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Image Release Form

Photo and Video Release The Zoom session or live event will be recorded/photographed. For Zoom sessions, if you are not comfortable with either/or, feel free to turn off your camera. A question will prompt you to accept or not accept the use of photography/recording.  Please indicate YES or NO when registering and/or purchasing your ticket

Deadlines: CA Rebuilding Fund and Fed’s Small Business Credit Survey!

In This Must Know… Join us for Centering Women Business Owners in an Economic Recovery on September 29, 2022, The California Rebuilding Fund has more money! Tell your clients to apply by November 15, 2022 For Your Clients: Fill out The Federal Reserve Small Business Credit Survey by November 18, 2022 Using Technical Assistance to Improve Minority and Rural Small Business Access to Capital CAMEO In The News: Carolina is

California Rebuilding Fund –

The California Rebuilding Fund is a program that will support California’s smallest businesses as they adapt, reopen, and recover from the effects of COVID-19. One of the hardest hit segments of the economy through the COVID-19 crisis has been the small business community. California small businesses employ almost 50% of the state’s workforce and are

Survey on GoBiz’s Technical Assistance Expansion Program

GoBiz has allocated $17 million in new grant funding to business assistance centers serving traditionally underserved businesses, a group of organizations that includes 71 CAMEO members. We would love to hear about how you did with the process – both positive and negative.  Please fill out this survey on GoBiz‘s Technical Assistance Expansion Program by November 15, 2018. If you’d rather

A Bankers Perspective with Byron Reed of Wells Fargo

Byron K. Reed is senior vice president and Director of Community Relations for the Los Angeles Metro / Orange County Region for Wells Fargo. He is responsible for spearheading their program to provide investments and loans for community/economic development and low-income housing initiatives throughout his regions. Reed has more than 30 years of banking experience