Dayton business training to help companies with capital access

Monday, November 27, 2017

Businesses in low to moderate income parts of the Dayton region can get training and consulting to develop their companies through a new program funded by Fifth Third Bank.

The program is targeted at micro enterprises with less than $1 million in annual revenue and less than five employees. It’s not intended for startups, but for businesses looking to grow that might need some technical assistance.The funds are for a consultant who will help businesses navigate applying for bank loans and for business development training.

For more information on this technical assistance program, please contact the Small Business Development Center or the Minority Business Assistance Center in Dayton.

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