Similar to the old saying “April showers, bring May flowers,” – we spent most of April preparing for the exciting events of May.
This month, the EmergeCounsel team has been getting ready for the Seller’s Summit Conference, May 23rd through the 25th, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The Sellers Summit is a multi-day ecommerce workshop focused on providing practical strategies to ecommerce business owners. Read more about the 2023 Sellers Summit here.
Additionally, Steve has been busy with a number of appearances on a variety of in-person and podcasts. We are excited to share more information and insight about business and brand from our very own Steve Weigler. We will be sure to provide the air dates of the podcasts as they become available.
The donation gift-giving initiative has concluded, and we are extremely pleased to announce a total of $3500 was given to more than 35 charitable organizations! Thank you to all of our clients who participated.
Late this month, the Denver-based staff of EmergeCounsel and their significant others went on an adventure to Meow Wolf. The idea for the outing was inspired by some of our clients and their most creative ideas.
Don’t forget to check your emails and fill out our client feedback survey. And a huge thank you to our clients who have already responded.
This month’s blog focuses on copyright and AI. As almost everyone is turning to AI in some fashion, the United States Copyright Office released a statement regarding the protection of AI-generated works. Want to find out what that means for your business? Read Here
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