Start off the New Year with The San Diego & Imperial Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network’s “Connecting with Capital Expo”. Partners include the City of Oceanside, The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce, SBA, GO-Biz and others.
Small business owners will learn from the experts what it takes to raise capital, how to access it from traditional and non-traditional lenders and where to find it all in one location at one time. They will find out about the SBA and state of California loan guarantee programs and how they help them obtain capital.
“The SBDC helped us secure a $1M loan toward the construction of our new organic citrus packing facility.” - Gina Dockstader, President, Doc’s Organics. There is no cost to small business owners for most SBDC services.
Attendees will meet locally elected legislators and find out how they help small business owners resolve issues and get results.
Small business owners will have the opportunity to meet with banks, non-traditional lenders and resource partners including: Pacific Western Bank, Regents Bank, San Diego & Imperial SBDC Network, Banner Bank, Chase Bank, Robertson Working Capital, Accion, CDC Small Business Financing, Primary Funding Corporation, Harvest Small Business Finance, California Southern, Bank of Southern California, SBA, Comerica Bank, California Department of Tax and Fee Administration, Wells Fargo Bank, Chase Bank, Bank of America, U.S. Bank, and more! These are subject to change.
WHEN, WHERE AND HOW:
Friday, January 25, 2018 from 9am–12:30pm – Registration and Networking Beginning at 8:30am
The Oceanside City Council Chambers, 300 North Coast Hwy, Oceanside CA 92054-2824
There Is No Fee To Attend – Register at http://www.sdivsbdc.org (Classes and Workshops)
The “Connecting with Capital Expo” is traveling throughout San Diego County to assist small business owners in raising capital to expand their companies and create local economic impact including creating jobs and revenue. Since the inception of the “Connecting with Capital Expo” in 2016 the San Diego and Imperial SBDC network has helped small business owners raise over $91M in capital. Small businesses interested in connecting with the SBDC, lenders and loans can visit www.sdivsbdc.org.