Calling All Entrepreneurs and Business Owners

I recently attended an event for small business owners and people who are looking to start their own business.  It was sponsored by The Executives Profit and American Chartered Bank.   The goal of the event was to take businesses and individuals from where they are to where they want to be.

The Executives Profit consults with small and startup companies.  American Chartered Bank is in business to loan money.  That is why they are there. They have monthly seminars that are about 90 minutes long and are also inexpensive.  For only $20 you can listen to experts discuss different topics important to business owners, and do some networking before and after the presentations.

The seminar I attended was titled “Funding your business for growth.”  The panel included a representative from The Executives Profit, American Chartered Bank, and  two other financial companies. While the bank wants a strong history and collateral, the other financial institutions are willing to take more of a risk on the person, product, or service, taking into account such factors as integrity, honesty, and a solid business plan.

The discussions included different types of debt, what you might need to qualify for a loan, and when you might want to take out a loan.  It was an interactive meeting with strong opinions dealing with real situations.

The bottom line was that money is available.  The question was how much do you want to pay for it?

These seminars are held monthly, but there is limited seating.  To find out about them you can go to the calendar on The Executives Profit’s website.

If you are the entrepreneurial type, currently a business owner, or thinking about starting your own company, I would strongly recommend attending these seminars.  You might be surprised what you can learn.


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