Published on: May. 20, 2015
State of Small Business Conference to be Held June 24

SCORE and Wells Fargo will present The State of Small Business Conference on Wednesday, June 24, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.mReports will be issued by 10 area experts who will have three minutes each to present their information on measurable benchmarks relating to our small business community. The free conference will take place at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center located at 1 International Drive.
The State of Small Business is a yearly event where small business owners can get a true measurement of local economic numbers.

This event is free. Lunch will be served after the presentations. To reserve a seat, RSVP to SCORE at 912.652.4335.

SPEAKER: Michael Toma, PhD, Director of the Center for Regional Analysis at Armstrong Atlantic State University
TOPIC: Small Business Snapshot

SPEAKER: Marshall Tuck, Corporate Small Business Officer at Gulfstream Aerospace
TOPIC: Gulfstream Aerospace and Small Businesses

SPEAKER: Brian Davis, Manager of the Savannah Career Center at the Department of Labor. TOPIC: Local Labor Statistics

SPEAKER: Kyle Hensel, Area Director of the University of Georgia Small Business Development Center in Savannah.
TOPIC: Securing Funding with Small Business Counseling

SPEAKER: Tony O’Reilly, President of the Small Business Assistance Corporation
TOPIC: Small Business Access to Capital in the Savannah Region

SPEAKER: Rhett Mouchet, Judge Realty
TOPIC: Commercial Real Estate Trends

SPEAKER: Bea Wray, Executive Director at The Creative Coast
TOPIC: High Tech Start Ups

SPEAKER: Cindy Landolt, Revenue Director with the City of Savannah
TOPIC: Local growth

SPEAKER: Cristy Lawrence, P.E., Development Services Liaison, City of Savannah
TOPIC: Local growth

SPEAKER: Susanne Toney Assistant Professor of Economics at the College of Business at Savannah State University.
TOPIC: Economic Indicators

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