0552-007 COLUMBUS Finding the Financing Fit for Your Business

Finding the Financing Fit for Your Business

DATE
Friday, October 18th
COST
$ 0.00
FORMAT
Webinar
TOPIC
Access to Capital

ABOUT THIS PROGRAM

Discover the right financing path for your small business in our one-hour webinar, Finding the Financing Fit for Your Small Business.

Delve into the array of funding options available in 2024, from traditional funding to alternative options. This session guides you through these choices, providing actionable insights and expert advice to help you make informed decisions. Gain clarity on navigating the complexities of financing, empowering you to drive your business toward financial success in the upcoming year. This session will help you identify potential pitfalls and learn proactive measures to overcome obstacles, ensuring a smoother financing process for your small business.

Starts in 4 months!

LEARN HOW TO:

  • Distinguish between traditional and emerging funding models, enabling better decision-making for your business's financial health.
  • Analyze and align specific financing solutions with your business's unique requirements. 
  • Assess the feasibility of different options and select the most suitable financing fit to fuel your business growth.
  • Navigate the complexities and challenges associated with securing funding 

PROGRAM DETAILS

Friday, October 18, 2024
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Cost: $0.00
Webinar

This is a Zoom webinar. Upon registration, you will receive your Zoom link via email. 

PROGRAM PARTNERS

We would like to thank Wells Fargo for their generous support of this program.

Wells Fargo

PROGRAM INSTRUCTORS

Thomas Credle

Thomas Credle is a Business Consultant at the UGA SBDC in Columbus. He has extensive experience in banking and finance having served as a retail banking manager, credit analyst, commercial underwriter, commercial lender, business services manager, and vice president of commercial lending. Furthermore, he has experience working with several different types of lending intuitions including local, regional, and national banks as well as credit unions.

Thomas also brings experience with multiple types of capital ranging from debt, mezzanine, private equity, municipal bond, and nonrecourse financing & securitization, having worked as the CFO of a multi-state hotel developer and operator.

Hosting Center: UGA Small Business Development Center in Columbus
A Public Service and Outreach unit of the University of Georgia, funded through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All programs of the UGA 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. Contact Brandy Offenback at [email protected] or call (706) 569-2651