Creative Ways to Fund your Business
Looking for options other than a standard bank loan? This workshop is a comprehensive view of all of your funding options, especially how you combine more than one funding option for your business launch or expansion.
This 1-hour Lunch-and-Learn workshop will cover:
- Recap of traditional lending options
- Friends and family investment
- Purchase order financing
- Product presales
- Risk factors of funding options
Taught by SBDC Business Advisor John DeGaetano
John DeGaetano is a former bank executive with a strong background in management and leadership. DeGaetano has extensive experience in administration, marketing, sales business planning, operations, project management and financial analysis.
John served as First Vice President and Regional Manager for a community bank in the Bay Area where he played a major role in the bank’s growth development. John, a graduate of Ohio University, earned the national designation Northern California’s State Star for his outstanding performance in assisting small businesses.
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