The U.S. Black Chambers Community Economic Development Corporation (USBC CEDC), in partnership with the Texas African American Chambers of Commerce, will hold a free Capital Pathways workshop for minority and women entrepreneurs on commercial lending and equity investment options, contracting matchmaking, and credit consultations to build wealth. It is a nationwide event coming here to Dallas, TX, on April 7, 2017 at Paul Quinn College, 3837 Simpson Stuart Rd. Doors open at 9:30am; event begins at 10:00am. Registration for the event can be found here:
Attendees should be minority business owners with at least 1 year in business and $100,000 in revenue. During our event, US Black Chambers will also have a matchmaking session for business owners to meet with various service providers such as mentors, attorneys, accountants, bankers, etc. for a brief one-on-one session to get advice at the event.
The organization also invites those professionals with the appropriate expertise to participate in the matchmaking session in order to provide accounting, business, legal, or banking advice to the business owners. If possible, it would be ideal if these professionals also provide pro bono followup services to the business owners for a limited time after the event. More information about our organization can be found at www.usblackchambers.org or www.usbcfoundation.org.