Lending Panel: Practical Strategies to Get Access to Funding
Get answers to critical questions you need to get access to low-cost funding with the flexibility to grow your business. We’ve brought together some of the leading business lenders so you can find out how to:
Improve your chances of getting a loan.
Prepare your financials for better rates and terms without the hassle.
Separate personal credit from business credit – so your savings, home, and cars aren’t at risk.
Leverage small business lending and incentive options that most entrepreneurs don’t know exist.
Negotiate better terms and conditions that are best for you and your business.
Robin R. Haynes (moderator), MBA, RFC, Business Advisor & Financial Strategist, RobinRHaynes.com
Diana Lynn Emmanuel, Small Business Manager, MECU
Kevin Wiley, Branch Leader/Vice President, Truist
Lee Tillery II, Commercial Lending / Business Relationship Officer, SECU
11:00 – 11:25 am
Robin R. Haynes
Diana Lynn Emmanuel
11:25 – 11:35 am BREAK
Alternative Funding Options: How to Get Access to Capital from Non-Traditional Lenders
Even if you don’t do business with traditional lenders, it’s worth considering alternative lending options to get access to much-needed funding. Discover whether alternative funding options and micro-loans may be right for you and your business in this eye-opening session. Get answers to critical questions including:
What alternative funding options are available for business owners – even start-ups?
How do alternative funding options differ from traditional bank loans?
What are the eligibility criteria?
How do the rates and terms differ from traditional loans?
Are there alternative funding options that do not require collateral?
Patricia Marshall (moderator), Small Business Advisor, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses
Clarence Campbell, EVP of Sales, Lendistry
Watchen Harris Bruce, President & CEO, Baltimore Community Lending
11:00 – noon