Bone McAllester Norton attorney Anne Sumpter Arney will serve as a panelist at the Nashville Business Journal’s upcoming Entrepreneur Exchange discussion and speed mentoring, scheduled for Thursday, October 10. During “Blow Up! When Is It Time to Expand. . .or Exit?,” panelists will discuss lessons learned from managing explosive growth; changing the business model to avoid company failure; and deciding when it is time to close. Joining Arney will be Darrell Freeman, founder and CEO of Zycron; Cordia Harrington, CEO, The Bun Company; Nick Holland, founder & CEO of Populr.me; Curt Revelette, CEO & partner of Maristone Living and Jonathan’s Grille; Saurabh Sinha, president and CEO of Emids; and Shannon Terry, CEO of 247 Sports & Rivals.com.
The event takes place from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. at the Loews Vanderbilt Hotel. Bone McAllester Norton is proud to be the presenting sponsor.
Arney has more than 30 years of experience working with many of Nashville’s entrepreneurs on how to start, grow, operate and sell their businesses. She advises her clients, both healthcare-related and non-healthcare-related, on business law and transactional issues, as well as assisting them in navigating ever changing healthcare laws and regulations.
Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 36 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 17 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters. Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.
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