Starting and Financing Your Small Business Idea
A small business owner needs to consider things from several angles before making decisions. The choices that you implement today can have far-reaching consequences for your company years later. Small business financing can seem like a simple concept. Basically, it’s the capital that every business owner needs to start, run, and grow their small business. When you dive into the details, however—considering questions of how much you’ll need, what you’ll qualify for, and all of the business financing options that are available—it becomes more complicated. This workshop is highly recommended for all individuals interested in determining the feasibility of their business idea, planning to start or have recently started a small business, seeking a small business loan, or wanting to learn more about business planning. Topics of discussion will include entrepreneurship readiness, writing a business plan, sources of funds for start-up and expansion, and small business resources.
Speaker(s): Phillip Russo, Consultant, LSBDC at UL Lafayette Andre Higginbotham, VP Commercial Lending, CLB The Community Bank
*Registration for this event is ONLINE or by calling 337-482-6312* There is NO CHARGE for this event. Registration is required. After you register on our website, please also make sure you register yourself on Zoom. You will land on the Zoom registration page after registering for this webinar. The Zoom link will be sent out again two hours before the event.
Fee: No Cost