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Friday
Apr242015

SNHU - Women and Money are Meant to be Together 

 

“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.” –Harriet Tubman

 

We at the CWBA aren’t the only ones who know women and money go together. Women on 20s is working to get a woman on the $20 bill because “A woman’s place is on the money.” Through public voting, they have narrowed the pool down to four incredible women: Wilma Mankiller, Rosa Parks, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Harriet Tubman. You can vote for your pick at http://www.womenon20s.org/vote2. Our own Senator Jeanne Shaheen is also pushing for the change by introducing legislation calling for a woman to be placed on the $20 bill. You can sign her petition at http://bit.ly/1DEJbuX.

 

Be sure to join us on May 12 for the Women and Money Forum to Own Your Future and take charge of your business’ finances.

 

Women and Money Forum

May 12, 2015 9 am-4:45 pm

$50 CWBA Member/$75 Non-Member

Register at: http://cwbanh.com/wmf2015

 

Center for Women’s Business Advancement

Southern New Hampshire University

Wednesday
Apr152015

SNHU - This Week at the CWBA!

There is Still Time to Join us for Events this Week!

 

 

April 15th - Back to Basics: Preparing to Apply for a Loan

Get all the right numbers in all the right places before you go to the bank for a loan. Service Credit Union experts will teach you what you need to know

including the value of your credit score, the importance of realistic cash flow projections & sales forecast, and acceptable collateral.

Sponsored by Service Credit Union

To register or for more information visit - http://cwbanh.com/back-to-basics

 

April 16th – Let’s Talk About Money: Advanced QuickBooks

If you are already skillful in QuickBooks or have attended CWBA’s How to Use QuickBooks training you are

ready for advanced QuickBooks applications! Master common QuickBooks transactions such as report generation and analysis.

This training will teach you how analyze financial reports to better manage your organization.

You will practice using the software in this workshop.

To register or for more information visit - http://cwbanh.com/lets-talk-about-money

 

 

 

Center for Women’s Business Advancement

 

Southern New Hampshire University

Madison House

2500 North River Road, Manchester, NH 03106

tel: 603.629.4697

 

Saturday
Apr112015

SNHU - Are you loan ready? 

Preparing to Apply for a Loan

Get all the right numbers in all the right places before you go to the bank for a loan. Service Credit Union experts will teach you what you need to know including the value of your credit score, the importance of realistic cash flow projections & sales forecast, and acceptable collateral.

When: Wednesday, April 15, 2015 9 a.m. - 11 a.m.

Where: Southern New Hampshire University, Nashua Campus, Room 3, 546 Amherst St, Nashua, NH 03063

Presenter: James Pratt and David Weed, Service Credit Union

Cost: Free CWBA Member (use coupon code MemberBasics at checkout); $10 Non-Member

Register Here: http://cwbanh.com/back-to-basics 

        

 

Meet our Presenters

David Weed, Assistant Vice President, Business Services, Service Credit Union 

David has over 25 years experience in commercial lending, specializing in risk review, developing new business and strategic planning. He has led the credit union to national recognition in the top 10% of credit unions in business loans originated.
Jim Pratt, Manager, Business Services, Service Credit Union Jim manages a team of business specialists dedicated to help find solutions for the unique needs of NH businesses.   With over 20 years in financial services, he has extensive experience providing loans to large and small businesses.

 

Center for Women’s Business Advancement

Southern New Hampshire University

Madison House

2500 North River Road, Manchester, NH 03106

tel: 603.629.4697

cwbanh@snhu.edu

http://cwbanh.com/

Tuesday
Mar102015

Bipartisan Nashua Legislators to join Nashua Labor Coalition, Granite State Organizing Project community forum 

NASHUA, NH – The Nashua Labor Coalition, a group of union members who live and work in the Nashua area, and the Granite State Organizing Project, a community base advocacy group with a focus on social change, have teamed up to host an open forum for State Legislators.  Community members will pose questions to State Representatives about where they stand on key issues effecting the Nashua community and the entire state. 

 

Legislators who have confirmed their attendance:

 

Carl Seidel - R - Hillsborough 28

Suzanne Harvey - D Hillsborough 29

David Cote - D - Hillsborough 31

David Murotake - R - Hillsborough 32

Kenneth Gidge - D - Hillsborough 33

C. Lee Guerette - D - Hillsborough 33

Martin Jack - D - Hillsborough 36

 

Key topics will include:

  • ·      Right To Work legislation
  • ·      Pension and Workers Compensation reform
  • ·      Raising the New Hampshire Minimum Wage
  • ·      Limiting interest on Title Loans
  • ·      No excuse absentee balloting

 

Who: Local union members, Nashua area residents, and State Legislators


When
: Tuesday March 10th, at 7:00pm


Where
: Nashua Community College

505 Amherst Street

Room 150

Tuesday
Sep302014

SNHU - It's Not Too Late! 

 

There Is Still Time! 

 
 
 

It's not too late to join us and AAPR NH for the Encore Entrepreneur Event to learn how to put your business dream into action. 

The forum will feature five well-seasoned business professionals presenting on different topics regarding business owning for entrepreneurs over 50. 

Meet our presenters: 

  • Huge Curly: Huge joined the Concord office of the SBA in 2009 with over twenty years experience in the area of Economic and Business Development. He serves as an Economic Development Specialist and is involved in marketing SBA products and services to business owners, lenders, and economic development officials throughout the state. 
  • MaryAnn Manoogian: MaryAnn comes to the CWBA with over 25 years of leadership and nonprofit management experience. She spent eight of those years in state government where she served as a policy advisor and represented the interests of three New Hampshire governors. 
  • Kerry Pfrimmer: Kerry serves as the New Hampshire District Director for SCORE. He is an award-winning senior executive advancing from the ranks of sales and marketing into general and executive management. His 30+ year career has spanned small businesses into specialty retail, automotive and recreational product segments and senior executive roles at startup, middle-market and Fortune 500 companies, including DuPont and GE. 
  • Pattie Hayes: Pattie launched Compass Care Family Solutions in 2013 to coach families on negotiating the complex maze of senior care options and resources. She earned a B.S.. from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles and has shared her experience and talents with many community organizations. 
  • Jamie Bulen: Jamie is the Associate Director for Communications and has guided AARP New Hampshire's communications and public relations since 2002. She also manages AAPR's multi-year campaigns related to Work@50+, wise use of medicine, and frauds/scams. 

If owning or growing a small business is going to be the next chapter in your life, you do not want to miss this event.

When: Tuesday, September 30th 5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Where: SNHU Hospitality Center 2500 N River Rd Manchester NH 03106

This is a free event but we ask that you register. (Space is limited).

Sponsored by: