Event Details

Date: March 17, 2021
Time: 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm
Location: Online via Zoom
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March 17 is national #SBDCDay! What better way to celebrate small business than to provide sessions and advice on acquiring one of their most sought after resources: capital. Join us for a session run by SBDC capital specialists to learn about planning for how much you need to raise and how much you can generate from cash flow, sources of outside funds and their appropriateness for each stage of the business lifecycle, and preparation for applying with lenders for loans. We will also cover money management tips & tricks for when you have capital in hand.

Attendees will be able to:
Recognize various paths to capital
Understand next steps for raising capital and the appropriateness for their business
Plan their capital needs and how to manage capital for their business

Target Audience:
Small businesses looking to access capital
Small businesses planning to apply for capital
Small businesses exploring funding options that fit their business need

Cherrill Wilson is the Senior Associate Director with the Temple University Small Business Development Center (SBDC) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In addition to beginning her relationship with Temple as the SBDC Incubator Manager and Business Consultant, Wilson brings to the SBDC team over 20 years of financial service experience in banking and accounting services. She has worked as an accountant, bank auditor, senior credit analyst, and financial consultant. This accomplished businessperson holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from St. Joseph’s University, as well as a MBA in Urban Economic Development from Eastern University.

Karl Kraus is Senior Business Consultant with the Small Business Development Center and also Manager of the SBDC location at Temple University’s Ambler Campus. In his work with the SBDC he provides general business consulting and advising services to businesses in the Greater Philadelphia Region, with a focus on companies involved in manufacturing, new product and service development, and those firms commercializing new technologies. Karl is also an Adjunct Instructor in the Fox School’s Strategic Management Department, teaching courses related to entrepreneurship and management of small and early-stage companies. He holds a MBA in International Business from the Haub School of Business at Saint Joseph’s University and a BS in Chemistry from Ursinus College.Instructions: 

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