Cash Management Fundamentals with Robert Killen
March 5, 2020 @ 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Cash is King! Come learn the fundamentals of cash management. Dinner is included.
Join the 2020 Pre-Accelerator Cohort for the first hour of their
3 month program for this 7-part open workshop series.
Come join us!
Ariel Ruben is the dedicated Venture Catalyst for Florence & Coburg. In this role, she supports regional entrepreneurs by connecting them to strategic resources for launching and scaling high-growth business ventures, including mentor connections, educational and training programs, and access to capital.
These free resources are made possible by partnerships with The City of Florence, Lane County, The Ford Family Foundation, the Collins Foundation, Oregon Pacific Bank, the USDA, the Florence Maker Space and others.
Oregon RAIN wants everyone to feel welcomed and comfortable at our events. Please contact Ariel Ruben ([masked]) if there are any accommodations that we can make for you that will encourage your participation. Depending on the event type, these accommodations may include things such as: captioning, reserved front row seating, large print, advance copy of slides to be projected or wheelchair access for building, bathroom or working tables. For a more complete list of accommodations please visit our website. https://www.oregonrain.org/about/dei-statement/
WHAT IS OREGON RAIN?
Oregon RAIN is a nonprofit organization run by experienced entrepreneurs that offer free support to rural entrepreneurs, businesses, and local investors.
HOW DO WE HELP?
RAIN connects entrepreneurs & businesses with resources that include: programs, training, people, mentors, connection to financial opportunities & physical assets. We’re always available for one-on-one free consulting. Come to one of our events to say hi!
WHY DO WE HELP?
RAIN’s goal is to build strong business communities that encourage
the growth of rural economies and create job opportunities.
If you would like to find out more about Oregon RAIN visit us at
www.oregonrain.org and follow us on Facebook @oregonrain.org