The four new classes added to the spring semester include:
*“Tax Issues that Will Impact Your Business – For Better or Worse”
March 27, 8:00 – 10:30 a.m.
Douglas Mueller, CPA, Mueller Prost, PC, President
• As a business owner, the business owner is likely to have employees and / or own property. As the tax laws continue to change, the company owner’s bottom line can be significantly impacted by how the entities are structured, hold property, pay and reward employees. Additionally, the Medicare Surtax Rules impact some surprising streams of income. Walk away with critical information on these key tax issues – and how to apply them in your business decisions.
*(This class has already been offered.)
“Protecting Your Employees: Is Your Company Prepared for the Safety of Your Most Valuable Asset?”
April 16, 8:00 – 10:30 a.m.
Instructor: Michael Sicking, Safety International, LLC, President and CEO
• Violence in the workplace is becoming a far too sad, but frequent news story. In this workshop, business owners and managers will learn their responsibilities as an employer on relevant topics such as:
o Workplace violence prevention
o New regulations the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will be requiring to protect employees
o Key strategies on how to financially preserve a company’s healthy bottom line through an effective Safety System
“DIY Marketing – Advanced: Business Promotion through Content Marketing”
April 24, 8:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Instructor: Ed Mayuga, AMM Communications LLC Partner
• This course is for business owners who have a good handle on how social media drives traffic to their web sites and are looking for an advanced level of product or service promotion through Content Marketing, which encompasses all marketing formats that involve the creation and sharing of content in order to attract, acquire and engage current and potential clients. This class will explore to create an for a company’s content, “curating”
“Bridging the Generation Gap”
April 30, 8:00 – 11:00 a.m.
• In this seminar, attendees will learn about the hallmarks, challenges and opportunities to today’s multi-generational workforce. Facts and myths about generational differences will also be discussed. Participants will engage in group case study analysis and critical incident reviews to learn how to successfully navigate generational differences at work. Leaders will also learn strategies to help optimize the performance and engagement of a multi-generational workforce.
Enterprise University courses are offered through May, and are available at no cost to attendees. Participants do not need to be clients of the bank. Registration is required to attend, and classes fill up on a first come, first serve basis with limited seating.
For a copy of the 2013 spring semester course catalog or to register, please click on the following link, www.enterprisebank.com/
For questions, please call Kay Erb, Director of Enterprise University, at 314.512.7203.
Enterprise University is one of the unique ways Enterprise Bank & Trust serves private business owners, their families and other success-minded individuals. Each spring and fall Enterprise University presents a series of workshops that deliver real value to business owners and their teams, community leaders and not-for-profit executives.
Enterprise Financial operates commercial banking and wealth management businesses in metropolitan St. Louis, Kansas City and Phoenix. Enterprise is primarily focused on serving the needs of privately held businesses, their owner families, executives and professionals.