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2017 Business Planning Series: Access to Capital and Business Growth Mindset

Wednesday, February 22, 2017
2:00p EST
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Join us for the third webinar in our 2017 Business Planning Series with our partners Accion and Silver Lining:
Access to Capital and Developing your Business Growth Mindset, Part 2
 Topics include:

  • Business Growth Mindset and Your SLAPstatement, presented by Carissa Reiniger, Founder & CEO with Silver Lining
  • Access to Capital 101: Funding Options to Start and Grow Your Business, presented by Mary Overbey with Small Business Majority

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. Small Business Majority will help you navigate the funding landscape and provide education and resources on issues impacting entrepreneurs, including access to capital.
Silver Lining has shown over 10,000 small business owners in 9 countries how to build more profitable and sustainable companies. Its Silver Lining Action Plan (SLAP) program helps small business owners get clarity on their business model, set clear impact and financial growth goals, and build a plan to hit those goals. Silver Lining then provides all of the accountability, resources, training and support business owners need to ensure that they follow through and actually succeed. The 5-step SLAP methodology is based on 11 years of experience working with real small business owners, and is rooted in behavior change psychology and online learning principles to help you build habits for long-term success. Silver Lining is on a mission to change the world one small business at a time in order to create stronger communities, families, and local economies. To learn more visit http://www.smallbizsilverlining.com/.
A question and answer period will follow.
For more information about funding options, visit our Small Business Access to Capital Resource Portal at www.smallbusinessportal.org/capital

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Access to Capital