Dun & Bradstreet has initiated a timely capital formation initiative for small businesses. Access to Capital - Money to Main Street is an event tour that will bring together regional providers of funding for small businesses and start-ups.
Economic recovery is combining with technology to energize innovations in small business funding options. Money to Main Street looks to promote the numerous funding options that are open to small businesses. Crowd-funding, micro-lending, asset financing, leasing, community bank loans, credit unions and traditional venture capital channels are a few of the many options available for small business funding. Each channel offers distinct terms and advantages that match a funding option to the specific situation of a small business.
The Money to Main Street campaign will bring together the stakeholders and providers of local funding alternatives to make owners aware of options to get capital flowing into the segment. The tour kicks off in Phoenix on the 26th of March.
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Sum2 has no commercial affiliation to any of the sponsors of this event.
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