. A sound insurance plan protects you and your business by minimizing the risks and reducing the uncertainties of your business.

Preventing Business Fraud

Presentation slides for the "Fraud Triangle" by Julia A. Walker, CPA. Covers the severity of fraud and its consequences for businesses in the United States. Utilizes a tool called the 'Fraud Triangle' in which there are three things to consider when suspecting an opportunity of fraud: Opportunity, Rationalization, and Perceived Pressure.

Business Insurance Basics

Slides from, "Business Insurance Basics," a presentation by John McMichael at Anderson Insurance Associates. Covers how business insurance can help protect your business, things you should consider before getting insurance, and the different types of business insurance: 

  • General Liability
  • Property
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Commercial Auto
  • Commercial Flood
  • Commercial Umbrella
  • Management & Professional Liability
  • And Business Income/Interruption

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