Business meetings, seminars and events (6-17-13)

Anchorage Daily NewsJune 16, 2013 

WEDNESDAY

Business Lending: Anchorage and Webinar, noon-1 p.m., Alaska Small Business Development Center, 430 W. Seventh Ave., Suite 110. Have you ever wondered what a banker looks at when making a lending decision? Gain insight into what a bank is looking for when they review credit applications, including ratios and industry risk. Also discussed will be important banking relationships every business owner should have and resources to help you obtain the capital you seek. Presented by Sheli Dodson of Alaska USA. Free. (274-7232)

Chugiak-Eagle River Chamber Lunch Forum, noon-1 p.m., Eagle River Ale House, 11901 Old Glenn Highway. The guest speakers are Sen. Fred Dyson, Sen. Anna Fairclough and Rep. Bill Stoltze. They will brief participants on the 2013 legislative session. $3-$16. (694-4702, cer.org)

 

THURSDAY

World Trade Center Alaska presents International Boot Camps, Module 2: "Legal Aspects of International Trade," 8-11 a.m., 1815 Bragaw Street, Suite 102. This is a team presentation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The FBI will discuss how to protect your business interests when dealing with clients. The presentation is titled: "Tools of the Trade to Avoid the Tricks of the Trade." Learn ways to safeguard your bottom line through informative dialogue on trends that challenge the business community. Register online at wtcak.org.

Loan Briefing for Small Business in Need of Capital, 1 p.m., U.S. Small Business Administration, 420 L St. You'll hear from the experts and an SBA local lender. Free. RSVP with Yolanda Lassiter at 271-4022 or yolanda.lassiter@sba.gov.

COMING UP

The Resource Development Council's 38th Annual Meeting luncheon, noon, June 26, Dena'ina Civic and Convention Center. Consumer Energy Alliance president David Holt will speak on "America's Energy Renaissance: Why You Should Care." "Building a Strong Business and a Strong Future" will be discussed by BP Alaska president Janet Weiss. Register by June 24. Cost: $50 for members, $60 for non-members.

 

 

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