Community Development

2010

 

The State of Small Business: Addressing the Financing Needs of Small Businesses

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Tue., November 16, 2010
8:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Midlands Technical College, Northeast Campus, Center of Excellence for Technology, Columbia, S.C.

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Overview

In recognition of the important role small businesses and entrepreneurship play in our economy, The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, along with the South Carolina Department of Commerce and other regional partners, are sponsoring a forum to discuss small business financing needs, share promising practices and identify unique strategies moving forward.

The forum will highlight regional as well as national themes in credit access and technical support for small businesses. A diverse set of speakers representing the private, public and nonprofit financial sectors will engage participants in a dynamic dialogue about strategic responses to the needs of the small business community.

 

Audience

Financial institutions and small business service providers.

Agenda

 

Resources/Presentations

Tracking South Carolina Out of the Recession, Richard Kaglic, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

Addressing the Financing Needs of Small Businesses: A Capstone Forum Highlighting Findings from the Federal Reserve System Series

Addressing the Financing Needs of Small Businesses: Summary of Key Themes from the Federal Reserve System's Small Business Meeting Series

Economic Brief, October 2010, No. 10-10

New York Fed's Small Business Shows Evidence of Credit Demand

Small Business Employment in the Fifth District and the Impact of Recessions, Robert H. Schnorbus

South Carolina Chamber of Commerce

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