Epiphany Law Announces Free Informational Meetings

Morning Business 60 Working with Your Banker

Published Monday, March 28, 2016

Epiphany Law, LLC, a boutique law firm in Northeast Wisconsin, will be hosting interactive monthly meetings that allow small business owners with 5-50 employees to share ideas, learn about various business topics, and share best practices relevant to business professionals. The goal of Morning Business 60 is to provide information to small business owners which will assist them in running their business effectively and efficiently. It is free advice, networking, a light breakfast and coffee all at no cost to you.

It is critical for any successful business to have appropriate capital resources. Whether the business wants to purchase new equipment, a building, or fund day-to-day cash flow needs, access to capital is crucial. At the same time, taking on debt is a decision that must be carefully considered. It is important to have a lending institution you know and trust on your team of advisors.

During this Morning Business 60 session, you will hear from a panel of local commercial bankers who will offer their advice on how to develop and maintain a successful relationship with your financial institution. They will discuss basic concepts that you need to know before you begin working with a banker, tips on how to maintain a trustworthy and positive relationship with your bank, and untapped resources that your bank can provide.

Please join Epiphany Law for Morning Business 60 – Working with Your Banker, which will be held on Thursday, April 12, 2016 from 7:30 – 8:30 am at Cambria Suites in Appleton, 3940 N. Gateway Drive. Registration is required; contact Amanda at 920-996-0000 or afredrick@epiphanylaw.com to register or for more information.

Contact: Amanda Fredrick – Marketing Coordinator

4211 N. Lightning Drive, Appleton, WI 54913

920.996.0000 ext: 5053

M, W, F 10am - 5pm


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