SBA Loans- Soup to Nuts!

SBA Loans- Soup to Nuts!

How to Get an SBA Loan for your Business, from Soup to Nuts!

This workshop is free and open to anyone, but you must register (see Tickets button below). We need to know how many attendees to expect, and we will cancel workshops without enough enrollment. If you have trouble registering, please call OfficeXpats, 206-780-2177.

Want to borrow money for your business? Looking to get your ideas off the ground or expand when the opportunity arises? 

Financing is more complicated today than it used to be—and because of all the different options available, it requires a more savvy borrower than ever before. Come to this presentation hosted by Accelerate Kitsap to hear local lenders and an SBA lending specialist discuss which financing options are right for different types of businesses and how to maximize your chances of getting approved. Cut through the red tape and go for the goal! 

This presentation will also be helpful for business consultants who work with businesses on financing and loans.

 Our panelists:

Mark Costello, Deputy District Director, SBA Seattle. As DDD, Mark Costello acts as the District Director’s senior adviser and assists in overseeing the delivery of SBA programs and services throughout most of Washington state and northern Idaho. He has been with the SBA since 1987.

Janie Sacco, VP and SBA Loan Officer, Kitsap Bank. She has 26 years of SBA lending experience, including extensive experience with the 7(a) and 504 lending programs.

Steve Milles, VP, Wells Fargo Business Banking.

Sam Kerley, Wells Fargo Bank, SBA Lending Division

Get Tickets Add to Calendar 05-08-2018 12:00:00 05-08-2018 13:00:00 SBA Loans- Soup to Nuts! Panel presentation on SBA loans, with an SBA lending specialist and lenders from several local banks Tuesday 5/8/2018 at noon 403 Madison Ave N, Ste 240 Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 OfficeXpats false MM-dd-YYYY

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