The nation’s leading business entity formation company and authors of Limited Liability Companies for Dummies, MyLLC.com, Inc. will be exhibiting at the West Coast Franchise Expo (WCFE). The WCFE will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center November 5-7, 2010.
According to Greg Monterrosa, Vice President of MyLLC.com, “MyLLC.com has always been an education based company, which is why we’re so thrilled to be a part of the WCFE this year. We will have the opportunity to meet with thousands of emerging business owners, to educate them on the many reasons it is so important to structure some type of business entity to protect their personal assets and new businesses. By offering copies of our book, we’ll also be able to show them just how easy it can be to manage an LLC.”
“It’s no secret that the economy is recovering, albeit a little slowly,” continues Monterrosa. “However, franchise businesses are booming on the West Coast, and there are thousands of new businesses that will be launched in the next year. MyLLC.com is here to help these entrepreneurs see their businesses come to fruition, and more importantly to help them ensure that all of their hard work is protected.”
In fact, according to the According to the Franchise Business Economic Outlook*, franchising is responsible for 18 million jobs and this is estimated to increase by .4 percent with 36,000 jobs in 2010. Overall franchise output will increase by 2.8 percent with a net gain of $23.6 billion in 2010.
There is no doubt that growth is inevitable in the coming years, and Greg Monterossa wants not only attendees, but all future franchise and business owners to know that MyLLC.com is their one stop shop for answers to all questions on business formations and corporate compliance. “We’ve helped thousands of business owners from coast to coast properly and legally form their companies, and we look forward to educating and collaborating with the next wave of start-ups and franchisees to assure their future successes.”
In addition to hundreds of exhibitors, there will be more than 30 information packed seminars and symposia available -- and most of the sessions are free. To register to attend the West Coast Franchise Expo, visit wcfexpo.com. On-site registration is available, but pre-registration is recommended.
*Source: The International Franchise Association Study: Franchise Business Economic Outlook for 2010