Accion Hosts Keys to Business Success on June 27th in San Bernardino
Above: Accion’s Chief Strategy Officer Valery Belloso addresses the crowd about business financing at an resource event last year.
San Bernardino, CA – Accion, a nonprofit microlender, is bringing its signature resource event, Keys to Business Success, to the Inland Empire. This event for small business owners will take place on Thursday, June 27, from 9 a.m. to noon at The 320 Premier Hall in San Bernardino.
The round-table style event will feature five presentations from various business experts. Attendees will meet in small breakout groups with experts of their choosing for three 35-minute sessions. Between each small group session, attendees will have the chance to network with other entrepreneurs. The topics include:
- Marketing Strategies that Work
- Financing for Business Success
- ABCs of Starting a Business
- Build Your Business Dream Team: Banker, Accountant, Attorney
- To Increase Sales or Decrease Costs: Financial Statements How-To
The event will feature a robust networking fair with participation from other local partners such as the Small Business Development Center, the Inland Empire Women’s Business Center and NPHS.
The event aims to empower entrepreneurs by providing valuable information to grow or start their business ventures and get connected with the right resources that can support their efforts.
The event is generously sponsored by City National Bank and will include free breakfast from an Accion-funded business and free parking. To register for Keys to Business Success, visit: KeysSB.eventbrite.com.
Accion, serving Imperial, Riverside, San Bernardino, and San Diego counties, is a nonprofit, mission-based microlender dedicated to connecting entrepreneurs with the accessible financing and resources it takes to create or grow healthy businesses. By providing loans up to $75,000, it creates opportunity for increased income, economic stability and employment. For more information on Accion, visit us.accion.org. To contact Accion’s local office in San Bernardino County, call 951-206-6299 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.