Determining what type of financing is best for your business can be challenging because there are so many factors to consider–from the stage of your business to how much it’ll cost to get the money–that just choosing a path to follow can be overwhelming. The SBA and Pathway Women’s Business Center are here to help you get your head around the different ways you can finance the growth of your business, we’ve compiled the following resources to educate you on different financing sources and help you get started.
Earlier this month, entrepreneurs and Pathway WBC mentors Kia Jarmon and Rebecca Wood led a full house in an interactive evening here at Pathway for our signature networking event Power Surge. We were thrilled to see so many of our WBC cohort graduates turn out and to welcome newcomers too. Power Surge is just one
The 2019 36|86 Entrepreneurship Festival held in Downtown Nashville, Tennessee brought together local entrepreneurs and business leaders for two days of networking, programming and entertainment. Put on by Launch Tennessee, a state-funded nonprofit, this conference was meant to introduce investors to regional startups seeking funding. This was our 2nd year sponsoring the Women’s Lounge at
The Power of Voice Technology Voice skills are the new websites. That’s the view of Data Driven Design owner Paul Hickey who launched Nashville’s first Voice Conference where over 60 business owners – many of them new to voice technology – gathered July 31 at Thistle Farms. Proceeds benefited Corner to Corner, a non-profit focused on