Our team stands ready to help our franchise candidates at the beginning stages of their investigation. For instance, we have worked with our candidates to help them better understand the complexities of the different corporate structures. We have helped them come up with a name for their new business, negotiate their lease, apply for an SBA loan, and provide projections. We have helped our franchise candidates select the best location and find their first customers. We are a team of professionals with a variety of experiences. The learn more about any one individual, click on their image below.
AL graduated from the University of Colorado in Boulder and attended graduate courses at the University of Fairfield and the School of Visual Arts in New York City. An entrepreneur, he went on to start 5 successful businesses, the last one being Click IT. He uses his personal skills when helping customers deal with the unexpected that often happens in the tech field. He started Click IT in 2012 and besides watching the bottom line, he is focused on internet marketing for Click IT and exclusive clients. In 2018, Motherboard was formed to evolve Click IT into a franchise. See https://clickitfranchise.com.
Mr. Rosenfeld holds both a professional law degree (J.D.) and a research degree (LL.M.) from the University of Manitoba. He has been employed by the federal government in adjudicative positions; was a magistrate for a common pleas court; and, hearing officer for the Ohio Supreme Court.
He has over forty years of experience in contract matters, business organizations, not-for-profit organizations, commercial law, and, general legal matters. He has represented a national bank, small businesses, international corporations, and individuals from all over the world.
He has taught in numerous paralegal education programs, and, other college-level courses.
The Role of Motherboard, Inc’s Legal Department:
Dear Prospective Franchisor,
Motherboard maintains an in-house legal department which is available to you or your attorney for consultations regarding start-up issues, IE., corporate organization, financing, retail store document review, etc. While not your attorney, per se, it is available from the initial phases of your purchase of a franchise through opening your Click IT Store. Its role is to head off problems that Motherboard has seen or anticipated will occur; not to give you specific legal advice. Motherboard recommends that you have your own attorney; Mr. Rosenfeld is ready and willing to act closely with him.
Robert C Rosenfeld, LL.M., is its Vice President for Legal Affairs. Mr. Rosenfeld is licensed in Ohio. He has experience as a sole practitioner, legal educator, and, general counsel. He has forty-six years of experience representing small businesses. As an educator, he has taught Corporation and Business Law.
Matthew has been with Click IT since December 2018. He studied at Hiram College and worked as a Direct Service Professional in the past. With CompTIA A+ Certification, Matt is our Lead Technician. His focus is on directing our staff in onsite technical support, in-store service repair work, technical consultation, and customer service.<iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/QXuBnfJ1qMg” frameborder=”0″ allow=”accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture” allowfullscreen></iframe>
Matthew is our Bench Technician who from a young age has had his hands in computers. Working at Click IT since July 2018, we have grown to depend on Matt for his reliability and informed approach to his assignments.
Matt graduated from St. Martin de Porres High school. But during his high school years, he was the class tech that everyone (students to teachers and even administrators) asked for help from. Matt was able to get multiple I.T. internships while he was still in High School. Some of his high school projects included creating a video game as a prom proposal using c# and creating a midi controller with Arcade buttons. Matt was a tinkerer throughout high school. After High School, Matt went to Youngstown State for Computer Science for a short period of time, but after leaving school he came back to Cleveland to work at a retail store fixing electronics.