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Business Resource Fair

Thu 12:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Topic: Business Basics

The WBCNC is bringing small business owners their desired business resource needs to start or scale a business all in one place at one time! Think of it like a job fair, but for business owners! Within a few hours you can meet several diverse business resource supporters such as banks, government agencies and more! These organizations can help you with obtaining finances, managing and analyzing finances, business planning, business startup, industry analysis and so much more!

The day will be filled with five different sessions focused on small business start-up, financial structuring, 8A & HUB certifications, and access to capital. Join us for a one hour session or come to them all!

Mingle with like-minded entrepreneurs/business owners and network with local industry experts that can assist the growth of your business. Our goal is to help the time limited entrepreneur, receive access to this golden information all in one day!

Talk about fast tracking your business! Take this day to grow your small business!

Event Schedule 11:30AM - Doors Open 11:50 AM - Welcome 12:00 PM - WBCNC Business Startup Foundations 12:45 PM -Session Q&A (15 mins) 1:00 PM - Institute Capital - Small Business Funding 1:45 PM - Session Q&A (15 mins) 1:50 PM - Break / Grab & Go Lunch 2:00 PM - NCDOA : HUB Certification Training 2:45 PM - Session Q&A (15 mins) 3: 00 PM – SBA: 8A Certification Training (All cert's will be covered) 4:45 PM -Session Q&A (15 mins) 5:00 PM - Small Business Resource Networking

Speaker(s): Tianna Leger, Denise Cooper, Carla Copes, William Taylor and more!

Co-Sponsor(s): SBA, The National Institute, ICAP, & NCDOA

In person event; Masks optional.

Fee: No Cost


Durham Tech SBC
Chesterfield Building
701 W. Main St. Durham, NC 27701

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