Access to Capital: Money to Mainstreet

Have you ever wondered what kind of capital and resources your business needs in order to succeed? Join us at Navy Pier for Access to Capital: Money to Mainstreet this Wednesday, May 22, and find out the answer to this question and more!

During this one-day conference, you’ll learn what banks are really looking for, discover a variety of funding options available to your business, meet one-on-one with a loan officer, and gain access to community resources that specialize in helping small businesses in Chicago.

Access to Capital is organized by the Los Angeles-based Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp., a leading provider of credit building and credibility solutions for businesses. The products Dun & Bradstreet offer are used by tens of thousands of companies interested in protecting their business reputations so we assure you that you’ll be in very capable hands during the conference.

The Access to Capital panels will include presentations on getting traditional loans in today’s economy, alternative funding and whether it’s the right route for your business, strategies for startups, and crowd-funding success stories and how this model could work for you.

The Town Square area will allow guests to partake in roundtables as well as one-on-ones with a variety of lenders and legal and business advisors. Specialized communities will also be on hand to advise start-ups and small businesses on how to access capital and where to obtain legal advice in a comfortable and modern Main Street setting.

Additionally, a Town Hall area will give conference goers the chance to attend informative panel sessions covering topics like the ins-and-outs of lending opportunities and local services.

If you’re attending, definitely make sure you leave yourself some time to enjoy the Pier. We’ve got great shopping, dining, and entertainment options that will make your day complete!

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