I’m not an expert in restaurants but I am an expert in public relations and business practices. With all of the resources at one’s fingertips, perhaps he and his partner should probably take look at How to Start a Restaurant (also see Restaurant start-up guide, available from Entrepreneur Bookstore).
C & M Concepts strives to offer its clients the best service possible. We do this by offering an hourly rate or retainer so that you can adjust your PR needs to your budget. PR should not break the bank…and everyone should be able to hire a publicist.
C & M Concepts offers an individual approach based on your specific needs. We do not write “cookie-cutter” press releases or pitch letters. You could do that yourself. You’re coming to us so that we can go above and beyond by using our experience and knowledge. We offer way more than just PR, we offer support and guidance.
Establishing the proper business foundation is imperative. Attaching a respectable image and message to that foundation is equally imperative. Well, what does that mean? It means credibility, which increases trust, which ultimately increases dollars and longevity. It means rules, principals, goals and regulations. It means creating a standard for your business and exceeding it at […]Read More
Legal Alert: Political Activity of Nonprofit Organizations
As the 2012 election come to a close, The Law Project would like to remind our not-for-profit clients again about the legal restrictions on the political activity of tax-exempt organizations.
The federal tax code prohibits 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organizations from “directly or indirectly participating in, or intervening in, any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for elective public office.” This means that a tax-exempt organization may under no circumstances make direct or indirect contributions to political campaigns or parties or make any public statements of position, written or verbal, in favor of or in opposition to any candidate for public office or their party.Read More
Can We Use It? Using Photos of Others in Your Promotional Materials — Legal Alert for Nonprofits and Small Businesses
So, your company or organization had a wildly successful event, and you took some incredible photos that you would love to use-–on your website, your brochures, even your Facebook page. But can you do it? What if some of your photos include the faces of people not affiliated with your organization? Are there limitations on what you can do with these photos?
The short answer is that there are restrictions that limit what you can do with photos from your event.Read More
The due dates for the Fiscal Year 2013 Assets for Independence (AFI) applications have been revised to: • March 25, 2013 • May 24, 2013 The first AFI application due date is January 25, 2013. Are you ready to submit your application for the 2013 cycle? As you sit down to prepare your application, you […]