Getting your business set up the right way, the first time will save you headaches in the long run. Join us for this Town Hall to discuss small business legal requirements and what kinds of business contracts are right for you and your business.
Speaker Bob Baker brings years of experience working with small businesses and will be sharing his best practices when starting your business. Whether it be setting up your entity for the first time or offering new services that require better contracts, this Town Hall is for you.
Bunker Online is a social network for the military-connected community where Bunker Labs staff help make connections to increase your opportunities.
Whether exploring a new career path after active duty service, starting a business or growing your business, building a network is critical. In a recent entrepreneur insights study, we found that 92% of entrepreneurs find having a relevant network of highest value to them. We built the network and staff to help assist you in your journey and most importantly, do it together.
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Peak Corporate Counsel
Bob is a founding partner at Peak Corporate Counsel, a boutique law firm which focuses on addressing the unique needs of emerging companies. Bob has advised hundreds of businesses and entrepreneurs on issues ranging from entity formation to exit and everything in between. Bob is a former captain in the US Marine Corps.
Bob is a founding partner at Peak Corporate Counsel, a boutique law firm which focuses on addressing the unique needs of emerging companies. Bob has advised hundreds of businesses and entrepreneurs on issues ranging from entity formation to exit and everything in between. Prior to his time at Peak, Bob was a corporate attorney at law firms in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Bob is a former captain in the US Marine Corps, and served in Iraq in 2007 and again in 2008. He is co-founder of New Hampshire Young Veterans Network, a nonprofit with the mission of helping transitioning veterans build their professional networks.
Dad. Hubbie. Sgt of Marines. Recovering FinTech Entrepreneur. Small time angel investor (aspiring big time angel investor). Guy who has been helped by many and wants to pay it forward. Nick Bradfield has spent his career honing the leadership traits taught in the military; technical skills learned via formal education; and business acumen acquired on-the-job in the financial services and technology sectors. He has held roles in sales, operations, and leadership at Fortune 500 companies as well as multiple startups. Nick has been featured on numerous podcasts highlighting veterans and entrepreneurship, and has contributed to several personal finance publications such as US News & World Report, Yahoo Finance, Nasdaq, CentSai, and Investopedia. He holds a Masters Degree in Predictive Analytics from Northwestern University.
Shelby is a Programs and Events Project Manager at Bunker Labs and has a passion for seeing events like these and people (even if virtually) come together. Based out of Green Bay, WI, she loves that her job empowers the military-connected community to make their dreams reality and is proud to be a part of the Bunker Labs team.
Liz Marion attended UNC Wilmington and graduated with degrees in both Film Studies and French Language.
Liz started her career in the entertainment industry where she worked as an independent contractor and consultant on both independent and studio projects. Liz eventually started to pursue live event production in the entertainment industry and has produced several multi-day events for filmmakers and creators from around the globe.
As a military spouse, live event production has allowed Liz to work across the country for many different organizations including Milspo Project and Bunker Labs. After serving as a volunteer city leader for Bunker Labs’ Wilmington, NC chapter, Liz took a full-time position with the organization as the digital community manager, bringing her organization, logistics and connectivity skills online to serve the military connected community full-time through meaningful and intentional virtual experiences.
Liz strives to encourage veterans and military spouses to pursue their dreams by working for themselves to create a job that feeds their passion and moves with their lifestyle.
When she isn’t generating new ideas or facilitating a virtual event, Liz spends her time paddleboarding, enjoying the ocean waves and reading professional development books.
She currently resides outside the gates of Camp Pendleton with her Marine husband and dog Archer.