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Small Business Breakthroughs - How to Grow Your Business with Renee Tyack

Thu 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Topic: Management/Leadership

A podcast style Q&A designed to dig into the topics that are impacting your business and keeping you up at night.

About this Event:

Join the Ohio Small Business Development Center in partnership with the Dublin Entrepreneurial Center for a podcast style Q&A designed to dig into the topics that are impacting your business and keeping you up at night.

Each edition of “Small Business Breakthroughs” will feature a timely discussion on trends, economic environment impacts in business, or business management tips and advice and more.

This session of “Small Business Breakthroughs” welcomes Renée Tyack, Vice President of Capital Plus, a division of United Capital Funding.

Issues to be discussed:

  • How to best fund small business grow.
  • The realities of accounts receivable financing and if it would work for your business.
  • How to best approach investors and what will peak their interest in your business.
  • The power of business certification and how to access government funding.
  • What is available in the market to help veterans launch and grow small businesses
  • And of course we will answer your questions.

Featured Guest: Renée Tyack, Capital Plus, a division of United Capital Funding

Renée Tyack has literally grown up in the cash flow business. Capital-Plus, established in 1992 by her father, specialized in helping businesses streamline their revenue cycle and balance cash flow via customized accounts receivable management and financing programs.

For 27 years, Capital-Plus, Inc. proudly served more than 1500 businesses, funded over $1 billion in capital to B2B companies nationwide, and retained valuable client relationships for multiple decades. In 2019, Renée successfully transitioned Capital Plus to become a division of United Capital Funding Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of Gulf Coast Bank & Trust.

As a division of United Capital Funding, Renée and her team at Capital Plus remain dedicated to working with founders and business owners nationwide, helping them access strategic working capital to achieve sustainable long-term growth. In addition, Capital Plus has successfully expanded into government contract finance with United Capital Funding’s support and expertise. Renée also serves as Managing Director at Golden Seeds, an investment firm focused on early-stage women led businesses. In addition, Mrs. Tyack serves on the Board of Directors of The Association for Corporate Growth Columbus Chapter and as interim co-director of The Risk Management Association of Central Ohio.Renée is a founding member of The Matriots, a political action committee supporting women candidates in Ohio. Additional active membership organizations include The Women Presidents’ Organization, The Angel Capital Association, The International Factoring Association, The Secured Finance Network, and The Turnaround Management Association.Renée holds a bachelor’s degree from Denison University, including a year of study in Paris, at The Sorbonne, Paris IV and Sciences Po. Renée has been featured in the 2009 Premiere Edition of The Women’s Book, Columbus CEO, The Columbus Dispatch, Business First, ForbesBook Radio, and a guest on B2B Radio with Mr. Biz.

Moderator: Michael Bowers, CBA, Director, Ohio SBDC at Columbus State

Michael Bowers is a business consultant and Director of the Ohio Small Business Development Center at Columbus State. Michael works closely with entrepreneurs and business owners assisting them in building their companies. He has a diverse business skill set with experience in banking, private equity, strategic planning, digital media and marketing.

Fee: No Cost

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