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Capital Crash Course

Fri 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM
Topic: Access to Capital

You NEED financing to grow your business. Do you know which type would best position you to succeed? Are you a candidate for a grant? Do you qualify for a loan? How much do you need? Do banks prefer centain business types? Should you consider crowdfunding? There are many financing methods available to fund your business. The key is to find the right fit for your business type, stage and need. Attend the 13th Annual Ohio SBDC Capital Crash Course and hear about grants, investing, crowd funding and directly from the lenders themselves on how best to determine your financial need, financing type and what you need to bring to the table for the lender's vault to open for you. This year's Capital Crash Course includes: Sessions on financing needed for each stage of your business: Seed/Pre-Venture, Start-Up, Growth and Maturity Financing considerations for International Trade Entreprenur/business owner financing testimonials Lunch Keynote featuring a hot new Columbus start-up discussing their financial business journey and how they are achieving success using multiple funding methods (announcement coming soon - we're so excited!) How to Get the Bank to Say Yes - Bank Panel of esteemed lenders known for supporting Columbus' small business owners 2017 Bonus! - Lender Matchmaker - Details coming soon! This event only happens once a year and this year will be our biggest and best yet. Don't miss it! Refreshments & Lunch Provided The Capital Crash Course 2017 is generously sponsored by Fifth Third Bank

To register for this event, please visit:

Fee: No Cost

Phone: 614-287-5294


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