Thursday, October 8, 2009

Small Business Financing Options - hosted by Congressman Dent

We received this the other day and wanted to share with you all.  Given the recent economic difficulties, it is much harder for entrepreneurs that are looking to start or expand small businesses to obtain the credit and financing that they need to get started.  As such, interested parties need more information and assistance than ever.  See the information below for more:


U.S. Congressman Charles Dent hosts:
Small Business Financing Options
Presented by The U. S. Small Business Administration   
Are you looking for financing to start or expand your small business?
If so, come to this FREE workshop to learn all about financial assistance programs from Federal Agencies, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and National and Local Lenders.
Presenters include:
Michael Kane, U.S. Small Business Administration
Kim Edwards, Lehigh Small Business Development Center
Dan Hilbert, Lafayette Ambassador Bank
John Kingsley, Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation
Sue Malone, Superior Financial Group
Tony Ceballos, U.S. Export Assistance Center
Two Dates for Your Convenience:
Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Time: 6:00pm-9:00pm
Place: Lehigh Carbon Community College, Alumni Center
4525 Education Park Dr., Schnecksville, PA 18078
Date: Thursday, November 5, 2009
Time: 6:00pm-9:00pm
Place: Northampton Community College, Fowler Center Room 605,
511 East Third Street, Bethlehem, PA 18015
Cost: The seminars are free, however you must pre-register as space is limited
To Register: Please email or fax Megan Everett,, Fax: 610-861-9308
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Business Loans said...

Not every small business can qualify for a bank loan, especially today. There are other options businesses can look into other than the traditional bank loan or a SBA loan. One good alternative is a unsecured business loan. It is a great alternative to the traditional bank loan that so many cannot obtain.

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