Roadmap to Success series continues with key management strategies
HENDERSON, Nev. – As part of the Henderson Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Roadmap to Success workshop series Jeff Wiley of Wells Fargo Bank, and Jeremy McVeety of Accion, will discuss “Thinking Outside the Bank: Money Solutions for Your Business” from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, at the Henderson Business Resource Center’s Seminar Room (in the Wells Fargo Building), 112 S. Water St. in Downtown Henderson.
Wiley and McVeety will cover what businesses should expect from their banking relationships, what alternatives exist when the bank cannot meet needs and how to connect with additional resources to start and grow their businesses. During this workshop, attendees will learn how to manage finances for small business owners including transaction services, credit lines and long-term loans. Strong banking relationships are important and this workshop will cover topics that are beneficial for any business owner.
The workshop is open to all chamber members and the public. There is no cost for Henderson Chamber members. Registration for non-members is $25. An additional $10 will be charged for walk-in attendees. To reserve a space, register online at www.hendersonchamber.com by, Tuesday, Nov. 13.
The event is sponsored by Wells Fargo, the City of Henderson and the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
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The Roadmap to Success workshop series covers a variety of seminars offered on the first and third Thursday of every month, with the exception of summer, from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. at the Henderson Business Resource Center. Topics include health care, business, finance, insurance and marketing, among others.
The Henderson Chamber of Commerce Foundation (HCCF) is a nonprofit corporation organized to manage and distribute funds and resources to further the development of the community through activities that are exclusively charitable, scientific, or educational. The Foundation is responsible for the creation and success of both the Henderson Business Resource Center (a business incubator), Leadership Henderson, I CAN BE (Integrating Career Academics by Networking Business and Education), HCCF Community Cares, HCCF Golf Tournament and Co-Operate on Water, a co-working space.
For more information about the Henderson Chamber of Commerce Foundation, visit www.hendersonchamber.com.