Business Funding Factory, Session One
Tuesday, October 15, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, United States
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Our first session focuses on essential accounting principles and bookeeping systems. In addition we will talk about the importance of credit for small businesses as they seek debt financing, addressing when it is and isn’t a significant factor, reviewing personal credit basics and introducing strategies to improve it. Finally, we will review and practice the concept of the business pitch, and provide an overview of topics in the business funding factory series.
San Francisco LGBT Community Center, Third Floor, Room 301
For more information, please contact Nick Wolff, Manager of Small Business Services
When & Where
Business Funding Factory 2013-2014
The San Francisco LGBT Community Center’s Small Business Services Program empowers entrepreneurs at any stage, from pre-startup to expansion. We offer free, one-on-one technical assistance, collaborative workshops, an innovative, credit-building microloan program, pre-loan advising and loan packaging, small business mentorship and referrals to our vast small business development network. Our small business expert provides individualized advice, a needs assessment and the development of an action plan that supports business planning, market strategy, financial modeling, networking opportunities, funding efforts and more. To learn more contact Jacob Gelfand, Manager of Small Business Services at the Center, firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-865-5645.