Tuesday, June 19 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Social Enterprises & Nonprofits

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You want your business to also benefit the community. Do you wonder if a for-
profit, social enterprise or charitable organization is right for you? Then this is
the panel for you. Learn about the legal considerations for starting and running a
social enterprise or nonprofit.

Program Partner / Speaker
avatar for Chair Celeste Arduino - Bodman Law

Chair Celeste Arduino - Bodman Law

Bodman PLC
Celeste E. Arduino represents community and family foundations, public charities, religious organizations, and other tax-exempt and charitable organizations in securing and retaining exempt status, advising on corporate governance issues, and counseling on general operational matters.  She... Read More →
avatar for Prof. Dana Thompson

Prof. Dana Thompson

Professor Dana Thompson is a clinical professor of law at the University of Michigan Law School and is the founding director of the Law School’s innovative Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic, which has provided legal representation to a large number of startup companies, existing ventures... Read More →
avatar for Bob Weins

Bob Weins

Bob Weins has extensive start-up, business turn-around, venture capital and triple bottom-line strategy experience. His start-up/turn-around work includes: co-founding the firm that created the pattern recognition algorithms commonly used to detect credit card fraud; turn-around... Read More →

Tuesday June 19, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm
20 Witherell 20 Witherell St, Detroit, MI 48226

Attendees (135)