We’re just two weeks away from the 2020 OFN Conference, coming to you virtually November 9–12. Don’t miss the amazing — and truly unprecedented — lineup of national and global leaders across the public and private sectors. They will share reflections on 2020 and calls to action for business, finance, philanthropy, and government.Among the influential speakers we’re proud to welcome to the main stage are:
Also on the Conference agenda are plenaries and sessions for investors and CDFIs that focus on the new capital CDFIs will need to meet today’s community needs. Highlights include:
The Racial Equity track focuses on CDFIs as well as their clients. Sessions include:
We’re just two weeks away from our first-ever virtual Small Business Finance Forum. Now more than ever, the nation’s small businesses need CDFIs. Join us for conversations focused on emergency relief and ensuring an inclusive recovery for all America’s small businesses. We’re pleased to announce our latest confirmed plenary speakers:
Our breakout sessions will include Inequality in the Pandemic: Entrepreneurs of Color; New Lending: Underwriting and Credit Risk Management in Uncertain Times; and CDFIs and State and Local Governments: Sparking Recovery Together. Also, don't miss event breaks featuring CDFI-funded small business owners, including Chef Terence Phillips, owner of Something Fishy, who will lead attendees in a special cooking demonstration. Register Now With our virtual format and affordable registration fees, we hope to reach a wide audience, particularly in this critical time of need for CDFIs and the small businesses our industry serves. Please use our promotional toolkit to help spread the word. We look forward to seeing you June 16-17 at the 2020 Small Business Finance Forum: Virtual Edition!
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