Funding Your Future: Clearing the Path for Middle Market Growth


Friday, October 19, 2018
8:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Access to capital is an inevitable challenge for growing companies. With an abundance of financing options, it becomes difficult to determine which source works best for your company.

Join fellow middle market business leaders to explore the variety of financing options available. Hear from local lenders who can provide the resources to help take your business to the next level.

Featured Speakers to Date:

Chetan Singh Bagga, Founder and Managing Director, Archetype Solutions
Michael Jacoby, Incoming President, Association for Corporate Growth Philadelphia
Alexandra (Tassie) Oswald, Principal, Eureka Equity Partners/ HCP Management
John Rhodes, Founder and President, MBSi Corp
Gary Zimmaro, Vice President, Commercial Credit Manager, TD Bank

Moderated by: William S. Skinner, Shareholder, Flaster Greenberg

Please note:
For a valuable networking experience among middle market leaders, we encourage those from financial institutions to utilize a package of 3 to bring two middle market clients.

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