Social Media and Crowdfunding: Legal Best Practices
Social Media is great tool for many organizations including nonprofits and small business to get the word out and market products and services. However, we have all heard the stories about what can happen if an employee hacks your account; someone takes to social media to write a bad review; or someone is using your business name. While these might be rare instances, there are a few best practices you can follow to ensure success in your social media efforts. In this presentation you will receive practical best practice advice to keep in mind while you engage in social media or if you hire someone to use social media on your behalf. We will be discussing methods to handle 'situations' that can arise and identifying what your organization is responsible for maintaining. In addition, we will provide some sample social media policies to use for your organization.
Crowdfunding--We have all heard about Kickstarter, Indegogo, and others. The laws are changing in this area and WA state is at the forefront. Come learn about how your organization might benefit form crowd funding; what legal requirements you need to comply with; what you need to know about the terms on existing platforms. This will be a primer on crowdfunding and legal best practices.
2100 24th Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98144
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