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The First 5 Things You Should Do With a Business Loan Webinar - 14 August 2014

5 things you should do with a business loan

'Five things you should do with a business loan' was a free webinar conducted on Thursday, August 14 at 1pm ET/10am PT to help small business owners understand how to make the most out of every dollar that they get in funding.

Discussed topics included:

  • Tips and suggestions on how to exponentially increase their chances of getting funded
  • Ideas on how to manage finances better
  • The do's and dont's of small business financial planning
  • Importance of a long-term focus when it comes to building and growing small business

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Speaker

Rohit Arora,

CEO and Co-Founder of Biz2Credit Biz2Credit

Rohit Arora, CEO and co-founder of Biz2Credit, is one of the country's leading experts in small business finance. Since its founding in 2007, Biz2Credit has arranged $1 billion in small business loans and has helped literally thousands of entrepreneurs. For his efforts to help others and his pioneering business model, Rohit Arora was named Crain's NY Business "Entrepreneur of the Year 2011." Rohit is an often quoted expert on small business lending for major news media, including: New York Times, The Wall St. Journal, Bloomberg, Entrepreneur, American Banker, CNNMoney, MSNBC, Inc., and Washington Post.

Moderator

Peter Thorsson,

Business Development
Palo Alto Software,
Maker of LivePlan and Bplans.com
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Peter Thorsson leads Business Development work for Palo Alto Software, maker of LivePlan, where he crafts strategic partnerships that help entrepreneurs succeed. Peter has also started and sold a successful business with revenues over $1MM, directed Strategic Partnerships for Nickelodeon and Comedy Central, organized local Startup Weekend events, and judged business competitions for Rice, Princeton, Notre Dame, and others. As a volunteer, Peter is the President of the Board of Directors for Committed Partners for Youth in Lane County, formerly Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.