Wilmington, Del. — The Delaware Small Business Chamber (DSBC) will host a seminar to highlight funding sources available to Delaware entrepreneurs. The event is scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 18 from 10:00 a.m. to noon at the Ed Oliver Golf Club.
Panelists will include Ken Anderson of the Delaware Economic Development Office (DEDO), Letitia Nichols of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Michael Rossi of the Small Business Administration, and Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union’s Nino DiRienzo,
“There is a perception that there is a scarcity of funds for small businesses, and we want to get the message out there that there is plenty of funding and people to help,” said Bob Older, DSBC founder and president. “The panelists we’ve chosen for this seminar are just a few of the ‘go-to’ experts in Delaware for funding solutions and advice.”
The DSBC is the state’s only chamber focused exclusively on small businesses. It offers its members up to 72 free events a year that include networking mixers, educational seminars and their 6-Top Mingle referral program.
For more information or to register for the the event, visit www.dsbchamber.com.