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What Could POSSIBLY Go Wrong With Your Start Up?
July 23, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 amFree
What could possibly go wrong with your start up business? Turns out, A LOT!! Come learn about some of the common mistakes that could put a kink in your startup plans– and most importantly how to avoid them! The Hyperion Management Solutions team will help you take a close look at your competitive advantages while guiding you though the common missteps of new business operations. We will touch on the following topics:
- Business structure
- Selecting and building your team
- State and federal reports
- Employee handbooks and job descriptions
- Audit ready financials
- Staff training and development
- Access to capital
Participants will receive a simple guide on best practices to avoid common pitfalls.
Want to lower your risk of common failures? Start your journey towards success by attending this event!
Free, a light breakfast will be provided. Parking is available in Rockville Town Center garages or take Metro.
About the Speakers:
Erin Lawless Miller, Esq. is the CEO of Hyperion, a government consulting firm that specializes in management turn around and staff development in life science companies. Previously, she was the Chief Operating Officer, Orphan Drug Unit at IQVIA. She has a wide range of accomplishments in leading business development, marketing, operations and performance improvement for her division of IQVIA, as well as in previous roles at Washington Teacher’s Union and Venable LLP. Erin received her Bachelor of Science degree in Public Relations, Marketing, Psychology from the Syracuse University, S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and her J.D. in Law from the Syracuse University College of Law. She also holds certificates from Harvard Law School’s Program on Negotiations as well as National Labor College’s program on Labor Relations Union Training & Contract Negotiations and Collective Bargaining.
Nadine S. Evans, Esq. is an accomplished leader with extensive experience in staff management, federal and local grant writing, implementation, monitoring, and reporting. She has a proven ability to review and analyze systems, design programs and procedures, and implement and monitor corrective action plans. For the last 5-years she has served on a number of boards and in a variety of advisory roles where she has exceeded expectations. Ms. Evans holds a BA from the University of Virginia and a JD from Howard University School of Law.