BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine - ECPv4.6.13//NONSGML v1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine X-ORIGINAL-URL:http://www.atlantatribune.com X-WR-CALDESC:Events for Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=UTC+0:20180226T080000 DTEND;TZID=UTC+0:20180226T123000 DTSTAMP:20181119T183042 CREATED:20180118T160041Z LAST-MODIFIED:20180222T214212Z UID:6293-1519632000-1519648200@www.atlantatribune.com SUMMARY:16th Annual Moving Your Business Forward: February Session DESCRIPTION:You are cordially invited to attend the February Session of our 16th Annual Moving Your Business Forward Series\, taking place February 26th. We’ll be sharing a wealth of information geared around “Financial Innovation for Today’s Small Business” and will have a continental breakfast and a chance to network with other Atlanta professionals so we hope to see you there!16th Annual Moving Your Business Forward: February Session“Financial Innovation for Today’s Small Business”Monday\, February 26\, 20188am – 12:30pmThe Gathering Spot384 Northyards Boulevard NorthwestBuilding 100Atlanta\, GA 30313 \nFEATURING THESE DYNAMIC SESSIONS:\nSession I – Growing Your Business: From Bottom to Top\nSponsored by BB&T\nWhether you are in the startup stage\, or looking to position your business for the next level\, BB&T representatives will be sharing tips and best practices to move the needle in our community. \nVincent Cain | VP\, Regional Multicultural Banking Officer *moderator\nTamika Stafford | VP\, Community Business Development Officer/Small Business Lender\nShannon James | VP\, Commercial Banking\nChristopher Fletcher | VP\, Market Leader/Small Business Lender \nSession II – New Tax Plan for 2018 and How it Will Impact Small Business\nOn December 22\, 2017\, President Donald trump signed into law a tax plan that will not only affect individuals\, but also large and small businesses. This session will spell out the changes directly affecting small business owners and what they can do to benefit from it. \nEvelyn Rosier | President and CEO\, T.O.P. Solutions Group LLC \nSession III – Show Me the Money: How to Find Extra Profits By Utilizing Business Offerings\nWhether you are looking to fund a start-up\, cut operating costs or streamline the services that make your business tick; this session will provide expert tips on how tweaking your business offerings can free up more of your profits. \nAlicia M. Ivey | President\, Goldbergs Concession Corp *moderator\nShaw King | Sales Director\, Comcast Business\nAudric Owens | Procurement Specialist\, Grady Health System\nShakim Tilley | Sales Manager\, Business Lending Division Value One\n \nSession IV – How Unconventional Funding Can Take You from Vision to Venture\nEntrepreneurs and corporate executives engage in discussion about how they came up with their business models\, sought out funding and had the mindset to execute their visions. They will also share their viewpoints on the value of partnerships. This session is great for entrepreneurs looking to launch their businesses with angel investing and/or venture capital. \nKatrice L. Mines | Senior Editor\, Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine *moderator\nRyan Wilson | Co-Founder & CEO\, The Gathering Spot\nSterling Coleman | Owner\, SJAC Food Groups\, LLC\nMary Parker | President & CEO\, All In One Security Services\nYolanda Owens | Owner & Skincare Chef\, iwi Fresh \n URL:http://www.atlantatribune.com/event/18mybffeb/ LOCATION:384 Northyards Boulevard Northwest\, Atlanta\, 30313\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:http://www.atlantatribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/18-MYBF-Ad5.jpg END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR