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Upcoming Access to Capital Events

Mid-Year Marketing Summit


Thursday, August 16, 2018

State: CA

Join the University of La Verne SBDC at the second annual Mid-Year Marketing Summit. Come network and learn about the latest trends in marketing from Facebook. Google, and Yelp, as well as Federal, State, & local resources available to assist you in starting and growing your business. 

Grow Smart: Wealth Building Tactics for Small Business Owners


Tuesday, August 21, 2018

State: CA

Join the SBDC-East LA Iniative and Small Business Majority for a free interactive event to help you navigate your retirement options and discover wealth building tactics for your small business. We will also conduct a brief overview of California's state-run retirement program, CalSavers.
Entrepreneurship is a path to wealth and prosperity. However, it’s important to remember that wealth is not just income—it also includes financial assets like stocks or bank accounts and non-financial assets like cars and property. 

Workshop: Women and Their Finances


Wednesday, August 22, 2018

State: IL

Join AARP, the US Securities and Exchange Commission and Small Business Majority for workshops on financing for women. In addition to interactive discussions on saving, investing and predatory lending, Geri Aglipay, National Manager of Women's Entrepreneurship at Small Business Majority, will discuss access to capital and wealth building tactics for both current and aspiring women entrepreneurs.

Workshop Dates:  August 22 

  • RSVP for August 22 at aarp.cvent.com/FINANCEWomen  

Workshop Agenda: 9:30 am Registration; 10:30 am - Noon Program

Join the Crowd: Basics of Crowdfunding for Small Business


Thursday, August 23, 2018

State: National Event

Thinking about starting a crowdfunding campaign to fund your venture or your next great idea?

Crowdfunding is an innovative fundraising alternative that marries social media and finance, opening up new options for entrepreneurs to raise capital for their businesses.

Small Business Community Learning Series - Session 1: Access to Capital and the Small Business Borrower's Bill of Rights


Wednesday, August 29, 2018

State: MO

Small Business Majority and the St. Louis County Library invite you, the small business community, to a three-part learning series. 

Session 1: Access to Capital and the Small Business Borrower's Bill of Rights
Learn about alternative funding opportunities for small businesses, personal and business credit building and how to avoid predatory practices.

Session 2: Wealth Building Tactics for Small Business Owners