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“Connecting to Cash: A Candid Conversation about Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs,” a special access to capital outreach event for prospective and established business owners presented by the Women’s Business Development Center in partnership with the Chicago Neighborhood Initiative Micro Finance Group, will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 17, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Fleck’s Coffee, 343 E. 79th St., in Chicago’s Chatham neighborhood.

Hear from entrepreneurs and finance experts who will share tips to access funding to fuel your business growth. Moderated by Roxanne Nava, Chief Small Business Officer of the City of Chicago Small Business Center (BACP), panelists include Maria Boustead, founder and owner of Bo Campo, and Mae Whiteside, owner of Cheri K. Lewis Engineers.

The event is free but requires registration. For further information, visit http://www.WBDC.org or call (312) 853-3477.

About the WBDC:

A nationally and internationally recognized women’s business assistance center now in its 28th year, the WBDC provides a continuum of business development services to prospective and established women entrepreneurs including counseling, training, financial, certification and procurement assistance in Spanish and English. The mission of the WBDC is to provide services and programs that support and accelerate women’s business ownership and strengthen the impact of women on the economy. The WBDC is headquartered at 8 S. Michigan Avenue, 4th Floor, Chicago, Illinois 60603.

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