Urban League, Chase Team Up To Assist Owners, Entrepreneurs Build Business Acumen
Count on building basic knowledge of business finance during an eight-week course starting May 3 offered by the Small Business Development Center of the Urban League of Greater Cleveland. Sponsored by Chase – a bank that serves small businesses in Cleveland and across the country -- the classes meet weekly from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. through June 21 at the Urban League’s offices, 2930 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland.
The Chase Business Financial Literacy Program will help owners of existing businesses as well as startups and pre-venture entrepreneurs, said Stacey Banks-Houston, executive director of the Small Business Development Center. The course will cover both money and credit basics and more advanced financial issues.
“The Small Business Development Center staff and speakers from Cleveland Saves, Chase and other financial institutions will help participants move through the basics and beyond,” said Banks-Houston. “This brand-new program is deeper and more intensive than our previous courses and includes advanced topics like growing your business.”
“Chase is pleased to partner with the Urban League to help small businesses, which are becoming increasingly important to Cleveland’s economy,” Malz said. “We want to build a vibrant community that encourages citizens to learn and thrive.”
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