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Small Business Majority invites you to their webinar

Access to Capital for Small Businesses and Self-Employed

About this webinar

Douglas County Early Childhood Council (DCECC) and Small Business Majority invite you to join us for a FREE workshop to learn about access to capital for small businesses and the self-employed. Through a presentation and interactive discussion, we will help you navigate the funding landscape and connect you with resources to help you obtain the capital you need to start and/or grow your business. 

Topics of discussion include:

  • An overview of alternative lending options including community banks and credit unions, SBAs loan guarantee program, community development financial institutions, and reputable online lenders
  • An overview of Covid-19 funding streams including PPP, EIDL, and new state grant and loan programs
  • Key questions to consider when seeking funding
  • Helpful tools and resources

Hosted by

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    Lindsey Vigoda Colorado Outreach Manager @ Small Business Majority

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    Small Business Majority

    Small Business Majority is a national small business advocacy organization, founded and run by small business owners to ensure America's entrepreneurs are a key part of a thriving and inclusive economy.

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    Hunter Railey Colorado Director @ Small Business Majority

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    Sandra Gregory Director @ Douglas County Early Childhood Council (DCECC)

    Sandra Gregory has served as the DCECC Director since 2008. She acts as the liaison for the community, state, and early childhood partnerships. Sandra has a BA in Communications, MS in Health Administration and experience in marketing, community relations, fundraising, and nonprofit management.

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    Angela Rosales President @ Douglas County Child Care Association

    Angela Rosales has worked on behalf of communities in her licensed family childcare home for almost 30 years. She currently supports and advocates for peers, as president of Douglas County Child Care Association and as a legislative committee member of Colorado Association of Family Child Care.

Small Business Majority

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