Viscount Suite Hotel 4855 E. Broadway Blvd. Tucson 85711
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Join us for breakfast and conversation about today's pressing business topics with today's business and political leaders.
Most business analysts agree that the most pressing issue for small business today is accessing capital. Want to learn about the types of loans now available, where to access them and how to process a loan package? Need help determining your eligibility to get a loan from a commercial bank or second tier lender? Join us at Arizona Speaks for a great breakfast and answers to your financial questions....over easy!
Guest panelists include:
Ellen Kirton, Director Pima & Santa Cruz Counties’ SBDC Center
Karen Burns, SBDC Business Analyst
Karen Burns, Business Analysts, Pima & Santa Cruz Counties’ Small Business Development Center
Ellen and Karen together have invested more than 70 years in the banking & financial industry – Ellen as a senior vice president and business banking manager at Bank One/Chase and Karen as a corporate underwriter, portfolio manager and litigation manager at various institutions.
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