How to do Business with Craft3

Date: Tuesday, Dec 11, 2012
Time: Noon - 1:30 p.m. (lunch provided)
Location: Chamber's office - VENUE CHANGE
1301 5th Ave., Seattle 98101
Members: $10
Non-Members: $10
Register: Click the online registration button or contact Larry Pike | (206) 389-7215
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How to do Business with Craft3
Get the financing you need


The Seattle Chamber is pleased to announce the second program in our series "How to do Business With...", a series designed to help small businesses connect and to do business with large corporations.

At this session, Sue Taoka, Executive Vice President with Craft3 will present a distinguished group of finance experts who will share their knowledge, insights and tips on how to "close the deal for a loan".

Craft3 is a non-profit community development financial institution with a mission to strengthen economic, ecological and family resilience in Pacific Northwest communities. They do this by providing loans and assistance to entrepreneurs, non-profits, individuals and others who don't normally have access to financing. They complement these financial resources with their expertise, networks and other advocacy services for their clients.

Meet the experts from Craft3 who will lead the following discussions:
  • Arnie Gunderson: Has your banked turned you down? Let's see what we can do.
  • Walter Acuna: Lending to start-ups - what you need to know
  • Carol Lee: Why is my lender asking for so much paper?
  • Andy Wolz: Consumer energy lending
  • Greg Bradley: What does credit mean?
  • Page Palmer: HR - share career and business opportunities with Craft3

Check out other sessions in this series
For more information on the "How to do Business with..." series, contact Regina Glenn at (206) 389-7340.
Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce
1301 5th Ave., Seattle, 98101

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