Date
March 22, 2022
Time
08:30 - 04:30
Location
Online Zoom Event

Helping NCW communities, tribes, and small businesses identify and obtain resources they need to develop, improve, and maintain growth.  It consists of state and federal agencies, local government associations, nontraditional loan makers, and non-profit, technical assistance organizations.

The forum will consist of two tracks, Community and Small Business. Each track will have a morning session where each panelist will share who they are, who they represent, and their available funding options. Attendees will then have a pre-assigned morning or afternoon time to meet with the panel to discuss the projects, business plans, or funding needs that were presented to the forum for fifteen minutes. $10-$20 Registration

$10 to view forums only. No one-on-one time with panel.

$20 to participate as a Community or Small Business, includes one on one time with panel.

 

Previous Q & A Session-SupernovaBLC 2022
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NCW TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FORUM

Helping NCW communities, tribes, and small businesses identify and obtain resources they need to develop, improve, and maintain growth.  It consists of state and federal agencies, local government associations, nontraditional loan makers, and non-profit, technical assistance organizations.

The forum will consist of two tracks, Community and Small Business. Each track will have a morning session where each panelist will share who they are, who they represent, and their available funding options. Attendees will then have a pre-assigned morning or afternoon time to meet with the panel to discuss the projects, business plans, or funding needs that were presented to the forum for fifteen minutes. $10-$20 Registration

$10 to view forums only. No one-on-one time with panel.

$20 to participate as a Community or Small Business, includes one on one time with panel.

 

Contact Us:

Address:
15 Palouse Street, Suite 103
Wenatchee, WA 98801

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