Meeting Archive:
Money Now, Money Later: Financial Education for Small Business

Meeting Description:
Join us for a free webinar in partnership with Nav for small businesses and entrepreneurs on how to get the capital you need now and build lasting wealth. We will cover financing topics that for many entrepreneurs can be a barrier to long term growth and success: small business credit, alternative financing and retirement planning. 
Topics of discussion include:
  • How to build and leverage business credit 
  • Key ways business credit differs from personal credit
  • Steps you can take now to build business credit 
  • An overview of alternative financing, including microloans, SBA's loans, reputable online lenders
  • Questions for entrepreneurs to consider when seeking funding
  • A summary of common workplace-based retirement plans
  • Helpful tools and resources
A question and answer period will follow. 
For more information about funding options, visit our Small Business Access to Capital Resource Portal
Date: Tue, Aug 15, 2017
Time: 11:00 AM PDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Small Business Majority
 Presenter Information
Gerri Detweiler, Head of Education - Nav
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Gerri Detweiler’s passion is helping individuals cut through credit confusion. She’s written five books, including  her latest, Finance Your Own Business. Her articles have been widely syndicated and she’s been interviewed in over 3000 news stories. She serves as Head of Market Education for Nav. 
About Nav
Nav is the first and only site to give free access to credit reports and scores specifically for small business owners, including both business and personal credit reports, cash-flow analysis, tools to help build business credit and a marketplace.

Rhea Aguinaldo, Northern CA Outreach Manager - Small Business Majority
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Rhea Aguinaldo manages Small Business Majority's outreach and education efforts in Northern California. In this role, Rhea delivers education to small business owners on a wide range of topics, including access to capital, retirement and healthcare. She also monitors regional trends and policy impacting entrepreneurs and the self-employed, and fosters relationships with business owners, organizations and policymakers.
Previously, Rhea worked at the National Asian American Coalition where she led statewide advocacy and managed technical assistance programs for minority-owned businesses in underserved communities. Rhea's passion for small business stems from her parents, entrepreneurial immigrants who each started their own business when she was young.