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Society of Entrepreneurs Roundtable Luncheon Features Attorney Alan Crone

The Society of Entrepreneurs July Roundtable Luncheon featured employment law attorney Alan Crone who spoke about “5 Things Every Entrepreneur Should Know."
 
Business leaders enjoyed networking and lunch at Napa Cafe, along with a Q&A session regarding legal business solutions with Crone, whose firm specializes in employment law compliance, intellectual property protection, non-compete and other customized legal solutions. In addition to his law practice, Crone also serves as Special Counsel to the Mayor of the City of Memphis, Jim Strickland.
 
The Society of Entrepreneurs was founded in 1991 to foster the development of the entrepreneurial spirit and recognize the various contributions of area entrepreneurs. Its membership is comprised of local and regional business owners, presidents and other key executives, chosen annually by their peers. The organization holds a monthly roundtable luncheon featuring local and regional experts on topics that are integral to an entrepreneur's success. For more information, visit www.soememphis.com.
Alan Crone, employment law attorney, spoke at the Society of Entrepreneurs Roundable in July about "5 Things Every Entrepreneur Should Know."

Pearson Crutcher of the Society of Entrepreneurs and SEACAP Financial's Mackie Gober meet prior to the SOE Roundtable Luncheon featuring speaker, attorney Alan Crone.

Rebecca Dawson, Cynthia Ogden and Stacey Ferguson were among the attendees at The Society of Entrepreneurs recent roundtable luncheon at Napa Cafe.

Rudi Scheidt and Denise Higdon visit with Steve Johnson during The Society of Entrepreneurs' monthly roundtable luncheon, held in July at Napa Cafe.

Guest speaker and attorney Alan Crone visits with Larry Colbert of Junior Achievement during The Society of Entrepreneurs' monthly roundtable luncheon.
Posted by Krista Geyer at 12:13 PM

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