Forum set on capital for woman- and minority-owned businesses

FORT COLLINS – Small business experts will discuss access to capital for small businesses owned by women and minorities at an upcoming forum held by local lawmakers.

Presenters at the forum will include Olivia Mendoza, director of the state’s minority business office and Mike O’Connell, director of the Larimer County Small Business Development Center, among others.
Fort Collins Democrats Sen. John Kefalas and Reps. Joann Ginal and Randy Fischer are playing host to the forum. The lawmakers hold such sessions on the fourth Saturday of each month to communicate with constituents. All of the public forums are free and nonpartisan.

The small business forum takes place from 10:15 a.m. to noon Jan. 25 at the Old Town Library, 201 Peterson St. in Fort Collins.


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