Coastal Women’s Ventures
Coastal Women’s Ventures is a collaborative program with the Carolina Small Business Development Fund focused on creating and supporting small business opportunities for women entrepreneurs through business coaching, mentoring, small business education, and connecting participants to loan capital.
NEXT WORKSHOP: “Ready! Set! Go!”
with Facilitator Jennifer Turnage
Get your business ready! Get set! Let’s go!
Learn what it takes to have a successful start-up! In this three-part workshop you will:
- Gain a basic understanding of the key steps to getting your business off the ground
- Learn about various financing options and what banks look for when lending money
- Learn about the local resources available to assist you in starting and growing a small business
Attend all 3 sessions to set a solid foundation for building your new business!
Ready: Thursday, January 31 – 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
In this session, we will cover what you need to do before ever opening the doors of your business
Set: Thursday, February 7 – 11:30 AM- 1:00 PM
In this session, we will help you prepare to become credit ready.
Go: Thursday, February 14 – 11:30 AM- 1:00 PM
In this session, we will help you GO start or grow your small business
Light refreshments will be served.
For more information, please contact Acquinetta Beatty at email@example.com
Was your small business impacted by Hurricane Florence? The Hurricane Florence Recovery Loan Program is specifically designed to assist small business owners whose operations were impacted by the storm in September 2018. We can help you through the recovery process by providing access to financial assistance & loans, local lending resources, technical assistance, and guidance through the application process.
- Business must document physical damage or economic injury resulting from Hurricane Florence and be located in an affected county.
- Business must have at least one employee (including the owner) or the business must use loan proceeds to make improvements to a commercial or residential property that will be occupied by a tenant displaced as a result of the disaster
- The proposed use of funds may not duplicate or overlap with other disaster relief programs; and will be limited to documented business expenses necessary for disaster repair, mitigation or operational expenses.
- Any individual with greater than 20% ownership in the affected business must cosign the loan. Only one loan per individual.
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