Acosta Gives Cash Advances
Francisco J. Acosta, Executive Vice President of Internal Business Consulting will be offering cash advances for small businesses, with no personal guarantee required, no business or personal collateral required and no origination fees.
The Phenomenal Women Group has teamed up with Phenomenal Woman, Joyce Adewumi (Founder/Director) and Aya Kato (Associate Director) of New York African Chorus Ensemble Inc. (NYACE) to present NYACE Networks Amarachi Lounge “Spotlight on You and Your Business.” Adewumi and Kato have put a new spin on the concept of musical performance and networking. Contrary to the conventional networking model, the NYACE uses music to highlight small business owners, their products & services, while setting a perfect mood for business networking and socializing.
The event takes place on Saturday, February 23, 2008, at the Amarachi Lounge, located at 325 Franklin Avenue, Between Clifton & Greene Avenues in Brooklyn, New York.
It is a great opportunity for small business owners, and other professionals, future entrepreneurs, recruiters, company executives and job seekers to reach a wider audience.
This week's featured guest is Francisco J. Acosta, Executive Vice President of Internal Business Consulting. Francisco will be offering cash advances for small businesses, with no personal guarantee required, no business or personal collateral required and no origination fees. Whether you need the money because of a cash shortfall, equipment purchase, inventory purchase, a down payment, maybe you want to expand, or something else -- Francisco is the go-to guy to get that money, and he will be there to show you how you can get up to $3,000,000.
Ken Varga of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce will share with everyone how the BCC can give you invaluable support for your business.
Tony Herbert of The Professionals Network Organization will be sharing how you can get involved on the movement to create an "Ownership Society" for us all.
Brenda Jeanne Wyche, President of The Phenomenal Women Group's New York Chapter will make a presentation on the value of being a Phenomenal Woman.
This is an interactive networking event, whose goal is to strengthen business owners' skills on how to talk about their business in a compelling and effective way. Audience participation is welcomed and encouraged.
To feature your company’s products and services or yourself, please contact Joyce at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 212 -862-4858 as soon as possible to ensure that you are placed on the program. There will be potential clients, volunteers, funders, recruiters, agents, investors, motivational speakers, etc at this event.
Amarachi Lounge located in Brooklyn, New York, boasts of a well stocked bar, VIP lounge and a concert area.
The New York African Chorus Ensemble (NYACE) is a multiracial, multicultural nonprofit organization that, among other things, presents highly artistic performances to terminally ill children and adults. Money realized from this event will enable us continue our not for profit mission.
Admission for this event is $5.00 per person.
Cash bar and food is available for purchase.
What: NYACE Networks Amarachi Lounge
When: Saturday, February 23rd @ 8:00 pm
Where: Amarachi Lounge
325 Franklin Avenue, Between Clifton & Greene
Brooklyn , NY 11238
RSVP today at http://smallbiz.meetup.com/792/calendar/7291442/
Admission for this event is $5.00 per person. Pay at the door.
About the New York African Chorus Ensemble Inc. (NYACE)
NYACE is a nonprofit organization that seeks to play down the strife by highlighting what Africa, in its diversity, has to offer the world. The group has existed under the able leadership and direction of her Founder, Joyce Adewumi. NYACE is a multi-racial group of individuals who typify the nature of the inter-ethnic cooperation and collaboration that exists in a cosmopolitan setting as New York City.
New York African Chorus Ensemble Inc. provides high quality entertainment to both main stream and marginal groups in society. Their holistic approach caters to the physical, social, spiritual, and economic needs of their patrons. In addition, the organization provides performance opportunities to both up and coming artists and professional musicians. The NYACE has become the training ground for those just setting out in the entertainment world.
Included as part of their achievements is a highly successful performance at Mt Sinai Hospital in New York, where immense joy was brought to the hearts and faces of terminally-ill children. A similar result was recorded at the Bronx Lebanon Special Care Services.
NYACE's annual concerts draw people from diverse socio-cultural, ethnic, and economic backgrounds. In the short years of their existence, joy to the people, renewal, and integration to the community have become their banner. NYACE carries their self-appointed ambassadorship of peace and friendship with great responsibility.
The Phenomenal Women Group:
To create a united front of women that will be a strong force to support, guide, mentor, protect, advocate for and empower one another for the purpose of restoring respect and reverence of women's worth and taking back our children and youth, through the implementation of innovative programs that will promote education, tolerance and peace; ultimately enhancing the quality of life for all people.
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