The Racine County Economic Development Corporation (RCEDC) proudly presents “Empowering Small Businesses: A Business Growth Solutions Event,” taking place on Thursday, June 15, from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the esteemed Veterans Terrace in Burlington.
This event will provide relevant insights and share valuable resources to entrepreneurs, business owners, commercial lenders, community leaders, and real estate professionals.
Jenny Trick, executive director of RCEDC, expressed her excitement about the event, stating, “RCEDC is pleased to partner with Community State Bank to host these amazing small business owners that will share their experiences and the resources they used to help them succeed in their industry.”
Sponsored by Community State Bank, this not-to-be-missed event will feature a remarkable panel of accomplished individuals in the business and financial sectors. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from inspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners, as well as leading financial professionals who specialize in commercial lending and growth strategies.
The esteemed panelists include Becky McClelland, Burlington market president for Community State Bank; Wesley Walsh, loan officer with Business Lending Partners; Melissa Smith, owner of Buzzed Wine Bar; Tammie Begotka, co-owner of Waterford Stillhouse; and Donna Mosca, co-founder of the Enlightened Living Center.
“Our goal is to empower small businesses by providing them with the knowledge and tools necessary for growth,” said McClelland. “We are proud to sponsor this program and invite everyone to join us for an informative and engaging afternoon.”
Registration for “Empowering Small Businesses: A Business Growth Solutions Event” is now open and free of charge. Registered attendees will enjoy networking opportunities, delicious food, and receive one drink ticket.
As seating is limited to only 50 individuals, interested participants are encouraged to secure their spot early. To register and secure your spot, please visit rcedc.org/empowering-small-businesses.