Dayton Human Relations Council

Event to Help Businesses With Access to Capital

Release Date: Thursday, August 27, 2015
Contact: Erica Fields, Dayton Human Relations Council, 9373331403
The Greater Dayton Minority Business Assistance Center (MBAC) will host the 2015
Access to Capital Day on September 22 at the Dayton Convention Center (22 E. Fifth
St.). This free event will provide resources to assist new and existing businesses to
successfully gain access to capital.

The conference includes focused workshops and on‑on‑one sessions with financial
institutions. Targeted workshops will provide information on opportunities for
financing business growth.

Registration is required and available at or by contacting
MBAC Program Manager Donerik Black at 937‑333‑1002 or

Administered by the Dayton Human Relations Council, the Greater Dayton Minority
Business Assistance Center provides free managerial, certification, technical and
procurement assistance to minority, women, and small local enterprises. MBAC is
funded by the Ohio Development Services Agency.

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