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Cancelled: Expanding Access to Capital for BIPOC Businesses in NH & VT

BIPOC entrepreneurs often encounter difficulties accessing funding for their businesses as the traditional requirements to obtain loan approvals are unobtainable.

Pathways to Entrepreneurship: Expanding Access to Capital for BIPOC Businesses in NH & VT

February 15, 2024 | 8:00 am - 2:00 pm at the Hilton Garden Inn, Lebanon NH

BIPOC entrepreneurs often encounter difficulties accessing funding for their businesses as the traditional requirements to obtain loan approvals are unobtainable. Reliance on credit scores and collateral such as owning a home can create barriers for entrepreneurs, despite having the knowledge, skill and drive to own their business.  Lendistry has successfully financed new businesses using non-traditional programs that create more equity in lending.

SESSIONS:

> 8:00 am - 10:00 am  Coffee & Networking for BIPOC Entrepreneurs - New business owners or those interested in starting a business are invited to network and learn from our speaker Lendistry on how to access capital to start or expand a business. Lenders also invited to participate and meet entrepreneurs.

> 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Keynote Lunch - Speakers from Lendistry will discuss alternative lending criteria models that remove barriers to accessing capital for BIPOC-owned businesses.

REGISTER TO ATTEND TODAY! 🔗 https://form.jotform.com/UVBA/pathways-to-entrepreneurship

Coordinated by the Upper Valley BIPOC Business Support Partnership: Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship, Grafton Regional Development Corporation, Tuck School of Business, Upper Valley BIPOC Network, and Upper Valley Business Alliance.

Date & Time

February 15, 2024

8:00AM - 2:00PM

Location

Hilton Garden Inn Hanover Lebanon - 35 Labombard Road, Lebanon, NH, 03766 35 Labombard Road Lebanon 03766 NH US

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More Info

Event Website

603-448-1203

Entrepreneurs $0 -$25, Lenders $60 pp, $275 - $500 tables

Seminars & Training BIPOC Entrepreneurs BIPOC Businesses Networking

Participating Businesses

Upper Valley Business Alliance

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