As real estate practices develop through various stages, new challenges and needs can arise.
This discussion will address many of those, including entity formation, choosing the best people
to work with, marketing and networking and exit planning. No business remains static,
and a pro-active awareness of common business developments can help insure success
from the ribbon cutting to retirement.
John Torvi is the Vice President of Marketing & Sales at the Herbert H. Landy Insurance Agency of Needham, MA. John has been in the insurance industry, focusing on the needs of business owners, for almost 25 years. He holds a Bachelors Degree from Providence College, a Masters Degree from Springfield College and is a frequent speaker and contributor to professional journals and conferences for the legal, accounting, real estate and insurance industries.
The Landy Agency is a national leader in providing professional insurance services for attorneys, real estate professionals and accountants. John can be reached at 781-292-5417 or email@example.com, or visit www.landy.com for more information.
Sankeetha Selvarajah is the Principal Shareholder and Managing Attorney of Selvarajah Law P.C., a civil transactional firm located in Boston, Massachusetts. Her practice has an emphasis on general business law and mergers & acquisitions; clients include technology companies, real estate companies, various food industry companies, manufacturers and retailers. Currently, her firm provides outside general counsel services to over 85 companies where the legal service timeline includes formation, negotiating and drafting agreements to mergers and dissolutions. Her primary role is as strategic advisor to clients and liaison to outside vendors. Corporate Governance and Advisory Board Services are also part of her full-service firm.
Sankeetha is a frequent speaker and writer on corporate formation, business growth and risk management topics. She has served as a panelist for the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston Bar Association, Lawyers Weekly, Real Estate Bar Association, Connecticut Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. She is a frequent lecturer at the non-profit Center for Women & Enterprise where she teaches new and current entrepreneurs, Legal Considerations for New Business and How to Form a Non-Profit.
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