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Seminar gives out tips during National Small Business Week

The Southwest ISBDC is hosting a seminar for small business owners to learn tips on how to prepare for a loan and increase the chances of success. 

Eric Armacost, Lender Relations Specialist for the U.S. Small Business Administration and Gary Huff, Sr., Loan Officer for Premier Capital Corporation will explore financial and technical assistance available to your business.

This seminar will cover what you need to take with you when you meet with a lender, and the reality about grants. In addition, learn how the SBA, ISBDC and SCORE can help entrepreneurs start stronger, grow faster and work smarter.

The seminar will be on Wednesday, June 19 at 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. It will be at 318 Main Street on the fourth floor.

This seminar is free to all participants but seating is limited. Attendees must RSVP to reserve a seat by logging onto the isbdc.org or contacting Vicki Schmitt at 812-425-7232.

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