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Meet the Lender 2018

Fri 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Topic: Financing and Capital

Are you looking for funds to grow your business? Do you need to buy equipment, hire employees, implement your marketing strategy or meet payroll while you acquire new customers? The process of creating a funding proposal can be daunting. And then there’s finding a lender who fits. Lenders can be as varied as the businesses they partner with. Researching the right lender who is interested in your project can also take time that could be spent growing your business. Wouldn’t it be great to meet 10 or more lenders in an environment designed to provide you with the information you need to get financed? Join LSBDC GNOR in an open forum to discuss what it takes to access the capital you need to grow. Meet the area lenders ready to finance your small business. Obtain information about credit and other requirements necessary to fund your growth opportunity and expand your operations. Learn what it takes to create a winning funding proposal! - 10+ Area Lenders Represented - One-to-One with Lenders - Learn what it takes to create a winning funding proposal On site check-in and registration begins at 8:30AM. Morning refreshments will be served.

Speaker(s): LSBDC and Various Area Lenders

Co-Sponsor(s): Xavier University Division of Business, Trufund Financial, Biz Capital BIDCO, ASI Credit Union, Fidelity Bank, JEDCO, Gulf Coast Bank & Trust, Capital One Bank, Regions Bank, Community Business Finance, Community CDC, SBA, Hancock Whitney Bank, Campus Federal Credit Union

It is important to register online to ensure an easy onsite check-in. Please register all attendees for your company separately.

Fee: No Cost


Xavier University
Convocation Center Annex - Room 111
3775 Fern Street, New Orleans, LA 70125
Call Toll Free: 1- (866)-782-4159

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