February 9, 2022 – 1PM ET
How can architecture, engineering, and construction firms manage the complexity of professional licensing more efficiently and effectively? What are the diverse requirements for each state in order to pursue business opportunities? How can AEC firms manage—and stay ahead of—operating and regulatory deadlines?
This webinar will discuss the challenges of managing the corporate lifecycle for businesses operating in multiple states. AEC firms face complex licensing requirements at the individual, firm, and even specialty trade levels. We offer strategies and best practices to handle the complexity of multi-state business operations and licensing requirements specifically for AEC firms.
PDH/LU: 1 credit.
- To explore AEC corporate lifecycle management, tax registration, and business licensing, and individual professional licensing requirements.
- To discuss challenges AEC firms encounter when expanding into new states, managing qualifiers, and maintaining good standing using relevant, real-life examples.
- To highlight the importance of a comprehensive management solution needed to compete for business in multiple states and avoid widespread regulatory issues
- To identify strategies and best practices for AEC firms’ principals and compliance officers, including tax and legal professionals, to satisfy licensing and business requirements across the nation.
Laura Worker, MBA, PMP, is the AEC Market Manager at Harbor Compliance. She brings 20 years of marketing experience, much of it focused on architecture, engineering, and construction firm clients. Prior to joining Harbor Compliance, Ms. Worker worked in energy efficiency consulting and commercial HVAC systems industries. She received her bachelor’s degree from Dickinson College and her MBA from Temple University’s Fox school of business.