Register Today for SLWTA's February Meeting  
on Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015

How the US Small Business Administration
Can Help Your Business Find Export
Many small businesses think they are too
small to compete in the world market. In fact,
however, 97 percent of all exporters are small
businesses. The U.S. Small Business
Administration is one resource small
businesses cannot afford to ignore when
evaluating potential opportunities in
international trade.
Join us on Thursday, January 26, in Beloit
for an informative presentation by
Mike Fazio, Lender  Relations Specialist from
the Milwaukee office of the US Small Business
on the SBA programs and resources available
to U.S. businesses, including loan programs
such as:
- SBA Export Express (offering financing up to
- Export Working Capital Loan (advances for
up to $5 million to fund export transactions);
- International Trade Loan Program (offers a
combination of fixed asset, working capital
financing and debt refinancing with the SBA's
maximum guaranty- 90 percent- on the total
loan amount).
Top-level managers and, in particular, finance
executives of any Stateline business who seek
to enhance their company's export potential
should make a point of attending this event.
Event Details
Thursday, February 26, 2015
5:30 Networking
6:15 Dinner and Evening Program
This event will be held at the Ironworks Hotel,
500 Pleasant Street, Beloit, WI
Members $25, Non-Members $35, Students
please call for pricing.
A buffet dinner catered by Merrill & Houston's
Steak Joint will be served.
Advance registration requested by
Friday, February 20, 2015.
Please e-mail or call 608 466-6131. Dietary
restrictions should be noted when registering.

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Where and When
Ironworks Hotel
500 Pleasant Street
Beloit, WI  53511

Thursday, January 29, 2015
5:30 pm Networking
6:15 pm Dinner and Evening Program

Members $25, Non-Members $35, Students $15 with an ID.

"Thank you for visiting our website. Please come to our meetings and learn how we provide real bottom line increases and international trade resources for your company. Network with other trade professionals in the region."
President Mike Delany