Webinar: Business Funding Made Easy
Join the NorCal SBDC Finance Center and the Sacramento District Office of the SBA for a free webinar to help your business access capital resources.
The NorCal SBDC Finance Center helps local businesses be better prepared for loan applications. This webinar will cover the available resources to help your start-up or existing business with:
- Business & Expansion Plans
- Financial Projections & Assumptions
- Matching Your Business to a Lender
- Loan Structuring and Packaging
- Knowing Your Lending Options (Debt & Equity)
- Communicating with Lenders to Tell Your Story
- Pitch Decks & Financial Modeling
- Crowdfunding & Alternative Funding Options
- Growth & Market Strategies
“SBA will also share information on federal small business programs and services available during the COVID-19 crisis. The presentation will cover the PPP loan forgiveness, Economic Injury Disaster Loan, standard SBA loan programs, federal contracting programs, small business webinar trainings, and one-on-one business counseling at no cost.”
July 27th 9-10:30AM
Advanced Registration Required
About the Presenters
Carrie Ellinwood from SBA’s Sacramento District Office will deliver the presentation. Created in 1953, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is the only cabinet-level federal agency fully dedicated to small businesses and provides counseling, capital, and contracting expertise as the nation’s only go-to resource and voice for small businesses.
Steve Roth is an experienced and well trusted financial lending specialist with the SBDC. Steve specializes in raising venture capital as well as private equity for large investments. Throughout Steve’s impressive and extensive career, he has acquired over 40 years of venture capital and private equity experience. Steve can provide knowledge in both early and late stage investing. Furthermore, Steve Roth has been able to raise over $1 billion for companies and clients. Steve is dedicated to continue to work with clients helping them to raise capital but also expand the potential financing partners and sources of funds.