By the work, one knows the workman.
Jean de La Fontaine
This week’s freebies are all about making change without spending it. From solid start-up business advice to giving some downtown staples some much needed facelifts, here are our top three picks for free events this week.
If you haven’t checked out The Pressroom since its grand re-opening this past February, now’s your chance. On Tuesday, March 25, at 6 p.m., CO+HOOTS is hosting a Hoot Hour, a free evening of meeting, greeting, and eating for business-minded individuals. At this event, guests will have the chance to tour The Pressroom and listen to representatives from sponsors Artifex10 and Harder Development as they talk about their business’ methods of reusing space. Live music will be provided by Dan Puccio on saxophone, and after-work appetizers will be available from Saffron JAK-Original Stonebread Pizzas. For more information, visit the event on Facebook.
Eye Lounge is getting down to business with a free class, “Business Entities 101.” Hosted by Jennifer Delgado Esq., this free community course will teach aspiring entrepreneurs the basics of building their own business, from the pros and cons of different entity structures to the legal process of creating your own. The class will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 25. RSVP at email@example.com.
Enjoy a free screening of the award-winning documentary Zero Percent, presented in part by ASU’s Prison Education Awareness Club (PEAC) on Thursday, March 27, at 7 p.m. inside room 116 of ASU’s Business Administration C Wing. With roughly 60 percent of inmates returning to prisons in the United States, the zero percent of re-incarcerated graduates from the Hudson Link education program at Sing Sing Maximum Security Prison serves not just as an anomaly, but as a source of inspiration. Following the free screening, there will be a discussion lead by the Hudson Link program director, Sean Pica. For more information, visit ASU events online.
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NOW IS THE TIME FOR YOU TO EXPAND, UPGRADE OR INVEST.
we are at on the a rise of the cycle in Commercial Real Estate. so there is only one way and it’s called we are going up and now is the time for you to expand, upgrade or invest in Commercial Properties in Phoenix. The prices on deals I may get you will not be around forever.
WAITING TO SELL YOUR LAND ? TIMES CHANGE / IT’S TIME
We barely could give land away the last few years, but times are changing. Even in those meager years, I sold more land across the state than most other brokers. Before the real estate crash I was a land specialist in Arizona with millions of dollars of transactions, but then I had to change and also sell other commercial investment properties, which was fun, but I am a Commercial Landspecialist in Arizonal, a Commercial Land Specialist in Phoenix and love to sell land, one acre to thousands of acres.
If you have any questions about Commercial Investment Properties in Phoenix or Commercial Investment Properties in Arizona, I will gladly sit down with you and share my expertise and my professional opinion in Commercial Properties in Phoenix or Commercial Properties in Arizona with you.Obviously I am also in this to make money, but it could be a win-win situation for all of us.
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