There’s a little known Tennessee law on the books garnering attention lately about the need to license doormen and bouncers as security. Will Wright of Anderson Benson has more on his Off The Menu blog: https://www.offthemenu.blog/blog/2018/4/9/if-your-doorman-does-more-than-greet-he-needs-license-receipt
Earlier this year, Brent Daughrity joined the Association of Independent Music Publishers’ Nashville Pubcast. The series is focused the people that offer their support to publishers and songwriters alike. Now, you can listen to that appearance online at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TX4ojaGF_k&t=10s
Anderson Benson partner and hospitality practice lead Will Wright has launched a blog titled ‘Off The Menu’ with the goal to keep members of Nashville’s tremendous professional hospitality community informed on the latest trends and opportunities to ensure their businesses thrive. Visit the blog at OffTheMenu.blog and read his first post on proper staff alcohol education HERE.
Employees make up for more than half of the cyber breaches that affect small and midsized businesses according to Crain’s Nashville. Our own Leigh Anne Strickland weighs in on how to prepare: http://nashville.crains.com/article/news/untrained-employees-can-undercut-cybersecurity-efforts
Business owners know how hard it is to get away from work for an extended vacation. Now consider what would happen if you were away from your business for up to six months because of a disabling injury or illness. Just the thought is enough to make any business owner anxious. Yet the potential is…
This year we attended the 28th Annual Music Row awards held at the BMI offices. L-R: George Anderson (Anderson Benson Insurance), Jody Williams (BMI), Brent Daughrity (Anderson Benson Insurance), Chris Young, Will Wright (Anderson Benson Insurance), Sherod Robertson (Music Row Publications).