MT, Chamber present 'business killer' seminar

NORWICH – Failure to adequately plan for the death, disability or retirement of a key person can be the kiss of death for a business. Proactive planning can make the difference in whether a business can survive one of these challenges, according to a presentation given by M&T Bank’s Administrative Vice President Stephen Meyer recently in conjunction with Commerce Chenango.



Called businessKillers, the presentation highlighted six common mistakes made by businesses which can threaten the future of a company. By using short video vignettes, the program “brings emotion” to these topics which are relevant to all businesses, Meyer explained.

“The whole point is to dramatize … things that kill businesses,” he said, as he shared businessKillers with members of the local business community.

According to Meyer, M& T Bank uses the series, produced by Lighthouse Strategic Projects Group, throughout the six states in which it operates.


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