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Access to Capital Panel (left to right): Stephen Monroe, Managing Partner, Liquid Alternative Financing; Paul Taylor, Director, Mayor's Office of Minority and Women-Owned Businesses; Timothy Smoot, Senior Vice President/CFO, Meridian Management Group; Stanley Arnold, Senior VP, Harbor Bank; George Koste, Executive Director, Maryland Capital Enterprise, Inc.; and Ramsey Harris, Vice President of East Territory, PNC Bank. Everett Sands, President and CEO of Lendistry (podium) was facilitator of the Access to Capital 2.0 Small Business Workshop.

Access to Capital Panel (left to right): Stephen Monroe, Managing Partner, Liquid Alternative Financing; Paul Taylor, Director, Mayor's Office of Minority and Women-Owned Businesses; Timothy Smoot, Senior Vice President/CFO, Meridian Management Group; Stanley Arnold, Senior VP, Harbor Bank; George Koste, Executive Director, Maryland Capital Enterprise, Inc.; and Ramsey Harris, Vice President of East Territory, PNC Bank. Everett Sands, President and CEO of Lendistry (podium) was facilitator of the Access to Capital 2.0 Small Business Workshop.

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Access to Capital Event Draws Business Leaders, Entrepreneurs

The Baltimore Times, Times Community Services, Inc. and Lendistry were hosts to “Access to Capital 2.0 Small Business Workshop,” an event that drew various community business leaders and entrepreneurs to the Reginald F. Lewis Museum on Saturday, June 16, 2018.