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Upcoming Access to Capital Events

BYOB—Be Your Own Boss Women’s Roundtable on Economic Security

Roundtable

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

State: IL

Women are starting small businesses at a higher rate than men and earn business revenues above the national average. Join Geri Aglipay, Small Business Majority National Women's Entrepreneurship Manager, and Roxanne Charles, Bethel New Life Senior Director of Economic Development Programs, for a women’s roundtable discussion and presentation on policies that impact the economic security of women small business owners, especially women of color.

Access to Capital: Funding options to start and grow your business

Presentation

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

State: CO

The Alliance Center and Small Business Majority are proud to present The Best for Colorado. This is a three-part event series that will include a trio of panels on the past, present and future of your business

Tuesday, February 26 - Past: Access to Capital: Funding options to start and grow your business,
Our February presentation will be dedicated to the first steps of starting your entrepreneurship journey. We will be discussing the intricacies of accessing loans and exploring funding options to start and grow your business.
 

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

Presentation

Thursday, February 28, 2019

State: CA

Please join the Latino Business Networking Group and Small Business Majority for a free and interactive presentation on the current small business funding landscape and funding options to help entrepreneurs and small business owners start and build a scalable business in California.

Topics of discussion include:

ELEVATE: A Procurement Symposium - Downey

Tabling

Thursday, February 28, 2019

State: CA

Join us for ELEVATE: A Procurement Symposium in Downey, CA!

ELEVATE takes a holistic approach to preparing diverse suppliers on how to compete for contracting opportunities with government agencies and corporate America. The program is designed to address the necessary attributes needed to take diverse suppliers to the next level.

Panels will include various government agencies and corporations addressing the following topics:

Women in Business Networking Lunch and Panel Discussion: Getting Your Business Ahead

Presentation

Friday, March 1, 2019

State: MO

In celebration of Women's History MonthSmall Business Majority and the St. Louis County Library Headquarters invites you to attend a luncheon and panel discussion on how to get your business ahead.

The event includes:

  • Networking with area businesswomen
  • Q & A panel discussion 
  • Two information sessions 

Information sessions include:

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