The Urban Districts Alliance will offer five free sessions based on topics important to the success of small businesses. The fourth session is scheduled for Monday, May 21, 2012 at 6 pm at Drury on C-Street Center at 233 E. Commercial Street. The topics covered in the fourth session will focus on “Impressing Your Banker/Financing Alternatives.” This session will be led by Isabel Eisenhauer, Business Consultant with the Missouri State Small Business & Technology Center.
Participants will be able to engage in a question and answer segment and will receive information on additional resources available. The sessions are free and available to all that are interested as a service provided by the Urban Districts Alliance. Advanced registration is requested to guarantee availability. These sessions are an important step in becoming eligible for the Business Incentive Loan Program offered by the Urban Districts Alliance and City of Springfield.
“The purpose of these sessions is to give small business owners the tools and knowledge necessary to succeed,” states Donnie Rodgers, Community Development Coordinator, “The Urban Districts Alliance is committed to helping small business owners thrive within Center City.”
Following sessions are planned as follows:
Monday, May 21- Impressing Your Banker/ Financing Alternatives with Isabel Eisenhauer, Small Business & Technology Center
Monday, June 4- Small Business Roundtable Discussion with Center City Business Owners
Funding for these sessions has been provided by the City of Springfield through the Community Development Block Grant program of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Please contact Donnie Rodgers at (417) 831-6200 or email@example.com for more information or to register.
The Urban Districts Alliance is an umbrella organization designed to provide leadership, programs and services to its downtown Springfield, Walnut Street, and the Commercial Street historic business districts.