07.22.2012 - Capital Markets
Pacific Community Ventures (PCV) is a San Francisco based non-profit whose mission is to help small businesses grow and prosper, creating jobs in low income communities throughout the Bay Area and Southern California.
05.30.2012 - Banquet Of Life
On June 6th Pacific Community Ventures will hold its annual Marketplace showcasing 40 Bay Area companies that have blossomed as a result of its Business Advising program. Come and celebrate the entrepreneurs that have created these thriving businesses.
05.19.2012 - Capital Markets
The Keiretsu Forum’s Angel Capital Expo is one of the largest events in the angel capital community and regularly draws over 300 accredited investors and entrepreneurs. The following companies will present at the May 24th program.
05.01.2012 - Banquet Of Life
Ten food and beverage companies have been selected from more than 30 applicants to make presentations to accredited investors at the third annual Food & Beverage Investor Fair on May 10, 2012 beginning at 3:30 PM at the Hotel Nikko in San Francisco.
04.22.2012 - Banquet Of Life
Kicking off the Food & Beverage Investor Fair on May 10, 2012 will be the Food & Beverage Investment Forum arranged by Greyrock Capital Group and Green Tree Capital. Forum participants, which include two* serial food & beverage entrepreneurs, will provide insights and perspectives as to the “best practices” for raising growth capital.
03.15.2012 - Banquet Of Life
Bay Area food & beverage entrepreneurs should make a point of participating in the third annual Food & Beverage Investor Fair that will be held at the Hotel Nikko in San Francisco from 3:30 PM to 7:00 PM on May 10, 2012.
02.28.2012 - Money Matters
On February 7, 2012 I was privileged to Chair the program “Boring Bay Area Banks Bring Home the Bacon” on behalf of the Association for Corporate Growth – San Francisco.
Despite significant headwinds, Bank of Marin and California Bank of Commerce have thrived during the last several years. The CEOs shared with a record audience how they managed to steadily grow net income, deposits and loan portfolios by sticking to the basics of banking – taking deposits and lending to middle market companies.
01.25.2012 - Money Matters
It has often been said that history repeats itself. Indeed it does. Most people have forgotten about the Savings and Loan crisis of the late 1980′s. Although it pales in comparison in many ways it was a precursor to the 2008 financial crisis.