Financing Your Business

  • Click Workspace 9 1/2 Market Street Northampton, MA, 01060 United States

Join Callie Niezgoda, a loan officer at Common Capital, at Click Workspace for a workshop about options for funding your new or growing business.

Are you looking to start or grow your business?  Maybe you are not quite sure of your options, or if you are truly ready.  Common Capital presents “Financing your Small Business”, a workshop that will address those uncertainties.  The presentation will provide information on SBA, traditional bank, and non-traditional financing options available to small businesses.  You will receive details on what lenders look for in loan clients, as well as documents you should be familiar with and prepare when seeking financing.  Sometimes the most beneficial part of this workshop is a Q&A session to address your specific questions, which will follow the presentation.  

About Common Capital: 

Common Capital is a community loan fund and non-profit organization that is committed to a thriving local economy in order to create opportunity for low-income individuals and positive social and community impacts.  We align capital and other resources to community needs and opportunities and accomplish this by providing financing and assistance to small businesses and community projects.

Every dollar that Common Capital deploys is an investment in job creation, providing opportunity for low-income people, essential community services, neighborhood rejuvenation and environmental sustainability.  We focus on businesses that are locally owned and that recirculate local dollars.

About Callie:

Callie Niezgoda is a loan officer at Common Capital, where she has worked with and successfully financed small businesses over the last four years.  During her time at Common Capital, she has worked with an incredible amount of start-up and existing businesses in various industries and business models.  If you are wondering what your financing options are as an entrepreneur or small business, she can point you in the right direction.

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Sponsored by Common Capital