Team SBA Financing Roundtable

November 15, 2013 TEAM SBA Financing Roundtable – Livonia

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SBA Michigan District Office

Free SBA Roundtable on Small Business Lending

Schoolcraft College SBTDC – November 15

The U.S. Small Business Administration and the Michigan Small Business & Technology Development Center are pleased to offer a free TEAM SBA Roundtable on Small Business Lending at:
Schoolcraft College SBTDC
VisTaTech Center
18600 Haggerty Rd.
Livonia, MI  48152
November 15, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. to Noon.

The roundtable gives current or prospective small business owners insight into the SBA Guaranty Loan Program and the criteria used by loan officers to evaluate a loan request.  A team of experts will demystify the lending process, debunk the myths about SBA programs, and share real life examples of successful loan applicants.  The roundtable is taught by experienced lenders with expertise in small business and SBA financing. “What’s unique about the roundtable is the access to the SBA and small business lenders,” said Gerald Moore, Michigan SBA District Director.  “Every roundtable is different and each is tailored to the needs of the participants.  It’s a very interactive process and one of our top rated training events.”  Over 2,000 clients have attended the roundtables since 1998.  The roundtable is best suited to those seeking financing for their business, have good credit, a solid business idea, and some money to invest in the business.

For more information or to register online for this free seminar, visit
TEAM SBA or call 734.462.4438.  Please note: SBA does not provide loan guarantees to real estate investment companies and this topic will not be part of the discussion.

MISBTDC Logo The Michigan Small Business & Technology Development Center (MI-SBTDC) enhances Michigan’s economic well-being by providing counseling, training, research and advocacy for new ventures, existing small businesses and innovative technology companies.  With offices statewide, the MI-SBTDC positively impacts the economy by strengthening existing companies, creating new jobs, retaining existing jobs, and assisting companies in defining their path to success.

All SBA programs and services are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis.