Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) August 17, 2007 - Noble Finances, a provider of non-
debt cash flow solutions, to present at Atlanta Regional MEDweek conference 2007.
Since 1983, the Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week observances have been held to recognize and honor minority business enterprises (MBEs) and the organizations that support them. The U.S. Department of Commerce's Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) in collaboration with the U.S. Small Business Administration's (SBA) Office of Government Contracting and Business Development organize the activities.
The national MEDweek conference will be held in September in Washington, DC. Atlanta's regional celebrations began this week. Access to Capital is a concern and challenge to small and minority businesses. On Monday afternoon, August 20, 2007, at 2:30 pm a workshop on that topic will be held at the SBA-Georgia District Office. See http://www.medweek.gov/ for more information.
Sandra Noble, president of Noble Finances, is pleased to have the opportunity to speak on alternative financing. "I attend a lot of business financing workshops and notice that alternate solutions like factoring are never mentioned." Noble says. "Smaller and minority business often do not qualify for banks loans, so they need to know about other options - ways to get cash without incurring debt."
After tapping into friends and family for financial support, factoring, equipment leasing, credit card sales advances and even pre-lawsuit funding may be considered. The goal is to get the cash and working capital a business needs to survive, to grow and to meet