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Virginia SBDC

Financing Your Business, Part 2: Business Capital Loans

Wed 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Facilitated by Central Virginia SBDC
Topic: Financing

Do you need capital to expand your Business?

Learn how to get a loan that works for you!

Join First Citizens Bank, the Central Virginia SBDC and the Community Investment Collaborative (CIC) for Part 2 of Financing Your Business.  In this workshop, we'll explore the options available for businesses to raise capital for expansion and growth.  We will cover business vs personal capital and how to find the right debt capital option for your business.

Speakers include:

Bryan Thomas, Senior Vice President at First-Citizens Bank & Trust Company.  First Citizens specializes in small business loans, offering microloans to meet everyday needs all the way to multi-million dollar loans.  The Bank also offers specialty loans, including SBA loans, and has helped nearly 23,000 clients access the Paycheck Protection Program funding.

Rebecca Haydock, Director of the Central Virginia SBDC. Rebecca has over 20 years of experience advising, starting, growing and financing primarily technology-based businesses. She is an angel investor, strategic advisor, and mentor - and at the CVSBDC, works with businesses to build operational infrastructure for growth with an emphasis on acquiring human and financial assets.

Stephen Davis, President of the Community Investment Collaborative (CIC).  Stephen brings a decade of experience in organization building, management, consulting and education. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Finance and Master’s degree in Education from James Madison University. Since joining CIC, Stephen has expanded CIC's microloan loan fund and loan services and built partnerships with numerous community groups to improve opportunities for under-resourced entrepreneurs in the region.

Hosted by First Citizens Bank & Trust Company, the Community Investment Collaborative, and the Central Virginia SBDC

Fee: No Cost

U.S. Small Business Administration, George Mason University, and America's SBDC

All programs of the Virginia SBDC are open to the public on a non-discriminatory basis.
Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance.
Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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