Small Business Administration (SBA) Small Business Lender/Borrower Matchmaking Event Small Business Administration (SBA) sent this bulletin at 04/20/2017 10:50 AM EDT SBA Houston District Office National Small Business Week Lender/Borrower Matchmaking Event Join the Houston District Office at the SBA Small Business Lender/Borrower Matchmaking Event hosted by Houston Community College. WHO: Representatives from banks and credit unions will be on hand to meet with existing and start-up business owners to discuss funding options. WHAT: A one-stop forum for business owners and entrepreneurs to: • Pitch financing needs to multiple lenders in one-on-one 15 min. sessions (speed dating format) • Learn more about lending requirements • Access information on SBA Certification programs and government contracting • Access free small business counseling with SCORE, Small Business Development Center (SBDC) & Women’s Business Center (WBC) WHEN: Friday, May 5, 2017 TIME: 8:30 a.m. Registration 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Matchmaking meetings WHERE: Houston Community College Spring Branch The Commons Bldg (next to Murphy’s Deli) 1010 W. Sam Houston Pkwy. N, Houston, TX 77043 COST: FREE, but registration is required BRING (if available): • Financial Information & Credit Score • Business Plan • A “One Page” Pitch- key points, analysis, & forecast of business For help with these items, contact SCORE For help with these items, contact SBDC, www.sbdcnetwork.uh.edu, SCORE, www.houston.score.org, or WBC www.wbea-texas.org/wbc CONTACT: Valerie Nguyen at email@example.com 713-773-6516 or Sonia Maldonado...Read More
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Kauffman Foundation Vice President of Entrepreneurship, Victor Hwang, Spoke at the event on Feb. 16. Here are additional links: To the speeches and report To the Zero Barriers to Startup campaign 2017 State of Entrepreneurship Address: Zero Barriers Victor Hwang Vice President, Entrepreneurship Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation February 16, 2017 Wendy mentioned that we are launching the Zero Barriers movement today. But what do we mean when we say “Zero Barriers to Startup”? If we truly believe that everyone has a fundamental right to turn an idea into an economic reality, regardless of who you are or where...Read More
The Department of Business Assistance (DBA) serves Texas businesses and communities and works to strengthen their competitiveness by promoting international trade, foreign direct investment, business retention and expansion (BRE), as well as small business advocacy and entrepreneurial support. TRADE & EXPORTS As the top exporting state in the nation for 14 consecutive years, Texas, with over $251 billion in exports for 2015, continues to be the leader in international trade. With its unique combination of strategic location, the largest U.S. rail and road infrastructure, the most U.S. ports of entry, a multilingual workforce twice the national average, a vibrant...Read More
State Energy Conservation Office Programs State Energy Conservation Office Programs LoanSTAR Revolving Loan Program ( 10 Tex. Gov. Code §2305.032): LoanSTAR Revolving Loan Program provides financing of energy and water efficiency measures for public facilities. Borrowers that receive a LoanSTAR loan repay the principal of and interest on the loan from the energy savings that result from the energy-related cost-reduction retrofits. Borrowers may include state agencies, universities, and political subdivisions. Retrofitted buildings have has saved taxpayers more than $385 million and have prevented the release of 9,644 tons of nitrogen oxides (NOx), 3.0 million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2)...Read More
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