To become a sponsor of an event, you must be a current member of the Dayton Hispanic Chamber. Events have two sponsors (food sponsor, and meeting host) for each event that are approved by executive director. If you are not a current member please click here to check out our available membership options. Host Sponsor : Host must have reasonable accommodations for membership (typically around 50 members) Food Sponsor : Host must have reasonable accommodations
Member Promotion To post to the website: please follow the instructions found in the membership help-desk – How can I post an event to the website? To submit for promotion to other marketing channels please complete the application for consideration at daytonhispanicchamber.com/memberpost. Non-Member Promotion For relevant community and business events, blogs, helpful information or job postings – please complete the application at daytonhispanicchamber.com/communitypost for further consideration. If you have any questions regarding promotion, please email
Income of a business owned by a pass-thru entity (PTE) is generally subject to Ohio income tax in the hands of the owner. PTEs include partnerships, “S” corporations and limited liability companies. Starting in 2013, the definition of “adjusted gross income” found in ORC section 5747.01(A) was amended to permit each small business owner to […] The post Ohio Department of Taxation Missing Intent of Small Business Tax Deduction Statute appeared first on Pickrel, Schaeffer,
With the growth of social media and online reviewing sites, it is not a surprise that many businesses benefit greatly from online ratings and reviews that are positive, glowing, and render “five stars.” However, even one bad review could be injurious to the reputation of a business, and an extremely negative review could be detrimental. […] The post The Right to Yelp! appeared first on Pickrel, Schaeffer, and Ebeling. Powered by WPeMatico
In a reversal of previous holdings on whether sexual orientation is encompassed by the prohibition against sex discrimination in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Seventh Circuit Federal Court of Appeals has held in an 8-3 decision that “a person who alleges that she experienced employment discrimination on the basis of […] The post 7th Circuit Rules that Sexual Orientation Discrimination is Prohibited Under Title VII appeared first on Pickrel, Schaeffer,
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