Community Development

2011

 

Minority and Women Owned Small Business Forum

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Thu., February 3, 2011
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Charlotte Office, Charlotte, N.C.

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Overview

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond is hosting a one-day workshop to provide minority and women small business owners with the opportunity to access knowledge and resources to help their businesses succeed in this challenging business environment.

Sessions will include discussions on small business planning, financing and marketing. Attendees will also hear from various professional service providers and lenders who will provide information on real life challenges to accessing capital and share true success stories. The goal is to provide a comprehensive forum for learning, networking and problem solving for small businesses.

 

Audience

Minority and women owned small businesses, entrepreneurs, small business service providers, community development lenders, credit unions, financial institutions, local government entities and policy makers

Agenda

 

Resources/Presentations

Five Deadly Business Sins to Avoid, Chia-Li Chien

Marketing My Business Today, Eylisha Carr

The North Carolina Institute of Minority Economic Development

Carolinas Minority Supplier Development Council

Capital Opportunities for Small Businesses

Business Equity Loan Program

Video 1: Chia-Li Chien, CEO Chien Associates, Five Deadly Business Sins to Avoid

Video 2: N.C. State Treasurer Janet Cowell Addressing the Forum

Contact Us

Richmond

Community Development
(804) 697-8434