Access to Capital 101: Funding Options to Start and Grow Your Business

Access to Capital 101: Funding Options to Start and Grow Your Business

More About Access to Capital 101: Funding Options to Start and Grow Your Business

Are you having trouble obtaining funding for your business?

Through this free webinar we will help you navigate the funding landscape and connect you with resources to help you obtain the capital you need to start and grow your business.

For entrepreneurs, getting a loan could mean the difference between success and failure, whether it’s used for renovation, purchasing equipment or working capital. However, one of the biggest challenges facing small business owners and entrepreneurs has been and continues to be the inability to access sufficient credit and capital. If you’ve been turned down by a bank, don’t feel bad: you’re far from alone.

Topics of discussion include:
- An overview of alternative lending options including microloans, SBA's loan guarantee program, community banks and credit unions, CDFIs, reputable online lenders and crowdfunding
- Small Business Borrowers' Bill of Rights
- Key questions to consider when seeking funding
- Tips to help determine the best option for your small business
- Helpful tools and resources

A question and answer period will follow.

For more information about funding options, visit our Small Business Access to Capital Resource Portal at click for details

Tags: Business, Chamber, Networking, Small Business, Loan, Access To Capital, Networking




Event Details

Date: May 1, 2018
Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm

Location:
Webinar
Webinar
Springfield, Missouri 65619

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Contact:
Maximilianah Zales
636.300.7656
mzales@smallbusinessmajority.org


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