Small Business Real Estate: Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices Presented by Southern Bank
Please makeplans to join us on Tuesday, March 15, at 7:30 AM for a review of theWilmington commercial real estate market – SmallBusiness Real Estate: Tips, Tricks, and Best
Please makeplans to join us on Tuesday, March 15, at 7:30 AM for a review of theWilmington commercial real estate market – SmallBusiness Real Estate: Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices Presented by SouthernBank. Witha program uniquely targeted to both small and mid-sized businessowners/operators, the Wilmington Chamber team is excited to offer a deep diveinto all the issues, opportunities, strategies, and trends impacting our localcommercial real estate market. Our expert panel at this event will cover commonbusiness issues including real estate search, leasing, legal review,architectural services, and build-out. Expert panelists include:
- Mike Brown, VP of Brokerage Development Services, Cape Fear Commercial
- Samuel B. Franck, NC Board Certified Specialist in Real Property Law: Commercial Transactions, Ward and Smith, P.A. Attorneys at Law
- Laura Miller, Principal and Office Leader, LS3P
- Jim Hundley, Jr., Executive VP and Director of Preconstruction, Thomas Construction Group, LLC.
Moderated bymyself, VP of Small Business Development & Retention, with the help ofShane Faulkner, owner of End of Days Distillery, as the subject of ourreal-world case study.
During the event, our group will provide a quick market update and overview ofEOD’s leasing and upfit of their Wilmington-Cargo District facility. Learn fromthe experiences of an outstanding panel and a peer small business owner toensure you and your organization are prepared for your next commercial realestate decision.
No matter the business sector, attendees will leave with practical guidance ona topic that touches most business owners. Tangible takeaways will includeexcellent local contacts, a sample letter of intent (LOI), and a samplecommercial lease document that can help inform your next lease, lease renewal,or development project.
Breakfast catered by 128 South will be served and metered parking downtowndoes not begin until 9 AM, following immediately after the event. This event is open to the public.Ticket sales end on Monday, March 7.
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Vice President-Small Business Development & Business Retention
Wilmington Chamber of Commerce
Office: 910.762.2611 ext 203
(Tuesday) 7:30 am - 9:00 am