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Joseph: Funding Options for your Small Business – Behind the Scenes of a Lender

Get behind the scenes of a lender and learn about funding options for your small business!

Learn financing methods, how to get a business loan, what lenders look for, how U.S. Small Business Administration can help you and other resources in our free workshop through SBA! Presented by commercial loan officers, economic development lenders and an SBA representative.

Contact Lisa Dawson at [email protected] for more information.

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