Join Us for a GovCon Panel Discussion – April 29, 2015

Executive Compensation and Financing for Your Small Business

Government Contracting Breakfast Panel Discussion

Wednesday, April 29, 2015 | 8:00 – 10:00 a.m.

The University Club – 1135 16th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20005

Attracting and retaining key employees is a challenge every small business faces, and government contractors know that a valuable contract can hinge on making the right staffing choices and having the right financing in place.

Join us for a complimentary breakfast and panel discussion on April 29, 2015 at the University Club in D.C. to learn about employee compensation strategies that will help you maximize your human and monetary capital.

Please join Sirena Johnson and Tom Miller of Thompson Greenspon, Dean Nordlinger of PilieroMazza, and Roderick Johnson of Industrial Bank as they discuss various ways government contracting firms can compensate their employees as well as securing the right type of financing for mobilization costs.

Panel Topics Include:

  • Executive compensation considerations for decision makers
  • Combining retirement plans and equity plans into your strategy
  • Getting the most out of your plan through proper communication
  • Compliance pitfalls of incentive plans
  • Accounting and tax considerations for executive compensation
  • Line of credit vs. term debt for mobilization costs

Register today to attend this informative panel discussion moderated by Tony Franco of PilieroMazza.

Register Here!

This event is complimentary and limited to Government Contractor Owners and Executives only (no service providers). 

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