Jan 3rd mtg – The Business of Apps

Enjoy New Year’s Eve but make sure you’re bright eyed and bushy-tailed for our January 3rd event. We have two speakers who will discuss the business side of Apps, specifically a Lawyer and a Bulk Purchaser of apps.

Jennifer Lunsford is an attorney who helps startups plan for their future by offering a full range of small business services. She received her law degree from Boston University School of Law and her dual BA in political science and philosophy from Hartwick College. Originally from Long Island, she moved to Rochester in 2009 and now lives in the Park Ave neighborhood. For more details please visit http://www.jenniferlunsford.com.

Jen’s presentation will cover the pros and cons of various business entities, focusing heavily on the tax and liability benefits of each option for web-based companies. Q&A to follow.

Our other presenter, Brian Meehan, works for Allendale Columbia school.  Brian will share his a unique perspective as a bulk consumer of apps!  They have implemented an iPad 1:1 program at the school where the devices are managed by the students, not through enterprise management. They use cloud services heavily to keep users connected and buy apps in bulk and distribute through the mail merge function, 1 code per user.

Mark Navarra, a recruiter with Wellington Steele & Associates, http://WellingtonSteele.com, has graciously sponsored the event. See you on January 3rd, 6pm – 8:15pm at New Horizons, 5 Methodist Hill in Henrietta, up the hill in West Henrietta Road just past Channel 13 and John Holtz BMW.  Please RSVP to info@AppRochester.com

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