Where Has All the Money Gone? Early Registration Discount Ends Today

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The early registration discount period for Corridor Inc.'s Dec. 13 business financing conference closes today (Nov. 30). Mark Pinsky, President and CEO of Opportunity Finance Network, the Starbucks Foundation's partner in its national program to create jobs, will deliver the Keynote Address. Experts in banking, venture capital, and angel investment, as well as state and foundation leaders, will discuss ways businesses of all sizes can obtain capital for growth, expansion or start-up.

Early registration (through Nov. 30) costs $70 per person. Registration in advance of the conference costs $80 per person, and registration at the door is $90 per person.

Corridor Inc.'s business financing conference is presented with strategic partners The Greater Baltimore Committee, PressBox and Center Maryland. The lunchtime conference will be held on Dec. 13 at Goucher College, with registration beginning at 10 a.m. and opening remarks starting at 10:45 a.m.

Experts from the world of business financing -- both traditional and non-conventional sources -- will speak and answer questions exploring the various avenues that businesses can take to find the financing they need to grow or start-up when credit is tight.

Speakers will explore:
- Who is lending to businesses?
- What is the right capital solution?
- What are the advantages and risks involved?
- How and where can business owners get in front of potential investors?
- How can businesses ensure they close the deal to get financing?

Tables can be purchased at a discounted rate. Space is limited. For more information and to register for the conference, click here.

For information on sponsorship opportunities at the conference, contact Gregory Poehlman at (443) 760-1400 or .
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