C2FO Announces Speakers for 2014 Working Capital Summit

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Co-CEO of Whole Foods Market Walter Robb and Former Cabinet Member Karen Mills to Keynote

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C2FO, the world’s market for working capital®, announced today the keynote speaker line up for its 2014 Working Capital Summit. Held in Orlando, Florida on October 20-22, the C2FO Working Capital Summit will convene an exclusive group of Global 1000 finance leaders and analysts to discuss the current state of the working capital system and exchange best practices.

Keynote speakers include Walter Robb, Co-CEO of Whole Foods, who will discuss the Value of Conscious Capitalism and its importance on the way businesses of all sizes operate, as well as Karen Mills, Senior Fellow at the Harvard Business School and 23rd Administrator of the US Small Business Administration, who will discuss The Challenge of Financing and Lending for Small and Medium Sized Businesses.

“On any given day there is $40 trillion of Accounts Receivable on the books of businesses across the globe, and only $2-3 trillion of traditional working capital finance to help fund that $40 trillion need,” said Sandy Kemper, Chairman and CEO of C2FO. “At this year’s Working Capital Summit financial leaders across the public and private sectors will have meaningful debate and discussions on the current state of the financial markets and explore what it truly means to make working capital work.”

The Forum will feature a series of sessions that explore areas of conflict and common ground for participants and include a panel on The Current State of Financial Markets moderated by Financial Ops’s Editor-in-Chief, Diane Sears with featured panelists, Karen Mills and Darren Herrmann, EVP and Corporate Treasurer, UMB Financial.

For more information about C2FO, visit http://www.C2FO.com.

About C2FO®:
C2FO is the world's market for working capital® and risk-free profit. C2FO is the only working capital exchange that allows companies to optimize their working capital positions in a live, bid/ask environment. Companies across the globe use C2FO to increase their operating income while simultaneously producing vital working capital flows to their supply chain. C2FO is Collaborative Cash Flow Optimization.

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